At first I designed keyboards out of need to manage my flaring RSI. But I could have stopped a year ago...
My first foray into the pinky cluster jungle, a magnum opus I can still be proud of from the aesthetic alone. I've since moved on to other keyboard pastures as all cowboys do, but this holds a proud spot in my heart as a personal project that made it to about a dozen countries when I sold and shipped to any daring enough to try it.
The Clog V3
New and improved, and streamlined, the Clog V3 is. All components on the bottom. LDSA keycaps and choc sunset switches. Asymplex thumb keycaps. Heated seats and convertible roof. This is my mainstay at work because it makes no compromises, except for a bit of extra setup time.
The Clog V2
A board that works surprisingly well for all the iterations I made from the prior gen. Besides the newly released pink PCB's, I also used new controllers and brought back the horizontal encoders all in one go. Changing so much at once was nerve-wracking, but a Discord server of nerds gave me all the scrutiny I needed to get it right the first time, free of charge.
"To show you the power of pinky clusters, I sawed this keyboard in half!" And also it looks like a shoe, huh. So yeah, the clog can be soldered together in half an hour or less and will last for years because it's simple and just works (tm). I'd recommend newer iterations at this point, though, so you can benefit from my greater design experience.
The Osprette MX
When you're on the run and wanna grab-and-go, or don't want to set up tripods every time, the Osprette MX is a wonderfully comfortable package that gets months of battery life. This is the closest I've come to a perfect board from a design and ergonomics perspective, and it wins the most used award across all of my designs.
The splitting image of the Osprette MX is my weapon of choice when clacking up a storm at home. The board earns the name of the fan favorite villain by looking good but feeling better. I haven't used the stacked case design since, but I highly recommend it if you want an inexpensive build that feels expensive.
The Fun Size
My first finished design. For an early evolution from the primordial design ooze, I still think it would be a great board to daily if you don't wanna go full pinky cluster (yet). Maybe if enough people bug me for non-cluster boards like this one I'll design another, but what can I say, I know what I like.
Gimme A Board
I build boards of all shapes and sizes, even stuff I didn't design. If you want me to build you a board, or just need some advice on where to start, contact me:
However, all of these boards are open source and MIT licensed! You can just do it yourself, and I won't mind you doing the hard work for me. The Clog V2 README has instructions on how you can order a board yourself.