Peach is a social network that works like texting, but better. Some words you type are magic words that give you quick access to all sorts of things like a drawing tool and GIF search to your current location and weather. Read about it on The Next Web. Download Peach for iOS or Android.
Designed at Byte, 2015-2016 Role: Strategy, Product Design, Prototyping, UX, UI, Illustration, Visual Design, Branding, Marketing Creative Lead: Jordan Winick
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The Jewish Museum
As part of The Jewish Museum's rebrand, we created an immersive website that showcased their new exhibitions and extensive collection while unifying their digital identity with their new visual language.
Designed at Sagmeister & Walsh, 2013—2014 Role: Lead UX/UI & Visual Design Art Director: Jessica Walsh
Google Customer Experience Center
We created ten interactive installations, ranging from kiosk screens to immersive projection environments, for Google's Customer Experience Center at their Mountain View headquarters.
Role: Strategy, UX, Visual Design, Branding Designed at LAB at Rockwell Group Creative Directors: James Tichenor and Joshua Walton
Visual design system based on tangrams
Tangrams manifested as content containers and particle systems
Custom branded installations
Patterns/textures for motion interstitials or ambient modes
Touch screen installation the displays all the products in the Google universe
Immersive installation demonstrating features of Google's mobile products
Mobile and tablet stations
We helped Bedrocket Media create an immersive, cross-platform experience for discovering and consuming streams of short-form action sports videos curated by the Network A team, including original shows and trending online videos.
Designed at Studio Rodrigo, 2012-2013 Role: Strategy, UX, UI, Visual Design Creative Director: Khoi Uong
Paradise (Making it Rain)
As part of my final show at SFPC, I made a prototype of a mannequin hand "making it rain" crisp dollar bills using a motor, 3D printed parts and Arduino.
Created at SFPC, 2013 Exhibited at SFPC: The First Class, Eyebeam, NYC
This American Life
Working closely with the This American Life team, we created a simple, elegant way to find the latest episode, search the archive, and stream your favorite stories on the mobile web.
Designed at Studio Rodrigo, 2013 Role: UX, Visual Design Creative Director: Khoi Uong
We created six projected films for the National Museum of American Jewish History that seek to tie history and cartography together to create a visual history that demonstrates causality. Within this interactive, factors like cross continental railroad expansion and steamboat commerce offer a visual analogy to the movement of people and the dispersal of population.
Designed at Local Projects, 2010 Role: Storyboarding, Visual Design Creative Director: Jake Barton and Katie Lee
The projection installed in a permanent exhibit at NMAJH.
We worked with MTV and Covergirl to create #covermoment, a simple feed the wove together user-submitted content from Twitter and Instagram with promotional videos and featured products from both brands.
Designed at Studio Rodrigo, 2013 Role: Visual Design Creative Director: Meredith Bageriski
My Boyfriend, River
Nine and a half minute video collage of River Phoenix displayed on five stacked televisions.
Installed at 303 Grand Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, 2009