Neuropsych PowerPoint

Information Design: a PowerPoint presentation in clinical neuropsychology. The doctor who gave the presentation was a certified genius, and I am proud to have played a role in disseminating her research. Cole Nussbaumer at Storytelling With Data wrote an interesting post last week about choosing between light and dark backgrounds for data visualizations. As Cole mentions, dark backgrounds, combined with bold, … Read More

Intro to Arboriculture

I spearheaded the HTML5 update to ISA’s award-winning award-winning, interactive training series (“Intro to Arboriculture”), which was previously only available through CD-ROMs or in Flash format. Before I came to the project, the ISA had been struggling to update their legacy content. They had tasked a handful of instructional designers who failed to clean the Flash code. With proper planning … Read More

Animated Production Bumper

I made this studio production bumper/logo in Adobe After Effects. This being one of my first animations in After Effects, I tweaked a template, adjusted the coloring, added audio from an open-source archive, and basically cobbled. It’s not entirely original, but what is?

ISA Safety Workshop

The International Society of Arboriculture asked me to develop and design a slideshow for their Z133 workshop. The wanted a template that could be used in both PowerPoint and Articulate Storyline. The theme of the presentation was “Arborist Safety” — the project was built around the orange, black, and white color scheme of the Z133 Safety Manual. Managing the demands … Read More

Treehug App

Another prototype for the International Society of Arboriculture. They were looking for a quick app mockup (made in just a few days). I accomplished this by using some Adobe XD templates. Note: The below video is embedded in portrait orientation. Scroll down to see the play button.

360 Degrees of Arboriculture

The International Society of Arboriculture asked me to create a prototype quiz in augmented reality. The point is to teach arborists about the benefits of trees by having them take tests in virtual space. 

Founding a Design Lab

I helped to kickstart the Rutgers Writing and Design Lab (RWDL), a forward-thinking multiliteracy center with a focus on digital composition. The RWDL offers face-to-face tutoring for a population of nearly 6,000 students, as well as workshops in document and instructional design.  As a senior consultant, I helped create student videos, craft effective presentations, podcasts, and web publications. We also … Read More

Kickstarting a Digital Studies Center

I helped to kickstart and grow the Rutgers-Camden Digital Studies Center (DiSC), an interdisciplinary, collaborative research, development, and education center. DiSC helps facilitate, support, and promote projects made possible by the convergence of digital technologies within the humanities as well as the arts, natural, and social sciences. Since I was was there at the beginning of the DiSC, I partnered with … Read More

Snip | RC Game Studios

I worked as a project manager and game producer for R-C Game Studio — a videogame collab operating out of the Digital Studies Center at Rutgers University. In my role as project manager, I coordinated various aspects of game production: selecting and approving the storyboards; coordinating the writing, directing, editing; offering technical advice on prototype builds. I helped to keep … Read More

Sophist Podcast

Fake news, sophistry, lying, and the spread of false information on the internet A client and I thought it would be neat to make a podcast about such shade. Thus, the Sophist Podcast was born. Although I’ve done some audio engineering in the past — as well as work in the music industry — this is my first attempt at … Read More