Open Source Ergonomic Gaming Keyboard

Performance, Comfort & Health For Gamers

The first gaming keyboard designed to fulfill the needs of today's gamers.

The project's missions


Increase Comfort and Performance

Our hands and fingers need to move less. We reach the keys faster and we stress less our hand muscles, tendons and joints.


Reduce Repetitive Strain Injuries Risk

The ergonomic design stops harmful wrist movements, reducing the risk of injuries such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.


No Barriers, Higher Quality Products

The project is Open Source. The designs, electronic schematics and software will be freely available for everyone to modify and use.

Shortcut's Key features


Hand Shape Design

Different size adjustable columns to adapt to your fingers length.


Split Keyboard

Keeps your wrists straight and gives more space for the mouse


Thumb Cluster

Five keys per thumb and no more wrist torsion when using the modifiers.


Fully Configurable Layouts

Rebind any keys and create multiple layouts to adapt to your language preference and games you play.

Read Our Blog Last posts


From Shortcut to Dygma: how we found our brand name.

In September 2016 I had a crazy idea about developing the best gaming keyboard but it didn't come from just anywhere. While coaching in Fnatic I coached several players with wrist injuries and met multiple more.

At the beginning it was just a keyboard project but while developing the Shortcut it evolved into high performance peripherals project. At that point we realized that we couldn't call ourselves the name of our products and needed a brand name.

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Our new split keyboard: Raise

During the last 9 months developing Shortcut we’ve learnt a lot about how to build the best gaming keyboard, but what we’ve learnt the most about is our users and their preferences.

Shortcut’s goal is to improve the gaming experience of our users by increasing health, performance and comfort but it doesn’t come free. To be able to enjoy these benefits you need to spend time and effort rebuilding your habits.

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Shortcut's development team


Luis "Deilor" Sevilla

Founder and CEO
Former professional poker player and eSports coach.


Manel Senis

Product manager
Product manager passionate about design and manufacture processes.


Matthew Venn

Electronic Engineer that loves prototyping and music.