Hi, my name is Eithan Shavit. I am an iOS developer at Facebook, I have a degree in Electrical Engineering, and what I really love is working on products and user experience. I’m drawn to art and creativity and I’m always looking for new mediums through which to express my creativity, especially through technology. And the quest to use the right and the left sides of my brain together never ends.
This website is an attempt to document my extracurricular experiments with various mediums such as web development, photography, hardware design, mobile apps, and carpentry.
Please email me at me at eithanshavit dot com
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Experimenting with Slack iOS app's UX. Exploring design decisions, coming up with new ideas, and implementing solutions.
A tutorial for creating UICollectionViewCells that are dynamically sized to fit their content.
I built a clock that tells the time with words. It was a long and challenging process. Check it out.
The inspiration for this unique desk lamp comes from a stone candle holder my sister got at the Japanese Tea Garden in San Francisco.
This is one of my favorites. A beautiful and dead simple analog clock with a twist.
Pendent lights are so expensive! So I made these slick wooden and brass lights.
Rubik’s cubers use a special timer to competitively time themselves. My friend Jeremy (he’s a cuber, I’m not) wanted to feed data from the timer to his phone. I helped him build the hardware.