Author Archives: Matt


This website is now an archive of my blog from 2010 – 2017. For the latest updates on my professional career and projects please reach out via the following links: Best wishes and thanks for reading, Matt

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Google, Facebook, Banks, Blockchain, WTF is Happening?

I haven’t been posting on Facebook in a while and I have never written something like this on my blog but here we go. Trust A lot of issues regarding Facebook’s walled gardens and Google’s projects (AMP and others) have spurred regular people to start considering their online behavior. This is a good thing. As […]

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Introduction to Web and Information Design

I just finished teaching a course on the fundamentals of web and general information design. We focused on the principles of user experience, visual fundamentals such as gestalt principles and introduced the students to the wonderful world of frontend web design. Find out more here:

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Mobile Web Application Design and Development

Recently I taught a course on mobile applications using modern web technologies. We covered topics such as: touch, accelerometer, location, audio, viewport, angular js, react js and more, all using HTML CSS and JS. Check it out here:

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Audio and Visual Signal Processing in JavaScript

I recently taught a course in audio and visual programming and decided to use Javascript as the language. We explored the canvas, transformations, pixel manipulations, filters, kernels, the web audio api, pass filters and more. Take a look here:

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Center image vertically and horizontally, CSS and jQuery a.k.a. image lightbox

In my opinion you should use libraries rather than role your own solution, but I came across this Stackoverflow question and couldn’t resist rolling my own lightweight, lightbox implementation. Here is a link and to my jsFiddle where the magic happens. Check out the results:

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Socualizer – Social Media Visualizer

    Socualizer is a product I’ve been developing for the past 3 months with the goal of integrating Social Media streams with high-end, club / concert grade visuals. The end result will be a turn-key, brandable, social media visualizer, with a powerful dashboard to control the streams and entire visual experience. Technically, Socualizer is […]

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Playground – Multiplayer, Collaborative, Visual Experience for Mobile

Recently I was asked to join Tangible Interaction in developing a Chrome Experiment that used WebRTC, an emerging web technology that enables P2P browser interaction (tabs talking to other tabs), without sending the data over the server. We developed Playground, which enables 5 friends in close proximity (100m) to join a “room” where each player […]

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Code Tabs: Online HTML, JS, CSS, and Processing Editor with TABS

I’ve released an early stage version of my online editor for html, js, css, and processing called “Code Tabs” today. One thing missing from a lot of online editors is the ability to create custom tabs, a pretty essential feature for any project with more than a couple of hundred lines of code. I’ll be […]

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Code Tabs Preview

Simple HTML, CSS, JS, and Processing editor, with TABS! Features: TABS! No other online editor has them! Code hinting (autocomplete suggestions) for above languages Syntax highlighting (obvies…) Selection match highlighting Brace match highlighting Brace / Tag completion BraceĀ / Tag folding Import and use any Javascript library (image ex: three.js) Import or Drag and Drop images […]

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