Category: Keyboards

Keyboards

Intro Into Custom Keyboards

I get a lot of questions asking me for a custom keyboard and how to make one. Essentially where to start in this vast, and sometimes, confusing hobby. It’s not as simple as just saying I want a custom board for x amount of dollars. So I figured, let’s figure this out together.

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Plume65 Review

The Plume65 took me by surprise in a lot of ways. Visually it’s simple and has small, yet striking features. It’s a keyboard that you just want on your workstation and one that you just don’t want to stop typing on.

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Think6.5 v2 Review

Graystudio and Oldcat reached out to me regarding their latest project, the think6.5 v2. I was so in love with the original think, that I just had to give this new one a test run.

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Candymat

The Key Dot Company x Switchkeys is currently hosting one of my new designs that we dubbed the Candymat! It has a smokey abstract styling using some negative space to help keep the direction of the design.

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Aether Keyset

Aether was designed out of some of my favourite colours and fine-tuned to best match the Swith Swirl desk pad. With that in mind, I wanted there to be a gradient between the darker keycaps without it being overwhelming.

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Space65 Cyber Voyager

When Graystudio reached out to me and asked if I would like to build a prototype of their upcoming Space65 Cyber Voyage project, I was more than happy to do so! I had always been interested in the project and the original Space65 was a group buy I missed, so I figured why not!

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POM Jelly Keycaps​ Review – Escape Keyboard

The first time I tried POM keycaps was at a meet up back in January in Toronto.  While they sounded great, to be completely honest, I wasn’t 100% sold on them at that time. Fast forward to present day.  Escape Keyboard contacted me regarding some POM keycap sets he had been working on…

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