A recent foray into the world of Android development has produced this modest first individual piece. I have done a fair bit of mobile design to date but this is the first time I've truly gotten my hands dirty.
Since coming onboard nearly three years ago at Autodesk I have been tasked with the interaction and visual design of the Autodesk 360 web viewer/landing page as well as the 360 app for Android & iOS.
My presentation at the Autodesk Tech Summit in 2012 focused around the company's new cloud offerings. In a company entrenched in desktop dev it's important to let your mind wander.
Harkening back to my days of actually producing physical objects for a living; I was excited to get to work on a extremely clever card game designed by very talented Ian Volkwein. Snag a copy on Amazon!
Initially concieved as a rapid web collaboration and sharing tool, Design Review QuickShare was an Autodesk Labs project focused on a zero client
I was fortunate to be asked to help with the conceptual visual design work for a local Alpha Lab start-up by my co-worker Nick. MakerCraft aims to let consumers design and order jewelry through a handy iOS app.
What is this, an app for babies? Yes...that's exactly what it is. An educational android app for infants and toddlers. Being a father changes you! Get over it! Baby's need entertainment too!
Designed in cunjunction with the University of Miami Stormview is a dynamic hurricane scenario simulation designed to gauge users reaction to data types throughout the event of a storm.
Demo » User:storm Pass:storm