Roy Leban is a puzzle designer, photographer, gourmet pizza maker, ambigrammist and software architect from Redmond, WA. He is the creator of many unique and challenging puzzles and the Founder of Puzzazz, a digital store devoted exclusively to puzzles for hand-held electronic devices founded in 2008.
At the IPP38 Nob Yoshigahara Puzzle Design Competition 2016 Roy presented the wonderful ‘Disks’.
Roy has personal website and three blogs: thisUser, about user experience, design, and usability, thisDev, about entrepreneurship and creating software, and thisTangent, a personal blog about everything else. In his spare time, he is a photographer, gourmet pizza maker, and ambigrammist. He lives in Redmond, Washington, with his wife, two kids, six computers, three Nikons, and a pizza oven.
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Roy Leban Puzzles
The puzzles of Roy Leban
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Disks by Roy Leban © Nick Baxter (Baxterweb)