Adams Immersive Intro Mind Magnets colorful grid list app for ADHD (formerly DotSpace) Logical Fallacies & Cognitive Biases iMessage sticker pack Playtime: Weird Alarm Clocks for Playdate OUTSIDE PARTIES: “Hidden Picture” Horror Game for Playdate This is Not the Church of the Worm: VR horror experience Custom Apple Watch Faces Only Once: Reverse Memory browser emoji game Trip’s Treasures educational math game Scree: Treasure Landslide Game Custom Museum Game Design Custom Game Design for Vision, Motor and Cognitive Impairment Hue/Tone Color Picker Dartboard Chart Generator NoteClock: Natural-Language Clock Terms of Use and Privacy Policy
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Thanks for checking out my iPhone and iPad checklist app, Mind Magnets.
—Morgan Adams

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App screenshot: color-coded grid shopping list and to-do list for ADHDPlay video
App icon (colored squircle shapes for list items)

Mind Magnets
Colorful Grid Checklist App for Visual Thinkers and People With ADHD For iPhone/iPad

Mind Magnets are bits of info you create and arrange. Give them shapes and colors, move them around, and toggle them on/off with a tap. For planning, brainstorming, tracking scores, to-do lists, shopping lists, trip packing lists, etc. Version 3 is in the works! Preview the new palette.

App screenshot: iMessage conversation about mini-golf with Circular Reasoning/Logical Fallacy/Begging the Question rubber stamp
iMessage app icon (circles)

Logical Fallacies & Cognitive Biases
Sticker Pack for iMessages

36 popular logical fallacies, cognitive biases, and red herrings, ready to rubber-stamp your friends’ messages! From the classic “Straw Man” to the insidious “Confirmation Bias,” these errors in thinking are alphabetized and color-coded for your pedantic convenience.

App screenshot: clock in the form of an island map
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Weird Alarm Clocks for Playdate

A collection of 50 fun alarm clocks, with Snooze options and musical controls, for Panic’s Playdate handheld game console. All compiled into one app, perfect for the Playdate Stereo Dock.

Available on Catalog and

outsideparties-style pie chart with concentric circles and radiating wedges
Yellow Playdate handheld

“Hidden Picture” Horror Scavenger Hunt for Playdate

A strange yellow device lies half hidden in the weeds beside a road you never noticed before. If you find it, don’t pick it up. Its secrets are not for you.

Devlog and Screenshots

Coming to Panic’s Playdate handheld game console.

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Game screenshot: dark shaft lit by headlamp
Game app icon (Lovecraftian abomination)

This Is Not the Church of the Worm
VR Horror Experience
for Apple Vision Pro

“While the angels, all pallid and wan,
Uprising, unveiling, affirm
That the play is the tragedy, ‘Man,’
And its hero, the Conqueror Worm.”

— Edgar Allen Poe

Deep in the forest stands an ancient ruined church. Inside the church is a hole.

In development. Follow me on Mastodon for news.

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Custom Apple Watch Faces
Easy to Install Experimental Watch Face Apps

Functional, animated watch face apps offering more than 200 unique face styles that you can use for free. They run in the Watch’s built-in browser rather than installing through the App Store.   View Watch Faces

The faces “Tetrad” and “Cardinal” may work with very low vision, and I am seeking testers.   Send Feedback

Browser-based memory game with grid of emoji tiles
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Only Once
Emoji Reverse Memory Game

In this free “reverse memory game,” the goal is to click each emoji exactly once, remembering which ones you already did. Mistakes reduce the maximum possible score, and the grid keeps expanding. Your skill is likely to improve rapidly with repeated plays!   Play Free in Browser

Game screenshot: 6 treasure chests
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Trip’s Treasures
Math Skills Game for Preschool, Kindergarten, and First Grade

I designed this educational game for iPhone, iPad, Windows, and Mac in collab­oration with Bolster Learning Systems. It teaches “subitizing”: the ability to “instantly see how many” without counting. Subitizing is fundamental to the develop­ment of young children’s math skills.

Game screenshot: colorful gemsPlay video
Game app icon (piñata)

Treasure Landslide Game For iPhone/iPad

Make the biggest landslide you can! Discover breakable treasure chests, collectible rare items, piñatas, Black Hole Bombs and more.

(In development. Follow me on Mastodon for news.)

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Custom Museum Games and Activities
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As a one-person company, I deliver high-end interactive media at low cost. With my help, a museum can add interactivity to smaller exhibits that would otherwise be static. I can work with your team to develop educational games and 3D simulations that run on iPad, Android, Windows, Mac, or VR, using touchscreen or physical controls.   Request a Proposal

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Custom Game Design for Vision, Motor, and Cognitive Impairment

I am seeking projects and collaborations involving accessibility, audio-centric gaming, and alternative control schemes, suitable for various disabilities; both for education and for entertainment.   Contact Me

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Round and square color swatches

Hue/Tone Color Picker
Interface Design Sandbox

An interactive UI design “sandbox” I created to experiment with a variety of color picker interfaces and algorithms.

The goal: a compact, intuitive set of color swatches covering the full range of possible colors.

I used this tool to develop the new color palette for Mind Magnets V.3.

Try It   Send Feedback

Dartboard-style pie chart with concentric circles and radiating wedges
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Dartboard Chart Generator
Compare and Share Any Two Values or Probabilities

This free online tool is a way to visually compare two quantities, such as the projected results of an election. Like a pie chart, the areas are in proportion to the values. But in this metaphor, the areas are distributed more evenly across the circle. Choose colors and labels, then share a link to your creation.

Try It   Send Feedback

iPhone web app: yellow large-print digital clock (10:30AM with description 'late morning')
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Natural-Language Clock App for Cognitive Conditions or Low Vision

Recycle an old phone, tablet or iPod Touch as a clock, with phrases like “mid-day” and “late night” to help people facing cognitive or vision problems.   Free Web App

Also has an experimental Apple Watch face.

I built this app for my grandmother; I hope it benefits others too!   Send Feedback