Smart engineering and thoughtful design can help make technology invisible. I'm excited about communication platforms so I joined Twilio, Gengo, and Rockmelt and used to design paper newspapers. I rely on generative research and ethnography for a great UX. My UIs look best when I pair program with devs on the real thing.
I did some good product design work with AAA, Macy's, a geolocation analytics service, and Twilio.
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With two counterparts in Tokyo, I helped found an activity-based conference for people into underground art, techno, startups.
Our 7-day conference brought creatives from two likely cities together to prototype, do ethnographic research, see Tokyo behind a new lense, and go to the Labyrinth Music Festival.
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This beautiful city of Berlin is donned the title 'electronic music capital of the world' by many. And though its music is often described as minimal and mathematical it is also designed fully with emotion.
In that same spirit I designed this book with quotes from local DJs and photos from partygoers to celebrate the beautiful city and its music.
Music Book Club is a monthly gathering I coordinate. It's a small group listening club for electronic dance music enthusaists who want an intellectual experience outside of clubs.
Three pairs of friends have a week to prepare a track, drink and meal item to share that fits the monthly theme.