I created a set of CSS photo filters inspired by VSCO and got featured on Product Hunt.


Creator, Designer, Developer


Everything. An idea I developed from start to finish on my own.

CSSCO is a library of photographic filters made with CSS, inspired by VSCO and CSSgram. It was made for designers and is a tool for adding VSCO-like filters to photographs using code.

Instead of having to use external photo editing tools like Photoshop or VSCO, you can grade your photographs in the browser.

CSSCO was one of those ideas that I couldn't stop thinking about and I jumped into figuring it out as fast as I could. If you’re a front-end developer, designer or photographer – try it out, I would love to know what you think.

Seeing this idea through to the end reaped its rewards. With the help of friend and colleague Shawn Roos, I submitted CSSCO to Product Hunt in 2016 and was lucky enough to get featured, allowing it to reach many of the popular web design blogs, and hundreds of influential people on Twitter.

After the feature on Product Hunt, CSSCO was tweeted by the likes of Sidebar, Marvel, PetaPixel and Speckyboy
My repo trended on Github that week, accumulating over 700 stars and eventually got added to cdnjs