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A little showcase of some of my work.


Stuff that has its own external URL.

ASCIImoji - ASCII emoticons for the web.

ASCIImoji - ASCII emoticons for the web.

Wouldn’t it be cool if you could get an emoticon like ʕ·͡ᴥ·ʔ just by typing (bear) into any textbox on the web?
Well, ASCIImoji lets you do just that! And unlike most other emoticon packages out there the recipient doesn’t need to install anything extra because the emoticons are just text.

I’ve prepared three different releases to suit all your emoticon needs:
- The Chrome extension automatically enables ASCIImoji on all websites
- The jQuery plugin for easy integration of ASCIImoji into your website
- The plain Javascript source for all other use cases

What would a pirate do?

What would a pirate do?

Imagine this everyday situation: You’re in need of a decision and ask yourself: What would a pirate do? No worries matey, here comes the solution - just spin the wheel and find out!

P.S. Once loaded, it even works when you’re in the Bermuda Triangle offline (great for smarrrtphones).

ponyfac.es - say it with a pony!

ponyfac.es - say it with a pony!

Did you ever feel the urge to express your mood with a pony?
With ponyfac.es, now you can!

ponyfac.es is an online collection of reaction faces centered around the TV show My Little Pony - Friendship is Magic.
Just click on a face, copy it’s URL and send it to your friends!

side projects

All the small things.



An online tool to format file names for TV show episodes in a consistent way.

If you are using a PVR to record series, this is the tool for you.

delicious library templates

Export templates for Delicious Library 3.



A boilerplate HTML5 export template for Delicious Library 3.


For science!

CSS sprite animation

CSS sprite animation

Experiment in creating a simple walking animation with CSS, e.g. for games


For your clicking pleasure.


Measure anything on any webpage. Copy results as valid CSS.

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Take a look at the archive for some of my older work!