One Laptop per Child recently updated its website to provide a more engaging experience for visitors. Toward that end, I contributed several dynamic components to the redesign.
Sugar is a learning platform designed specifically for children, with an emphasis on collaboration, exploration, expression, and reflection.
This prototype popup menu attempts to limit the need for mouse travel in menus populated with long lists of items.
Balancing Act is an interactive experience built for the PlayMotion system, which allows participants to interact with a projected environment.
Simon Says is a recreation of the popular 1980’s toy which exploits Fitts’ Law to create rhythm.
A visualization of the proliferation of tag data accrued by Technorati since its inception in 2004.
The Deconstructions series explores the dichotomy between the analog and the digital by deconstructing well known paintings pixel-by-pixel, rearranging their colors into a virtual palette.
Alphabet soup is an interactive installation in which conversation emerges from a swirling pool of rearranging letters. Observers may interject at any time to steer the conversation.
Id Vita Mortalis is an animated short inspired by the story of the fall of man in Genesis.
Two characters explore an ambiguous space defined by a video projection upon several screens positioned at various distances.
The Codeswarms series explores the aesthetics of written code via behaviors self-referentially applied to the interactive elements.