There once was a time when there were no end-users.
In the late 70s, computers had been around for decades, but they could only be used by highly skilled technicians who spoke incomprehensible magic.
Then, in the late 70s, a few visionaries had an idea: Maybe, if "mere mortals" were given the right user interface, they could use a computer. Maybe computers could have a place in the world of every-day consumers! History of course shows us that they were right, but at the time, this was a radical idea, met with great skepticism.
Today, personal computing has become status quo, but there is still a wall down the middle of the industry, a barrier that divides the consumers of software from the producers of software. We call it the user/developer divide.
This wall between users and developers represents a massive liability for the planet, and a tremendous bottleneck for innovation and creativity.
At Aquameta, we build software in service to a future where everyone has access to the full power of computing. We see the possibility for a tremendous explosion of opportunity when the wall comes down. We await this day eagerly, and are doing what we can to bring it closer.
537 SE Ash St.
Portland, OR 97214
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We make software, and give some of it away. You can find these offerings on github.
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