I founded YENCO.COM on July 1, 1999 to design, develop and deliver easy-to-use quality Macintosh software to help people manage their information with products like Archive to keep track of files on removable devices; Finance to keep track of bank accounts; and iKeeper to keep track of internet passwords and product registrations. On July 1, 2009, I reached a major milestone with the release of a complete rewrite of all YENCO.COM applications built on top of a common code base with a new framework project. December 2011 brought another major change with all new YENCO.COM products being made available exclusively through the Mac App Store. And starting in July 2022, another major change with my macOS app releases shifting away from SuperCard toward Xcode and SwiftUI and adding support for iOS and iPadOS (when applicable).
I have strived to make YENCO.COM environmentally friendly with everything from 100% online delivery of apps (meaning zero manufacturing, packaging, or transportation impact), to using my own apps to reduce my need to keep track of stuff on paper and using other apps such as the Notes app with an Apple Pencil to virtually eliminate all paper from my app development workflow. To running entirely on Apple products which outperform the strictest global energy efficiency standards. To considering the end-of-life of the products I use, the materials they are made from, and the harmful chemicals they are free of. To saving electricity in my workspace with four independly controlled lighting zones using efficient LED lighting products.
Your privacy is important to me. My SuperCard-based macOS apps (Archive 8, Finance 8, and iKeeper 5) have a built-in feedback form with a checkbox to optionally include usage data which is only used to provide basic system information (macOS version and processor info) as well as checkpoints with timing data within the app which was often helpful in determining where things went wrong if a crash occurred and was useful for code optimization. The only requirement is the feedback itself and an email address so I can followup with you if necessary. All of my new SwiftUI-based macOS, iOS, and iPadOS apps do not have a built-in feedback form, but do have a link to the feedback form on this website. The only requirement is your feedback, a name, and an email address so I can followup with you if necessary. Your feedback is only saved until the matter is resolved and your contact info is never shared with anyone else.
Through the years, this site and my products (and how I create and provide them) have dramatically changed, but one thing has remained the same: my commitment to deliver the best apps I can.
This site was created on a Mac
This site was created with Blocs
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Graphics and icons created with Sketch
Screenshots edited with Pixelmator Pro
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