Designer meets Storyteller
I spent a decade designing environments and furniture.
I’ve spent another one creating and performing comedy, and teaching people how to work in teams and present their ideas.
Now I’m designing user experiences.
Designing for users; creating for audiences? The process is about the same:
- Identify an opportunity
- Delve into it
- Come up with your take on it
- Put your ideas across
- Listen to the response
- Refine it until it works
- Remain calm
I always love looking at the big picture, and then diving down into the details, and then doing it again.
(Like a hawk. Or a meerkat.)
Making a data-transparency site more ... transparent. For the California Department of Justice.
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS
As the centennial of suffrage approaches, a look at making the LWV's website timely.
RECIPE DESIGN PROJECT
Search for "cookbooks" on Amazon, and you get 215,917 results. I don't think any of them get it quite right.
Work on Objects and Environments
Office Environment R&D
We were hired by Steelcase to work on a concept for the future of the workplace.
Pot Rack for a Celebrity Chef
From napkin sketch to award-winning home, via rapid prototyping.
Three things I built for house and porch.
Work on Stage
Presenting and Performing
I'm a presenter, trainer, and until recently a comedian. I even combine them all to satirize motivational speaking ... and even UX.