tlk.io is a simple web chat. The idea was to create an open chat without having to signup or login. Chat channels are owner-free and you can invite new people by sharing the URL. The coding is done by the great @antstorm, I did the design.
It’s just a start, there’re lots of ideas how it could get improved. But for now.. Happy tlk.ing..!
Update: We added an option to login with Twitter. This will add avatars and users identities are more clear.
The Cursor Monster is a little CSS3/JS toy that you can play around with. To hide the cursor once the monster eats it, you can use this CSS:
But be careful, it can be super confusing if you abuse it.
Update: Apparently Chrome will disable it in a future release, so enjoy while you can.
The Letter-Heads is a Firefox 4 demo that lets you experience interactive shadow art. Meet different characters made with letters and text-shadow. Animated with CSS3+JS. It’s mainly inspired by shadow artist Kumi Yamashita.
My role: Concept, Art direction, Illustration, Design and Code.
Shitty Day is a side project I created just for fun. It searches for Tweets from people that write about their shitty day. The results can be seen in a fun way (toilet paper roll) and users get encouraged to send back some love. You might even could argue that it will have a therapeutic effect (you’re not alone with your shitty day).
First I intended doing everything in Flash, but then I thought it’s a good chance to play around with some CSS3, jQuery and the Twitter API. And a lot of fixed PNGs to let only the paper roll scroll. Watch the making of video.