Developed when the pencil broke while keeping score during a tournament. “Gee, I sure wish there was an app for that!” I thought. Now there is.
There are already a ton of great drawing apps out there for the iPad and iPhone, so why make another? Because my daughter (who was 2 at the time) would accidentally zoom or pan, or have to ask for help changing to a new color.
Realizing the UI and feature set of all the apps I had seen to that point weren't what a toddler needed, KidSlate was born, with it's biggest feature being a complete lack of features.
Easy and simple for kids who just want to draw. Best of all, it's free.
VimTax: A GUI to help make your non-GUI editor pretty. I made this a long time ago, but I still love it.
A million years ago, I went to art school. Recently, attempts have been made to remember how to draw. Some of them even border on success.
Feeling somewhat confident in my drawing, I felt the need to try my hand at digitial painting, where nothing approaching confidence is happening as of yet.