I’m a design leader focused on how technology can be used to amplify humans. I'm interested in problem spaces that combine the physical and digital worlds.

 
 

Moatboat

Moatboat is a voice controlled creation tool for augmented and virtual reality. In Moatoboat whatever you say happens. Simply say your ideas out loud, and they start to come to life. Use your voice to add characters, actions, and objects. Create and interact with the world around you.

www.moatboat.com

 

Windows Phone

Designing a brand new operating system for the original Windows Phone. Using the new hardware capabilities to experiment with location based discovery and augmented reality. Designing new features like the people hub, that puts people first.

 

Reading beyond paper

An exploration into the potential of reading experiences when content is no longer constrained to paper. Books used to be a representation of a final idea, but what idea is final? Ideas shouldn't be confined to the pages of a book, they should be shared, copied, added to, and improved upon over time. What would reading look like if it flowed into and out of pages freely? If the content you read was celebrated and respected, but not treated quite so preciously? What is the potential of reading, beyond paper?

 

Barcode scanners

A range of handheld barcode scanners for Symbol Technologies. Each scanner is designed around a unique set of business and user needs including rugged drop specs, the ability to fit in a pocket, or cost reducing parts for new market opportunities.

 

Four By Design

A grassroots speaking series that I founded, designed, and ran. Four by Design was a series of talks by designers, for designers. It featured everyday designers, talking about the things they’re most passionate about, in order to inspire their peers. The world is full of amazing, rock star designers who share their wisdom, but it is often our peers who are our most inspiring influences.

 

Best Day Ever

We think of our best day ever as an epic event, a once in a lifetime day. The reality, according to real-world tweets, is that the simplest unexpected delights can constitute the best day ever. I wanted to celebrate this idea with an app of #BestDayEver tweets.