Get your art career organized! MFArtist will help you organize your artworks, your contacts, and your exhibitions. All of the info you add to MFArtist is automatically synced between all of your iOS devices, and is also backed up on our servers. You can login to www.mfartist.com to privately browse and edit your data on the web. Download MFArtist on the iOS App Store today!
Spimr is a web app that’s designed to help the dumb stuff of the world get a little closer to its full potential. The goal is to transform everyday objects into spimes. Spimr is currently a work in progress. If you don’t know what a spime is, you can read about them in the book Shaping Things by Bruce Sterling, the man who invented the word spime. Spimr is also an experiment in contemporary web technologies.
Now available from Meatfreezer Apps, MyWork is an iOS app that provides a kanban-style interface to Pivotal Tracker. What is kanban you ask? Kanban is very simple way to manage a bunch of tasks. Everything goes into three categories: unstarted, in-progress, and done. Traditionally in kanban, we want to be actively doing as few things at the same time as possible. The idea is to complete a large, complicated project by focusing your attention on bite-sized chunks of it, one chunk at a time.
Fear of Fog is an experiment in geocaching, virtual reality and story-based gaming. It was developed by Alex Shepard while a graduate student at San Francisco Art Institute. Fear of Fog is a role-playing/adventure game that takes place in the city of San Francisco, California, USA. It is inspired by, and an homage to, the role playing games that I played with my brother on our Apple //c in the 1980s, and by the text-based MUDs and MUSHes that I found on the Internet in the 1990s.