I hope you've enjoyed my work1. I do not track users or monetize through advertising. These games and tools were created over the span of eight years, self-financing the time and resources required to design, program, and maintain them.
From Monday to Thursday I make my creative process public in mywork logs. Some days it's a simple demonstration of something I did, others days work brings additional reflection. I enjoy both work and writing and this is a way of making them resonate with each other.
It is in this spirit that I ask for donations, to finance more time to do the things that I love without questions like how am I going to make money out of it shaping the product. It is said that when the product is free, then the user is the product, yetthere has to be another way.
Instead, let us frame your donation as a gift of freedom, one of the highest virtues in my book, and for that I am deeply appreciative of your generosity.
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1María Munuera was an important collaborator in the early days of Method of Action.
Here are some humble ideas that sometimes cross my mind, and I put them forth not as plans, but as possible futures
I admit to the damage I did to the world into misleading the activity of kerning as the act of moving letters in a word. There is no kerning without kerning pairs. It is as if I had to redo this game. Instead of this, the best course of action would be to rename it _The letter spacing game_, and to offer different languages. Mexican kerning pairs... Xochimilco, xoloescuincle, etc. Cyrilic. What other languages are letter-spaced? All of them, you could say. How would you letter-space Mayan? Or hieroglyph?
This is the most popular of the games, with 5,000 visitors per day. I would like to rewrite this game to support too many features to mention, but among them: a categorized library of practice stages which can be completed at leisure, cool animations with your completed paths, uploadable paths to create your own stages and share with students, etc.
Runge is Color Notation System inspired by Phillip Otto Runge's color sphere. The notation system is accompanied by a palette generator. The end result is a robust naming system that allows you to switch between light and dark mode, or even change palettes completely with ease.
Proficient use of the keyboard is a lost art in the age of mobile. How do you forward delete one word without googling? Alt-Delete. The way I imagine it is a caret that jumps, copies, pastes, deletes, selects, and the objective is to must mimic its movements with economical keyboard strokes.