designer Dan Teasdale
is moving on to (presumably) greener pastures. Today marks his last day at Twisted Pixel, Teasdale noted on Twitter
. "I honestly thought something incredibly unique and amazing would have to come out of left field for me to even consider leaving," writes Teasdale
. It would appear that just such an opportunity has arisen, though he's not sharing what it is just yet, saying only that "it's a shift in what I've been doing for the past 15 years."
Teasdale plans to take a break before his next venture begins, relaxing on a "Great American Road Trip" and working on his bizarre, recently Kickstarted app, Super Drake Tracker 2000 EX
. The app tracks the flight status of Harmonix director of communication and brand management, John Drake. It also allows users to buy Drake a Diet Coke. The project originally sought $550, but went on to raise over $10,000
For his part, Drake feels "weirdly responsible
" for Teasdale's departure.