A college colleague reached out to me on LinkedIn recently, asking if I knew of anyone who would be interested in a Product Designer role at his startup. I was quite happy in my role, but having toyed with the idea of pursuing product design, I asked my colleague to send me the exercise prompt they were using to evaluate candidates.Continue reading “LogRocket redesign”
*folio is a simple, portfolio+blog+personal landing page theme built for Jekyll, a static website generator originally geared for GitHub project pages. It was my first foray into creating themes—something I quickly found a passion for. The problem of creating something that works for many scenarios as simply and elegantly as possible is addicting.Continue reading “*folio”
an experimental novel exploring not things as they are, but things as they are notContinue reading “Eur(nope)”
When I first discovered Jekyll, I wasn’t quite sure where to start. In looking for previously established themes, I came across Single Paged. I really liked the layout, and appreciated the ease of choosing colors. I wanted to make it my own, though, so I used that project as way to get familiar with Jekyll.
I ultimately ended up using this template for my personal site, until I decided I needed several pages, for projects and writing and other things. This theme still remains one of my favorites.Continue reading “*simplepage”
Marbu School in Nepal
This project was a collaboration with Johanna Greenspan-Johnston and Micaela Hall as part of course requirements from 4.411—D-lab’s School.
The goal of the project was to design an eco-friendly, earthquake-resistant structure that could be built using locally sourced labor and materials.Continue reading “Marbu School in Nepal”
the Icon Chair
This project was a collaboration with my partner, Tara Ebsworth, as part of course requirements from 4.500—Design Computing. The goal was to create a chair that was easily manufactured out of common materials, and put together only using a rubber mallet.Continue reading “the Icon Chair”