Team Vuo is dedicated to bringing Vuo to you. We want you to have fun and be productive with Vuo, share Vuo with your friends, and help build the Vuo community.
top row, left to right: Jaymie Strecker, Bradley Mellen, Karl Henkel
third row, left to right: Melissa Egan, Matthew Radcliffe
second row, left to right: Travis Moles, Jean Marie Cackowski-Campbell
bottom row: Steve Mokris
Team Vuo is made up of Kosada employees. Read more about the relationship between Kosada and Vuo.
Jaymie Strecker (jstrecker)
Hi! My name is Jaymie and I'm part of Team Vuo. It's my job to work on Vuo's engine, building new parts and tuning it up, and when things aren't working right to go crawling through the Jefferies tubes with my toolbox. I also write a lot of Vuo's documentation and am the person to talk to if you have questions about the SDK. I've been developing apps and frameworks for several years; past projects include Kineme Quartz Composer plugins, iOS apps for education, an app that analyzes photographs of tomato slices, and software to help people with disabilities use talking keyboards. My hope for Vuo is that it will grow into a community of people of lots of different backgrounds making lots of different artistic, useful, unique, goofy, beautiful, crafty, wonderful compositions.
Melissa Egan (mkegan)
One of my favorite aspects of working as a software developer on Team Vuo is the opportunity to contribute to the implementation of the Vuo Editor, which makes the process of creating even sophisticated compositions intuitive and fun. I enjoy being able to spend so much time playing with the editor myself, and helping fine-tune it to ensure a smooth and enjoyable user experience.
Jean Marie Cackowski-Campbell (jmcc)
A large part of my work is writing about and sharing the Vuo story. We believe there are all kinds of people who will embrace Vuo once they discover it’s out there. So, my efforts include helping create the Vuo website, writing press releases, submitting conference proposals and generally figuring out how to create excitement and how to spread the word about Vuo. I occasionally help out with Vuo e-mail support and I'm part of the think-tank called "Team Vuo."
Travis Moles (tmoles)
Sometimes, when someone is really talented at something — let’s say creating a multimedia artistic software program — it’s difficult to communicate how the software works to someone who is really talented at — let’s say art. The software developer exclaims with passion, "so you gotta use the metadata to tell the Vuo Compiler how to deal with your node class!" And the artist inquires with stately concern, "How do I turn it on?" It’s in this precious tension that I reside.
Job description: Peace and justice for all.
Matthew Radcliffe (mradcliffe)
I look forward to being a Vuo hobbyist while helping out with the vuo.org. Specifically I tinker with interactive inputs like audio and human-interface devices (HID). 日本語でもよろしいです.
Bradley Mellen (bmellen)
My involvement with Vuo has primarily been during design meetings. We've spent a lot of time discussing and reviewing the Vuo architecture on every level, from the technical back-end to the user interface. I've been particularly interested in the discussion concerning how we can improve the execution flow of Vuo compositions, in terms of both making it as powerful as possible and exposing those possibilities to the user in a clear way so they can easily understand and leverage them.
Community members who make contributions are a critical component of Vuo’s acceptance and future success. Thanks to all of you.
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