Print & Web Designer, Illustrator, Cat-sitter
the intersection of digital technologies and design, I create stories by transforming data and research into user-friendly insights.
Details about my experiences maybe found here.
Masters Final Project
UX/UI, Visual design, front end development
Elliot Nahman, Ryan McAdam, Carinne Johnson, Curtis Hwang
Maps and other visuals
inspire detailed conversations and rich interactions. Each story is a living document that invites contributions and creates connections from our shared experiences.
The problem we tackled was this: How might we lower the barrier to creating rich personal stories for the individual who may to have access to the tools professional journalists and oral historians have? With this in mind, we set out to create a suite of tools for collecting, organizing and sharing oral histories.
Through mobile devices, a person may not only record a story but also tag the audio during the interview. The mobile tablet device also facilitates two–way interactions between the interviewer and interviewee though visual cues such as stored photographs and digital maps. The desktop administrative tool allows the user to organize her interviews into a story, as well as tag the audio she has recorded or editing tags to be more specific. The user may share the story when it is finished or invite friends and family to collaborate in its creation.
When the story is published, users and selected viewers may see the creation through the audio player which allows the user to explore the geographical locations of the story as well as relevant photos while listening to the recorded narrative.
Illustrations for a poetry memorization mobile application for Penguin Classics.
Mobile app design that creates images in space, viewable to others through their digital devices.
How much are Israeli settlements growing in the West Bank?