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Now known as Braid, is a money transfer app (think Venmo for Groups) that I helped take from zero to live. I was involved in every aspect of the design process, from the digital product to the physical card itself. Case study available upon request!
I founded this non-algorithmic podcast discovery product that packaged episodes in a magazine like format released weekly. There is more to come with Wilson that I’m excited to share with you!
This was an ambitious endeavor to create an all-in-one stylist tool (CRM+IMS+ECOMM) that would centralize high-end boutiques running on Shopify into one large shopping ‘Arcade’. This is what Shopify’s Shop App is today, 3 years ago.
During my short stint, I did these interesting UI and visual concepts that I thought was fun to show here. You should ask me about these sometimes if we get a chance. I still think they’re worth talking about.
Worked on the Glass team as the lead on the flagship Maps App for Glass OS and the Glass companion App on Android. All work is NDA-ed of course.
Started in 2011, New York Product Designers is a side project by Eli Rousso and me to bring together a list of talented product designers in NYC. The project expanded to include a list of trusted companies and an expanding job board. You can follow us on @NYPD.
Concept work done for the role of T-Mag's digital director role. The main purpose of the exploration was to better align the creative vision of the printed magazine with the digital product.
Crop featured article photo within logo’s negative space
Abstract the featured photo with its complimentry colors
Web Direction 1
Web Direction 2
Svpply was an online marketplace with the world's best products and stores curated by a tasteful community. Founded by Ben Pieratt, Eric Jacobsen, Greg Leppert, and Zach Klein; was later acquired by eBay in 2012 and finally shut down in 2014. Svpply was powered by the most amazing team I've ever worked with (Jud Stephenson, Guille Lopez, Mark Kinney, and Nate Stedman).
2011 — 2014
Project Florida (aka SUM) was a preventative health care company based in NYC. I worked closely in defining the product, setting its purpose, and exploring visual directions.
Tipjar is a way for fans to contribute to their favorite content providers seamlessly. I was responsible for all aspects of Tipjar including branding, visual, interaction, and experience design.
Want is a sister app to Svpply. It was a personalized daily catalog that shows you the best products on Svpply based on your previous selections. It was a way to create a new user-touch point that would ultimately increase our product engagement.
Unused web directions when I was contracting for Electric Objects. I spent my time exploring visual interfaces under the creative directions of Ben Pieratt. Also helped to create the successful Kickstarter campaign with the EO team.
A portfolio site for fashion photographer and artist Susanna Howe. The design uses misaligned typography and overlapping images to exaggerate its interactive qualities and to engage with the viewer as a user rather than an audience.
It’s a poster a day for three and a half years that ended up being featured on AIGA and It's Nice That. Here is a more in-depth read read about why I started this personal project.