With years of experience working in the product design, marketing, web, and visual design field, from the agency perspective as well as the in-house design team and client perspective. I understand the unique dynamic of each side. I focus on a Human-Centered Design approach, and my team delivers unique solutions that address the needs of the end-users. I embrace the challenges presented to me in a complex domain. I enjoy getting involved in solving problems on a strategic level and then roll up my sleeves to tackle a detailed problem.
Panorama is a planning tool for agile product and services teams who want to put the right people on the right project for the right timeframe.
The Vision for Panorama
Design strategy is a field of theory and practice typically refers to the holistic planning process between design and business strategy. With this project, the designer’s role is exploring security design, concent, and privacy. Collaborating with a team of product managers, engineers we created a product to help the company to collect business-critical data in one place. Provide an accountable, consistent, trustworthy, secure and traceable source of truth on a cloud-based platform. So the Business can capture and understand the insights which make us successful.
Partnering with the Norman Rockwell Museum, leading a team of students at Academy of Art University we created an immersive mobile Virtual Reality exhibit for Norman Rockwell’s Four Freedoms paintings. The VR exhibit is went on tour 2018 with exhibitions in New York, Detroit, Los Angeles, and then finally in Normandy, France.
The “Plant Wall” is an interactive painting that combines paint, projected animation and IoT sensors to create an engaging viewing experience. The conductive ink allows visitors to touch and trigger an unique animation or view the real time sensor data.
An augmented reality experience for current and past projects at the Academy of Art University, School of Web Design and New Media.
How might we bring pedestrians into the center of mobility while delivering services to them in 2045?
We live in 2045. Cars are autonomous. Roads are smart. Buildings can adapt intelligently to our needs. Technologies such as AR and AI are ubiquitous. How can we transform the Bay Area so that pedestrians become the center of the focus?