The goal of OneSmash is to support the Smash community by providing constructive information and creating resources to help Smashers learn. We are conducting a long term research study on how Smashers learn. We do this primarily by creating surveys and analyzing match footage. We have a small discord community for Smashers looking for a new way to train through drills, analysis, and reflection.
One Smash was founded by Richard and Marcus Terrell (the original Smash Brothers). Since the very first day Super Smash Bros. 64 was released, these brothers have enjoyed playing their favorite game series. They were a part of the grass roots effort to grow the Smash Melee community up from nothing to what it is today.
One Smash is best known for their "Tech of the Week" YouTube video series, "Tech Tree" of techniques, and the searchable "Smash Tech" database. We also lab tech and answer questions of any Smasher through Twitter.
One Smash is more community than it is company. Along with the Terrell brothers, One Smash is supported by Travis Clark (technical expert), Matt Handren (equipment manager), Tony Navarro (media specialist), and Greg Livingston (Webmaster).