Off On My Own!

Lots of change recently!

The past year I’ve been working at Visere, where we’ve done some fantastic work for the team at Unstuck (even winning two Webbys!) and Jawbone, among others. In fact, the team at Jawbone was so happy with our work that they decided to acquire Visere outright and bring the team on full time, and I’ve decided to take that opportunity to branch out on my own once again. It’s been nearly 5 years since Jotlet, and I’m eager to get back into the game at the ground level.

These past few years my head has been slowly filling with new ideas and new apps that I’m eager to build. I’ve already started work on two new iOS apps that I’ll be revealing over the next few months. I’m also getting back into Here, File File! development, which I’m extremely excited about. No one on the team has ever been able to devote full time to the project, so I’m bullish that we can finally make significant updates to the app. Last, I’m just happy that I’ll have time to spend on Columnizer and Jotbook again – just some fun small projects to keep the mind working.

And the best news?! I’ve moved back to the great state of Texas! Since I’m working for myself now, we’re able to move back home and be much closer to family. Instead of $2000 in plane tickets and a 6 hour travel time, we’re a mere 20 minute drive from both sets of parents. Cailyn can finally see her grandparents on a regular basis, which is just awesome for everyone.

First steps: pull this site out of the rubble heap and get it cleaned up, get Columnizer updated, get demos prepped for the two iOS apps i’m working on, and get something brand-spanking-new released in 6 months. Wish me luck! 🙂

20 thoughts on “Off On My Own!

  1. Congrats on the lifestyle changes Adam, sounds great. I’m a big fan of Columnizer, there still is nothing else like it around. And I would like to put in a plug for the Insert Column Break feature if you’re not sure where to pick up 😉

  2. Hi, I came across your site looking for a plug in to display data graphically. I’ve been trying to do what I want with Formidable pro, but the graphing capabilities don’t allow filtering, so would have to create separate databases for each building’s data (I am trying present a simple chart of energy use data for multiple buildings and multiple owners). Anyway, I like what you show for welcometoyourdata; I would just like to apply it to a custom data set rather than wordpress or site statistics.
    please contact me if you’d might be able to help with this, thanks!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *