Skinux is the leading software development company for free-form skin user interfaces in the world. Our mission is to deliver the highest possible value to our clients by delivering a skinned user interface to optimize their legacy systems. Our skinning technology allows business to revamp their products with a new look in a fast, simple, and efficient manner.
Richard Krueger is the founder, CEO and CTO of Skinux Inc., incorporated in February 2000. During the past five years, Richard has been developing the basis for the Skinux product, resulting in a highly sophisticated imaging architecture.
Prior to founding Skinux, Richard was the Director of Imaging at Macromedia® Inc. from August 1995 to October 1997. He was the author and lead programmer for Macromedia xRes®, which later formed the basis of the Macromedia Fireworks® product.
In 1992, Richard founded Fauve SoftwareTM with his brother, Fred Krueger, to develop a natural media paint product for the Windows and Macintosh® systems. Their flagship product - Fauve MatisseTM - was voted Product of the Year by Imaging Magazine and received a four-star review from Publish magazine. They sold the company to Macromedia in August of 1995. Prior to founding Fauve Software, Richard worked for the Institute of System Science in Singapore, developing a 3-D medical imaging system. In the 1980s, he worked for SAS Institute® in their 3-D graphics division and for IBM® in their PC graphics division.
Skinux has successfully worked with a number of leading software companies including Kodak, FUJI, Adobe, and X3D (now Opticality). Skinux helped X3D take Best of Show at Internet World in 2002 and is deployed in the Kodak EasyShare interface, which ships on over one-quarter of the digital cameras worldwide. Please visit the Case Studies section of our website to find out more about what we've done for our clients.
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