From the earliest days of human exploration we’ve made progressively more accurate and sophisticated maps. Maps help us find our way around the world we live in. Maps help us get to our destination. Maps keep us from becoming lost. But what if you have no destination? What if becoming lost is the point? Well, […]
I'm a product designer for the curious minded. And I'm lucky. Every day I get work with some of the sharpest minds I've ever known while serving as UX Lead for TED. We work hard to produce engaging products and features for our growing community of inquisitive souls. Prior to TED, I consulted with New England based startups and was an Art Director for ESPN, where I advanced front-end design standards and helped pioneer the first live sports applications. Before ESPN, I worked for some of Colorado's top design agencies, leading interactive projects for clients like Spyder, Steamboat, and HP. My academic background is best described as a frankenstein mashup of computer science, engineering and communication design from three different universities, finally settling on a B.S. from Michigan Technological University. Offline I like to learn about science, social psychology, human behavior and generally what makes people do what they do.
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