Theoretically, you should know everything to start making your own dream keyboard.
Realistically though, this might have been a bit dense, to say the least. But hey, this is the full reference, what did you expect?
If you want to look at further examples, take a peek at the
#ergogen topic on GitHub.
There are also super cool 3rd party tutorials and content on Ergogen, if you're interested in reading/watching further:
- Let's Design A Keyboard With Ergogen v4 - tutorial series by FlatFootFox
- The REAL Ergonomic Keyboard Endgame! - a video touching on an older Ergogen version by Ben Vallack
Alternatively, if you'd like to talk to a "certified Ergogen representative", come join us on Discord! It's also a great place to get in touch if you are already somewhat familiar with this whole shebang, and would like to contribute examples, tests, features, whatever. See you there!