I'm a Creative Technologist at Google and like to create things with equal parts design & code.
The more I learn from these disciplines, the more I appreciate how similar their processes are.
More importantly, I've come to realise that the most significant results are cultivated in the space where these two meet.
This blog delves into this concept.
I also speak occasionally on subjects related to the modern browser - for enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Developed initially for an internal hackathon, this simple game offers the user two ways of playing – the first is a traditional mouse follow and the second uses device orientation (currently enabled on the latest Chromium build) [Update ~ 23.11.10: Also enabled in the latest version of Chrome]. Also in use is the browser’s localStorage to keep a persistent record of the users highest score. The interface has been designed with standard HTML & CSS3 plus a web font called “Yanone Kaffeesatz” made available through the Google font directory.