At some point during my design career I decided to start building things for myself instead of only building things for clients. Here are some of those things. Thank you in advance for your generous support. 😉
Flowkit is a tool that I created for myself out of shear frustration. Drawing lines and end points in Sketch is way bigger of a pain than it should be, especially if you just want to show a quick flow for an app feature. That's why I over-engineered the ever-loving-crap out of this. Now we never have to worry about drawing those lines again.
Having accessible interfaces is kind of a big deal and it usually starts with proper contrast between your text foreground and background color. This is a handy little Mac menu bar app that allows you to test your interface contrast quickly.
Intro to Icons
A while back, Adobe invited me to teach a few workshops at Adobe MAX. I received great feedback and decided to turn the workshop into a quick little FREE video course.
Several years ago, I used Illustrator almost exclusively for all of my UX design, wireframes, flows, etc. I made a really really in depth course that outlines my entire process for designing a big responsive site's wireframes. If Illustrator is your thing, this is definitely for you. Because it's a few years old, I've added a nice discount, but it'll be gone soon.
I've got more design courses in the pipeline, but if there's something you'd love to see produced, let me know!