Earthworks Website

This Earthworks project was a web and interface development project that I did for a client working on a collaborative project. Digital Watershed and Ohio State University were collaborating as a part of a HASTAC competition to create a universal system for online badges. The website I created had to explain what the competition and collaboration was, …

Fortify: iPad App for Forts

Description Fortify is an “augmented imagination” app that serves as a sort of command center for the forts that kids have created. There are several modes available including military, pirate, safari, underwater, outer space, princess, and more. The each mode has several action buttons that relate to the theme of the mode. For example, military mode …

Beauty in Simplicity

[nggallery id=32]   During my time abroad in Japan, I took a seminar called “Philosophies of Wellness: Holistic Healing In Japan”. While I was less than enthused with the idea of taking a holistic healing course, I was happy just to be visiting Japan—something I’ve always wanted to do. The truth is, I’ve been facsincated …

MobileMuse iPhone App Development

This week I finished a two and a half week project to create the concept and interface designs for an iPhone app. The app I came up with is called “MobileMuse“. It’s an app that allows users to easily create digital inspiration boards. Users can add text, photos, videos, audio, websites, and colors to a …

Global Crossroads Study Abroad Blog Redesign

Global Crossroads is a blog that aggregates posts from the travel blogs of University of Minnesota students who are studying abroad. The website is managed by the Learning Abroad Center at the University of Minnesota. As a part of my graphic design internship, I was the project manager of the student blog redesign and migration. Below is a …

United Kingdom Riots

I just recently finished a project for one of my design classes where we had to create a set of 3 photos to convey the message of an article entitled “The Politics of Desire and Looting” by Adrian Shaughnessy. It’s a really interesting article, and if you have time I would highly recommend looking through …