Posted in projects on 04 Dec 2016
Madison Scott-Clary is a programmer, writer, photographer, and composer living in Loveland, Colorado. This serves as a place to collect various works in something of a portfolio.
• Curriculum Vitæ
Curious about the name change? See here.
Posted in projects on 10 Nov 2016
Posted in projects on 03 Nov 2016
Hybrid is aiming to be a print publication of non-fiction surrounding the furry subculture.
Posted in projects on 11 Mar 2016
polycul.es is a project that allows one to visualize and map polyamorous relationships.
Posted in projects on 01 Mar 2016
Posted in projects on 01 Nov 2015
Writing is my personal writing site for more long-form writings than my old WordPress blog. It is powered by Jekyll using Markdown and a git post-receive hook for publishing. It has been updated to include a clearer layout for multiple types of writing
Posted in projects on 15 Sep 2015
[adjective][species] was redesigned in 2015 to have a cleaner and more modern layout.
Posted in projects on 15 Mar 2015
The Furry Poll is the largest marketing survey within the furry subculture.
The Furry Survey Explorer is an application for exploring the massive dataset spanning more than five years of data from the Furry Poll.
Posted in projects on 27 Feb 2014
300.01 is an exploration into what it means to have generalized anxiety disorder.
Posted in projects on 26 May 2013
Posted in projects on 10 Aug 2012
Writing is my personal writing site for more long-form writings than my old WordPress blog. It is powered by Jekyll using Markdown and a git post-receive hook for publishing.
Posted in projects on 03 Aug 2012
Characters is a site intended to manage multiple role-playing characters, with potentially multiple morphs, each of which may potentially have multiple descriptions. Additionally, images may be uploaded and attached to any object in that hierarchy. It is a Django and Backbone.js powered site, with a little help from D3.
Posted in projects on 02 Nov 2011
[adjective][species] was created as a blog to explore the furry fandom from the inside. The website includes the blog itself, as well as forums, surveys, and visualizations of those surveys. The blog is run off WordPress, but includes a custom theme and a commissioned banner, but the survey and visualizations were both created on my own. The site has two regular authors - myself and JM - and a few occasional contributors. It also includes tie-ins with Twitter, Google+, and FurAffinity.net.