Susan A. Kitchens, digital renaissance woman

Design, illustration and writing
for print, web and new media.

I wrote some books about Bryce, the software. (Much of the history of this website at auntialias.com comes from the old Bryce days, extending back to, yes, 1995.)

I do freelance web design and development. I do speaking and training. At Family Oral History Using Digital Tools, I discuss how to capture and preserve the stories that matter the most.

Get in touch. Email me: susan [at] auntialias [dot] com.
Follow me. @susankitchens

About this site

Formerly “All Things Bryce” this site is home to the professional consulting business of Susan A. Kitchens, AuntiAlias & Associates.

What is AuntiAlias, anyhow?

AuntiAlias is a pun on the word antialias. In computer graphics, anti-aliasing is the process of adding what seems to be blurry in-between pixels to smooth the image so it won't appear so "jaggy." The pun came about in the early days of Bryce, the 3D landscape software. Bryce's final rendering pass is anti-aliasing. On the software's support boards, I'd sign my posts as "Auntie Alias." I thought, "Hey, I'll make that into a screen name!" The 10-character limit resulted in this spelling you see here: auntialias.

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