David DeSandro

Designer, developer running Metafizzy

Alexandria, VA

Masonry

Cascading grid layout library

Masonry in use

Isotope

Filter & sort magical layouts

M 16
C 8
J 3
F 7
N 2
B 13
E 1
I 10
P 14
A 6
O 11
H 12
G 9
Q 4
D 5
L 15

Isotope in use

Flickity

Touch, responsive, flickable galleries

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Flickity in use

Packery

Gap-less, draggable layout library

Drag me

Packery in use

Other projects

Cub n Pup

Puzzle game demo. 60 levels to play.

Cub n Pup puzzle game

Huebee

One-click color picker

Huebee - 1-click color picker

Logos

Logo Pizza

Metafizzy

Bower

Various

Shepherd logo

Shepherd

Australian shepherd alternate logo

Australian shepherd alternate logo

RGB Schemes logo

RGB Schemes, a VR gaming start-up. Logo can be rendered as 3D object for VR.

Goodfoot logo

Goodfoot

Twitter

Flight wordmark

Flight framework wordmark

Flight wordmark

Flight logo

Macaw Swift

Macaw Swift. The muse may or may not be Taylor Swift.

Summingbird

Summingbird. ∑ is the symbol for sum. Spot it?

Hackweek 2013 Q2
Hackweek 2013 Q3

Refactor

Halftone & pixel portraits

These portraits are an ongoing project I've been working on for years. It’s inspired by (or a derivative of) Chuck Close.

I’m fascinated by how you can simplify an image and still make sense of it. Faces work best as our brains have special programming for facial recognition. Taking an image of someone, you can reduce it to a handful of shapes and colors and still recognize the person.

When you look up close, it’s a bunch of meaningless circles and squares. When you step back and view it all, you can’t help but see the person. Not just see them, but also notice details and imperfections. All from simplistic pieces. What’s really there?

The universe is like this at both ends of its scale. The space inside an atom is mostly nothing. The space in between stars is mostly nothing. But when you view these elementary pieces together, you see something interesting.

Photo by luke chan. Made with Breathing halftone. Licensed CC-BY-NC-SA. 2014.

Gavin pixelated

Photo by Troy Holden. Made with Close Pixelate. 2010.

Stanley pixelated

Photo by Troy Holden. Made with Close Pixelate. 2010.

Self portrait pixelated

Self portrait. 2015.

CodePen

Drag, resize, collapse editor panels

nclud.com v3

Front-end development

2012 Year on Twitter

Front-end development

Speaking

Blogs

Writing

Favorites

Web presence

Contact

Please use GitHub issues for support for Masonry, Isotope, Flickity, or my other projects. Sorry, but I am not available for personal support.