What I make
This is a new thing I'm dabbling in; I designed the ampersand shirt to the right for a conference talk I give about the history of women in tech, and so many people asked where they could get one that I posted it online (with all proceeds going to Write/Speak/Code).
I've been an avid punner since I was a kid, much to the chagrin of friends, family, partners and colleagues. Most years for Galentine's Day, I craft a batch of wordplay-wrought programming galentines and distribute them to tech friends.
This is a side project inspired by a student I tutored at the YWCA. It's a small, simple way to make finding placeholder text more fun (and little more diverse).
As an insatiable devourer of fantasy/sci-fi, I wanted a way to wear my heart(s) on my sleeve ... or, that is, shirt. This project also allowed me to explore my fascination with the dichotomy of fantasy maps, which invite you to navigate geographically unreachable places. See more pendants here.
For a recent project, I designed cards that blend science and art to let you "read" color. See how it works and learn about grapheme-color synesthesia.
One of my favorite Slack features is the ability to add custom emojis (I've made waaaay too many over the last few years). Here's a collection of some of my favorites, as well as a quick tutorial on how to add any (or all) to a team.