Leveraging prior research, I created scenarios, flows and an interactive prototype to inform development of a new enterprise technical support tool for a large computer manufacturer's customer support staff.
I designed a touch screen lighting interface that was not only intuitive for end users, but also saved installers hours of configuration time.
I used generative and participatory user research methods to help a client understand people's giving habits, and used those insights to design an MVP they could socialize within their organization.
My client already had new proposed designs, but with millions of shoppers, they were concerned about the impact of changing their e-commerce experience. Using quantitative and qualitative methods, we helped them move forward with the best choice.
An experiment in constrasts: a mournful, acoustic trip-hop sound for verses, followed by a bombastic triumphant chorus. Looking forward to making huge vocals for it with a harmonizer.
The epitome of my bouncy synthpop style. I've been trying to get a good bass slide effect with pitch bend, but it turns out automating the portamento setting is the way to go. Plus, there's lots of handclaps in it; I love it.
I made this for a music challenge with the goal of "reflecting the season." Here in Seattle during October is gray and wet, so I wanted it to sound chilly, but not melancholy. Nothing a little trio of upright bass, Hammond organ, and piano can't handle.
idek. A rolling fuzzy bassline with the odd sample thrown in. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
It’s like this in my head. A lot.
A journey through the Ballard Locks during Pride month.