About Me

Hi! I’m nathan wentworth, I make video games and websites. I like using vanilla/ES6 JavaScript, Unity C#, and Python. Recently I’ve been into making CLI tools and server-side web apps.

I’m interested in design, open source software, minimalism, fashion, and human-focused technology. I like fun music, video games, and taking photos.

Currently working for FableVision Studios.

Feel free to email me or talk to me on twitter! Follow updates on this site with RSS: posts, projects, and recommendations.

Things I Like






Recent toots

  • i guess i'm an i3 person now

  • i love the sonic trailer, i'm going to see it the day it comes out

  • got forza horizon to work! just had to completely reinstall windows from scratch

  • turkeys in the yard!

  • now it won't even download the game! give me back my dollar, microsoft!

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Recent Bookmarks

  • How Migrants New to Paris Express Themselves Through Style

    In France, I am free to dress how I like.

  • Durable Design « blarg?

    You only get to run the camera about two-thirds as long, sure. But long after they’ve stopped making those custom batteries or supporting the device itself, the fact of the matter is: you can still run it at all. It may not be the best thing around, but it’s also not in a landfill. It still does everything it said it would; my kids can make movies with it and they’re good fun. It didn’t suddenly become junk just because the people who made it aren’t around anymore.

  • The Bourne Aesthetic « blarg?

    I spend a lot of time thinking about design now, not in terms of shapes and materials but in terms of the values and principles it embodies, and it’s painfully obvious when those values are either deeply compromised or (more typically) just not visible at all.

  • Alt-texts: The Ultimate Guide - Axess Lab

    This post contains everything you need to know about alt-texts! When to use them and how to perfectly craft them.

  • AirPods Are a Tragedy

    But in truth, AirPods are a symbol of wealth. They’re physical manifestations of a global economic system that allows some people to buy and easily lose $160 headphones, and leaves other people at risk of death to produce those products. If AirPods are anything, they’re future fossils of capitalism.

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