The Inter font family
Inter is a font family for highly legible text on computer screens. It’s open source and free to use in almost any way imaginable.
Introduction to WebAssembly
WebAssembly is a new technology for running portable programs in a safe and efficient manner, represented by a low-level virtual-machine assembly, primarily aimed at the web platform. This article gives a practical introduction to WebAssembly.
Components in Figma
By bringing concepts like composition, inheritance and unlimited overrides from engineering to design, Components move Figma closer to a world where we are able to easily reason about design systems as we go about our day to day work.
Gotalk exists to make it easy for programs to talk with one another over the internet, like a web app coordinating with a web server, or a bunch of programs dividing work amongst eachother.
The 1950s called and wanted their toolbox back
Your favourite fancy-pants modern programming language is from the 1950s. Pretty much any programming language used today is a derivative of Fortran or Lisp, both born in the 1950s. Okay, reality check: It’s 2013—yes, 60 years later—and we have cars that drive themselves on the street, robots roaming the surface of alien planets and tiny networked devices with interactive surfaces that we keep in our pockets, which are orders of magnitude more powerful than the computers of the 1950s.
Sol — a sunny little virtual machine
During this weekend, together with a few evenings earlier this week, I created a rather simple virtual machine dubbed Sol, after the Swedish word for sun. It’s register based with multitasking and timers.
Factorial and Fib in Hue
The “Hello World” of functional programming, result type inference, and multiple implementations in Hue
Hue — a functional programming language for fun & play
One of my latest hobby projects that didn’t die after a week — a functional programming language where everything’s an expression.
PeerTalk — hug it out over USB
A small iOS and OS X Cocoa library for communicating over USB and TCP
Designing a modern web-based application — Dropular.net
One and a half years ago me and Andreas released a new version of dropular.net — a new kind of web app that runs completely in the browser. Today, this approach to designing web-based applications running client-side has become popular, so I thought I’d share some of the issues, approaches and design choices made during the development of Dropular.
An update on the programming language Move
3 months at Facebook
Spotify box by Jordi Parra
Fellow designer Jordi Parra recently finished his masters degree project “Spotify box” — a beautiful little radio-like device which plays music through the Spotify platform. What’s really neat about Jordi’s Spotify box—except from its gorgeous design—is that it brings back the physical interaction with music as an object, but adjusted to the 21st century. A playable item is represented by a small token, conveying a link by wireless RFID technology.
Move — a programming language
As I’m very interested in human-computer interaction, programming languages and the act of looking at things from a wider perspective, I decided to design a programming language. First, I scribbled down some key points:
Why I wrote a programmer's text editor
In mid August 2010 I left Spotify to eventually work for Facebook in California. However, as the US Visa process is apparently not the simplest of constructions I’ve been having a sort of involuntary (but much appreciated) vacation.