An assortment of icons made for various apps over the years. From the voluptuous gradients and modeling of OS X Leopard, to the subtle and blurry transparency of Yosemite, I’ve enjoyed drawing it all.
RadBlock is a Safari extension that efficiently gets rid of advertisements, trackers, and other annoyances. I had the great honor to design and make the logo, icons, website and some of the UI.
I forked TextMate with the aim of making the bottom toolbars meld better with the text area and sidebar, then got carried away and drew new icons, made a dynamic dark theme that accounts for Desktop Tinting, and did lots of other little things.
For the past 6 years, I’ve led the design of Chrome for iOS/iPadOS, striving to make it a great browser and a respectable platform citizen. There is still much to be done, but it’s come a long way…
While working on version 3 of Linkinus, I found myself constantly wondering how my source list template icons would look when rendered by the system (circa OS X 10.8), so I designed a simple app that would show me.
I love Vim, and I love native text editors, so when Vico came on my radar, I jumped in and started contributing designs. Of particular interest to me were the completions and command bar interfaces.
What follows are wares I threw during my time in university. I considered changing majors and dreamed of one day being a studio potter. I guess there is still time…