Sweet deals on vacation rentals.
A Philadelphia startup focused on selling the oversupply of vacation rentals to last-minute vacationers.
I was one of three developers who helped launch the site. I assisted in developing the backend and took charge of the interface design and front-end programming.
The business network powered by trust.
A small startup in Philadelphia where I spearheaded user experience.
I facilitated contextual research with the team and was responsible for interface design and programming.
A reporting tool for the PENN Hospital and the Children's Hospital to track the success of an experimental hypothermia treatment.
I was responsible for the site architecture and user interface.
This project was a collaboration with the gentlemen at Neomind Studio.
A visual explanation of the large and complex domain of baseball describing the patterns, systems and relationships that develop throughout a game.
This design was printed on A2 poster board to give a detailed overview of baseball for novices.
A simple retail display containing playing cards that would be placed at coffee shops. Instead of giving a person that is experiencing homelessness your pocket change, you ask them to sit down and play cards.
The basic needs of people living in the US can be addressed by the uninspired systems and public services we have in place. However, a social barrier still remains between mainstream society and people in need. This product attempts to encourage interaction and dialogue between these two groups.
This was a four week project to rethink the interaction between people and their TV. Initial research included contextual observation and think-aloud usability studies to understand trends in home entertainment and identify issues with current systems.
Video filmed by Josh Goleman.
Designed for LambsList.
Part of a touchscreen interface I also developed.
An artist workspace and gallery I co-founded and shared with my 8 closest friends.
Located in the Fishtown neighborhood of Philadelphia.