Testing how people would perceive and use natural interaction affordances in a live remote collaboration space
Helping citizens prototype and actively build their future city
How things big and small can be made accessible through a common network and identifiable as an array of networked devices.
Community empowerment centered around permanently affordable housing
Leading organizational efforts on projects, onboarding new members, and helping the organization succeed
I designed and built many mobile web applications as part of a suite of utilities that benefit the Georgia Tech community
Atlanta’s Prima printing company hired me to optimize their e-commerce business. Within months I became an indispensable tech lead to the whole company.
Designed and built the website for the U.S. division of the world’s largest producer of carpet and area rugs
What happens to unsold or just-out-of-date food? Waste. Gleanhub could prevent this by connecting businesses to hungry people.
Helping communities in need of healthier food options to gain access
Increase and improve the transparency and fairness of democratic processes and institutions at home and abroad
We helped urban farmers and gardeners access and engage in the drafting process of Atlanta’s first Urban Agriculture Zoning Ordinance
How I helped the Friends of English Avenue to explore improvements to their community vegetable garden via digital media and interaction design.
Driveway helps drivers find a parking space when conventional options are extremely limited, and it helps space owners capitalize on their downtime.
Plan.it is a daily organizer, streamlining teachers’ daily tasks such as registering absences, requesting teacher and testing materials, and recording notes.
This website tripled attendance to Georgia Tech’s MS-HCI career fair, [email protected] Since 2011, it has been a boon to the program’s job placement and reputation to both employers and prospective students.