Sketchpad 2.0

UPDATE: Read about Sketchpad 3.0 Introducing a new way to create graphics online. Sketchpad 2.0 is a non-destructive vector & image editor, built in HTML5, that you can start using right now, for free! I/O is for input and output, that means, any drawing you make can be shared, forked, and edited. You can drag and

Presets on Google Developer Live

I recently had the honor to be part of a new series called Presets on Google Developer Live hosted by Paul Irish, and lovingly put together by Louis Grey, Phoebe Peronto amongst other Googlers. We discussed my most popular Chrome Experiments including Color Sphere, Color Piano, as well as my latest project Sketchpad 2.0. Here’s the description of

“Time Traveler” piano song

It’s time to start going out of my comfort zone and pursuing music a bit more! This is a song that I wrote earlier this year for the harpsichord and dulcimer, performed on the electric keyboard, and mastered in Logic. It’s dedicated to my sister, who is living in Tanzania the next few years teaching elementary school.

Sketch Mobile

Sketch Mobile is a drawing app build for mobile browsers; taking advantage of technologies such as multi-touch, the accelerometer, and the gyroscope; providing a fun & novel environment to express yourself in colorful ways ? Sketch Mobile was commissioned by Google as part of the Mobile Chrome Experiments released at Google I/O show in San Francisco.

Color Picker

The latest rendition of the Color Picker “Classic”, themed after Photoshop, GIMP, and other image editors—there are no frills here, it’s a basic Hue, Saturation, Luminance, and Alpha (HSVA) color selector. It works in browsers that support the <canvas> element; Firefox 2+, Safari 3+, Opera 9+, Google Chrome, IE9+. Configuration: size—how large the saturation/luminance area