Usability, affordance and grannies in Vegas. On mobile phones.
Observations on gender, feminism and harrassment.
You can transform your ordinary browser into a lush 3D world with one click. Why should you care?
Exploring the outer limits: on the nature of infinity, continuity and convergence.
A tale of numbers that like to turn: a different look at complex numbers and the strange things they do.
Presentation-quality math with Three.js and WebGL.
In which I make a creepy disembodied head in your browser.
If the world is going to end in 2012, Acko.net will at least go out in style: I've redesigned.
I couldn't resist making a demo for the JS1K contest. So I pulled out my bag of tricks from my Winamp visualization days.
In this multi-part series I try to make a procedural planet generator that runs on the GPU.
I designed a 'farewell' page for Leuven Speelt, a student theater group run by friends.
A thorough breakdown of the thorny problem of handling textual data on and around the web.
An easy-to-use, compact jQuery color picker.
AVS was a music visualizer that shipped with Winamp, popular in the early 2000s. I made lots of visuals for it.
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