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What Kevin is doing now
I’m in Melbourne, Australia working on:
- Subform, a CAD-inspired UI design tool that I’m building with @ryanlucas
- Datatron, a recognition-based, information-dense computer interface to end the tyranny of GUI windows, tabs, and useless hierarchy
I’m currently not working on (but may pick up later):
- Designing a workshop: I decided to postpone a summer 2017 build to focus on Subform
- Speaking at conferences: After 20+ talks across 8 countries, I’m taking a break
- Artisanal cell phone: I have a working prototype, but am currently stuck on aesthetic challenges
I update this section on a monthly basis. Last updated: 2018 Feb 1.
- Subform (formerly “BoxBox”), a digital design tool (2015 June–present)
- Moneyhawk, an experimental financial tracker that I built with Nicki Vance (2017 Jan –present)
- Phonetron, an artisinal milled walnut + leather cell phone (2014 July–2015 May)
- Denizen, a user management service (2014 August–2015 June)
- Difftron, an image-diffing integration testing tool (2014 June–2014 October)
- Variance, a grammar of graphics-based HTML data visualization library (2014 April–2015 December)
- Weathertron, another iOS weather app (2013 June–present)
- The DevOp, guides/software for computering hygiene (2013 March–present)
- Weather Table, an iOS weather app (2012 December–2013 June)
- C2, a ClojureScript data visualization library (2012 March–2016 March)
- See my Github homepage for a comprehensive list of my open source work
Woodworking / Architecture projects
- Stool-a-thon, a month-long celebration of stools + using up scrap lumber (2017 July)
- Workshop, designing and building a workshop (2016 July–2017 April)
- LSL cabinet, exposed framing meets in-wall storage (2016 May)
- Laser-cut tetrominoes, an excuse to learn SolidWorks (2015 January–2015 February)
- Looking at a Volvo, thoughts on a $50k station wagon