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Rudd Fawcett

Freelance Developer and Designer

Rudd is a sophomore studying graphic design and Chinese at Yale College. He’s been developing for both mobile and the web for seven years, primarily working with startups. He graduated from Phillips Academy in 2018.

Apps

Chineasy Story Builder reinventing how stories are told and how language is learned

My Pebble Faces search for watchfaces, apps, and games for your Pebble smart watch

PraisePop add to a live feed of positivity within your community

Study Savior find peer tutors on campus

Websites

freylabs.com digital product studio working with companies who want to build the future

glyphish.com great icons for mobile apps

infinite.net mit's only arts and fashion magazine

csnyc.org various projects for the New York City Foundation for Computer Science Education

busy.cm new way to discover apps, products, brands, and more

phillipian.net various projects for an independent student newspaper

xuerui.com interactive learning modules for Chinese

paschedul.es crowdsourced course scheduling

Open Source

Notepad themeable markdown editor with live syntax highlighting

polideo.net formula for predicting political affiliation

Keyboard toolbar for iOS applications

Beamy send data between unconnected devices using Bluetooth

Design

Juke social listening for the modern party

Posters for conference on accessibility in design and development

News Cycle photo essay on Chernobyl nuclear disaster

Mao in Exhibition self published book

Column visual arts publication at Yale College

Charticons icon library for charts and graphs

Rhythm & Blues editorial poster

Helvetica Frequence redrawn experimental typeface

中国打印 (Printed in China) self initiated piece for exhibition in Beijing

Data Visualization

Survey data of 1.000 high school students

Charting the most popular songs over time using Billboard and Spotify data

Fifty most frequent non-stopwords of the Unabomber Manifesto

Mapping the world’s endangered languages

Most dominant colors from all of Vincent van Gogh’s work

Comparison of survey data between two high schools