Hi, I'm Ross. A product designer, full-stack engineer, and systems thinker that loves making things for the web.
I started my career running a screenprinting stationery company printing all kinds of fun products out of a 1-bedroom apartment in NYC. I worked as a hand-lettering artist, illustrator, and print designer for a while before trading paper for pixels and moving to San Francisco to become a product designer.
These days I split my time between being a Principal Design Technologist at Splunk and tinkering with app development. I like French Bulldogs, cryptocurrency, and my Aprilia RS 660. If you let me too close to your closet I'll organize it.
Cryptocons is an open-source library of cryptocurrency SVG icons, React components, and utility functions that make it easier to jumpstart your next cryptocurrency project.
Link Roamer is a free and open-source browser extension for finding, organizing, inspecting, bookmarking, grouping, and exporting all the links on a page. It's pretty good at finding redirects and broken links, too.
SVG Gobbler is a browser extension that finds the vector content on the page you're viewing and gives you the option to download, optimize, copy, view the code, or export it as an image. Proud to say there are over 20k people gobbling SVGs with this extension.
A fun little web app for accurately calculating the dollar amount of regret you should feel for not investing in cryptocurrency sooner.
Online Stationery Business
55 Hi's was a company I owned and operated for several years that closed up shop in 2014. The claim to fame was making a card that turned into a shot glass. Though the business is now defunct, I leave the website up because it gives a good glimpse into how effective I am at writing bad jokes.
A short walkthrough of setting up CSS-in-JS theming functionality with Stitches and Remix leveraging SSR color-scheme preferences.
The first post in a running series where I catalog my favorite discoveries of the past quarter. Primarily apps, books, programming tools, and a sprinkle of every-day-carry.
A beginner’s journey to discovering the different methods and resources available for staking Eth2.
My iterative set of standards for building and maintaining empowering design systems.
Practical tactics for writing helpful design system documentation.