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dot CORE

.CORE is a minimalistic theme for the Android goSMS messaging app. The idea was to create a cohesive neutral blending theme. .CORE goes into the background by using subtle colors and dots to unify without being redundant and annoying.

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Get By Post Type

getByPostType is a tumblr app that I created as a personal project to find tumblr posts by their post type. It was created purely with CSS3 and jQuery. No images here! It is definitely interesting to see what could be pulled off.

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Singer One

singer one was a project done in 2010 to redesign sewing machine—one of the first machine designed in order to hide its industrial nature to fit a certain environment: the household. The design is much more boxy and clean than current and older sewing machine to reflect the current design trend. Integration with other household/personal items and a digital interface makes this sewing machine future proof and unique.

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Con-forM

Just for fun, I attempted to copy some of the most popular trend in photo manipulation. From the diagonal lines, the mountain range, to the hot-air balloon, there are definitely a lot of trends I used. And hey, it works!

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CYMK

CYMK was a wordpress theme I did for my blog, previously named novus.volce. It was the second experiment with CSS borders and transparency, back when it was less common and  more experimental (and you had to use ie-pngfix). Continue reading

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Print Digital

A short lived wordpress theme I did playing with the idea of printing. Sort of ironic, since this is what digital is supposed to replace. Yup hipster since a kid.  Continue reading

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Color in Yellow and Blue

My earliest experiment with transparency. Again, back when ie-pngfix was required, and ie6 was the bane of all designer. The transparency is used to divide the sections as it stack up–creating a sort of chronological divide through transparency.  Continue reading