Selected works by John Maeda
Updated Jan 30, 2016



old-fashioned books from 2011 and way back to 2000 …





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reduce 2007
Text Squeezer

misspell 2007

riflemaker 2007
Maeda: MySpace.

fondation_cartier 2005
John Maeda: Nature.

imda 1997
Tangram typeface.

sony3 1998
Sony Online 3rd anniversary.

jeans 1997
Jeans pattern generator.

cyberpoinsettia 1997
Winter flower greetings.

cyberasagao 1997
Create a spring card.

cyberorchid 1996
Grow an orchid design.

rapid_roulette 1998
Spin round-n-round.

number_racer 1998
Drive through a minute.

chasing_sakura 1998
Catch the flower petals.

do_re_mi-chi 1998
Horizontally careful maze.

orbit_calendar 1997
Numbers in orbit.

line_calendar 1997
Zoom through time.

flora_calendar 1997
Dance with a flower.

hanabi_calendar 1997
Typographic fireworks.

umiaki_calendar 1997
Fall meets the sea.

snow_calendar 1997
Snowflake round and round.

animemo 1993
Simple animation tool.

linear_way 2005
Linear Way debuts in London Jan 2005.

morigolf 2001
Multiplayer game of kanji-golf.

moriwater 2001
Bobbing pond of letters.

design_by_numbers 1999
Programming for visual folks.

maedamedia 2001
480-page retrospective. 1999
The world's longest line.

robot_draw 2003
Robot doing work for me.

realm 1998
Paper promotional piece.

reactive_books 2004
The origins of reactive graphics.

chadants 2004
Chads remind me of ants.

samsung 2004
Online Samsung Brand Showcase.

moritree 2001
Tree of letters and letters.

time_graphics 1995
Early essay on time graphics.

reactive_graphics 1995
Early essay on reactive graphics.

metadesigning 1995
Early essay on meta-designing.


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What is this site?  

I built this site around 2005 (you can still see my desk from way back then). Thanks for visiting this site and for clicking on some really creaky old links. Some of them still work! And I'm trying to slowly update what's here to join the responsive web world ... Best regards, -JM