I’ve written for (and been featured in) many magazines, mostly in the tech industry. I wrote a monthly column for every issue of Tap! magazine (December 2010 – July 2013), reviewed OS X Lion for The Guardian, and have contributed to MacUser UK, The Loop Magazine, .net magazine and more.
I’ve written over half a million words on this blog since September 2002. You can view a list of my own favourite articles. I’m currently working on a novel.
Formerly, I was a software engineer and usability consultant – and I’m still interested in technology and software development as a hobby.
I’m passionate about intuitive design, multi-touch interfaces, human-focused software, and accessibility. If you are too, you might enjoy this list of my favourite books on those topics.
I’ve released a large amount of iOS and Mac source code, which has been used in hundreds of apps.
I’ve also released a few apps of my own: Favorites for iPhone (speed-dial with style), Shady for Mac (dim your screen to soothe tired eyes), and Sticky Notifications for Mac (quick and easy on-screen reminders via Notification Center or Growl).
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My last name is pronounced “Geh-mul”, with a hard G like “golf”, not like “gemstone”. Emphasis is on the first syllable.↩