Fruit is perfect. It's sweet, colorful, zesty, exotic, and delightful. It's a template for timeless design and I love it.
I'm currently a senior designer at Microsoft making their website better, but I started at buzzing agencies, learning from people much more talented than myself. Over the years I've worked with a lot of companies (freelanced for many), won a few awards, and earned some recommendations.
My process starts with understanding, research, and inspiration before pushing pixels. Concepts and designs are vetted and optimized before release.Go to process
I think everyone wants the same thing - relationship with humanity, peace with the metaphysical, and experience with the universe. I try to grasp these things with my values: authenticity, creativity, & hospitality.More about me
I did my first professional website design for a client at 17. Since then I've designed dozens of sites and now develop them too.
My forte is full process product design, from strategy and information architecture to design systems, UI design, and prototyping.
I did a few casual logos in my early career, but I became passionate about holistic brand design after some larger projects and my personal rebrand.
Most of the projects in my first job were for infographics. That wasn't glamorous, but lately I've been inspired to pursue creative graphic design.
This seems like a good time to ask about getting in touch. Maybe you have a project to work, or maybe you don’t. We can still talk and have a good time.
Concern has been building lately as I continually hear people diagnosing self-doubt as Impostor Syndrome. In this essay I'll reflect on how negative feelings of being clueless, inadequate, and dissatisfied fueled positive direction.
Sometimes I hold my phone for so long that my pinky finger starts to hurt. I've messaged him, texted her, and replied to them, yet I'm still tapping for something to do. But that hunger for likes and quick satisfaction is getting old. Wait, not old - exhausting. I wish this were less shallow. The perpetual connection to humankind ought to be meaningful.
When I first started designing accessible experiences I struggled to find clearly listed standards to follow (or should I say, easily accessible standards 😉). So now that I've become versed and more experienced in accessibility, I'd like this article to be a clear reference - i.e. what I wish I could've found when I was learning.
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