Over the last 2.5 years at Domo, I've been involved in the complicated process of not simply visualizing data, but enhancing a platform that can visualize any type of data set with countless visualization options. We service a wide range of customers including data analysts, CEOs of large corporations, and copy editors who've been described by their manager as "barely passing high school math." Seemingly simple enhancements to Domo's charting engine potentially involve multiple teams and long lists of edge cases to solve. I genuinely enjoy working closely with developers and product managers to arrive at meaningful solutions.
This image was a created as a mockup for a project where customers could create custom dashboards themselves by choosing from a variety ready-to-go widgets.
Co-founder / UX Lead / Creative Director
Dear me is a chatbot that helps you record a journal just by interacting with it. dearme.co
Domo / Senior UX Designer
This interactive data visualization piece for Super Bowl 50 used beacons to ping the crowd's phones and identify who were fans of each team. Fans had an opportunity to crowd the space outside the Moscone Center to "Own the Zone" to competitively demonstrate their fandom. The entire project was completed in a whirlwind of three months total. The project was completed in collaboration with Nick Randall (Sr. Software Engineer), Blaine Moss (Dev. Director), and Chris Willis (VP of UX).
the consumr project
Co-Founder / UX Lead / Creative Director
The consumr project is a non-profit org co-founded by myself, Aryel Cianflone, and Marcos Minond. It started with the observation that finding information about the ethical behavior of companies is limited due to SEO and that it often requires digging to get to the truth. The consumr project is a platform where crowd-sourced information is plotted on a timeline and can be filtered by the issues you care about.
I had the privilege of laying out this book by Steven Heller, former Creative Director at the New York Times at my first job out of college. It was my dream come true and was completed under the creative direction of Stuart Rogers.
Mixed Methods is a podcast created by Aryel Cianflone exploring the how's and why's of user experience research. It features industry experts like Jake Knapp, Elisabeth Churchill, and Tomer Sharon. I created the logo and manage all of the brand's visual content.
I worked briefly at J&J on their licensed Band-Aids for kids. I'd often received several gigabytes of exiting assets and come up with multiple options for licensor to choose from. Sometimes I'd receive almost no existing artwork with the charge to make something work out. J&J performs rigorous rounds of both qualitative testing via focus groups and quantitative testing using eye tracking software. It was intense and I loved the challenge as well as the finished products. These were all created under the creative direction of Neil Sadler.
This project tackled the idea of how to sell Listerine in economically depressed regions of Southeast Asia where mouthwash is luxury. This task required single-use bottles with very specific type requirements for the variety of languages. The shades of green used for the product as well as the label were also of utmost importance due to cultural context. Completed under the direction of Luke Woody and Cherith Victorino.
Student, General Assembly
This was the capstone project for the UX design course I completed at General Assembly in New York City in 2014.