Overview Of My Design Experience
- User experience, interface design, design & technology consulting.
- Proficient in design applications (Sketch), industry prototyping tools, frameworks, HTML/CSS (basic JS).
- Product & service innovation/ideation/strategy, prototyping, user testing, Lean UX, research, Agile.
- Consultant: Startups, new products & services, enterprise experiences.
- Publication authoring and editing.
A selection of digital products I’ve worked on:
A selection of companies that I’ve worked with:
I have experience in a wide range of vertical markets:
- Retail & Grocery
Smashing Book 2, Distance, various articles.
The Smashing Book 2 Is Available: Get Yours Now!
The Smashing Book 2 is here. It's printed. It's [available](https://shop.smashingmagazine.com/smashingbook-dispatcher…
Design industry recognized personal blog.
Simplicity Isn't Simple
Simplicity. It's weaved into conversations about everything from to-do list apps to DVD players. We meet confusion …
Avoiding the Uncanny Valley of Interface Design
There is a theory in robotics first proposed in a 1970 paper in the journal Energy by the roboticist Masahiro Mori. In…
Long Live the Redesign
In 2005, Cameron Moll wrote an article about something that was as incessant then, as it is now: The redesign. In a…
Former Editor for Smashing Magazine (UX Section).
The Mobile Book and Making It Right: Product Management for a Startup World.
The Mobile Book - Smashing Shop
The Mobile Book features the most important things that you need to know as a designer, developer or mobile strategist…
"Making It Right": Product Management For A Startup World
You've seen this happen a thousand times. An organization struggles with a high level of internal enthusiasm and…
Fast Company, MIT Technology Review, User Defenders Podcast.
024: Seeing the Invisible with Francisco Inchauste
Francisco Inchauste teaches us that the best design is invisible. He enlightens us to how we can learn something from…
Rise, An Alarm Clock App With A Slick Gestural UI
The first thing Rise reminded me of was Solar, another single-use utility app that combines chromeless, gestural…
Clear: A To-Do List App With A UI From The Future
To-do list apps are lame. Why? Because managing the system-learning how to input items, strike them out, sync them, tag…
Does Gestural Computing Break Fitts' Law?
You've probably never heard of Fitts' Law, but if you've used a computer in the past 25 years, you've felt its…
Some of the press for my app, Rise.