I used to believe that getting to true happiness was about working hard, building up a big stock of success, then sitting back to enjoy it.
This summer I had the great opportunity to accept the Living Language Mobile internship, as part of the Random House Digital Publishing Group, aimed to design new web and mobile language-learning tools.
Our earth is humanity’s only comprehensive life support system—we were tasked to visualize our collective footprint in this 24-hour student competition.
Story View is an augmented reality city viewer project inspired by the High Line in New York City.
Impact! Design for Social Change is a six-week summer workshop at the School of Visual Arts focusing on the development of social entrepreneurial projects.
NYC Big Apps promoted “a software application challenge in keeping with New York City’s drive to become more transparent, accessible, and accountable.”
Mindfull is a small electronic device that reminds you to slow down when eating.
What do you get when you cross fresh baked goodies with cool type? The Sweetery Truck! (Formerly known as Street Sweets)
UbiKid is a conceptual, interactive playground experience that monitors the activity of participants, recording checkpoints via RFID and visualizing that data on a wristband device.
In Jason Santa Maria’s Communicating Design class, Derek Chan and I created BetterMTA.info as a website makeover for the New York City transit system.
With Kidfresh, we share a passion for nutrition, wellness and deliciousness, and support their mission with bold, colorful graphics to appeal to parents and children alike.