I'm Jonas Luebbers-Moon, a creative developer living in New York. I currently work at Squarespace. You can find me elsewhere on Are.na, Github, Glitch, and Twitter.

Squarespace refreshed their brand in 2018 and created a new typeface to go with it. This is the press site I made for the announcement. →
Creative development for Squarespace including their public facing websites, homepage, and prototypes. →
Marbled paper is a printing technique that creates intricate patterns in colored ink. I made a real-time simulation using fragment shaders. →
A portfolio site for designer Ben Sifel. Includes revolutionary 3D butterfly simulation technology. →
A microsite I made for my wife, Julie. →
This is a WebGL tutorial for JavaScript developers. I wrote and presented this introduction at Squarespace. →
My dad is a teacher and writes excellent poetry. I designed and built a site for his published works. →
View all of your Tumblr likes at once. →
I implemented operational transformation—the same tech Google uses for Docs—for a distributed systems research project. →
A shader that simulates atmospheric scattering and its effect on clouds. →
Monuments began with a script I wrote that generates random three-dimensional structures. I later drew imaginary environments to surround them.
A script that draws images using cross-hatched lines.
Narrow Focus is a digital collage of ink drawings. I used Lua to combine scenes I drew of Williamstown, Massachusetts.
Eyes Through A Car Window is a grid of 120 drawings generated with code.
This is the sketchbook I used while studying architecture in Copenhagen.