My solo album, Error Cancellation, is available for purchase! Please head on over to my Bandcamppage to check it out!
And, in addition to the album, I wrote a treatise of sorts on what the whole project means to me. If you have the time and desire, it’s herefor your reading pleasure. A copy of it also comes with the album when you purchase it.
A huge thank you to my family for the love and support and patience with which you showed me during the recording of this project. To Kelly Wright and Sharon Lanza for their help on the supplemental essay attached to this album. And to that wizard of sound, Nick Broste, for not only his mastering skills but also his input and guidance on what to do when producing your first solo album. Thank you.
Effective UX Design provides individuals with a bridge into any given experience. Today this looks like a screen on a phone, laptop or watch but, as our world continues to evolve, these bridges do as well. How UX Design changes with the rest of the world can be seen through the lens of current trends, both digital and social. Keeping up with these trends helps designers predict where to invest their time learning best practices in order to build innovative and disruptive experiences for future projects.
The everyday lives of everyday people start with everyday movement. We turn a knob on the faucet. We flip on the light switch. We slide open a silverware drawer. We progress through our day manipulating objects in functional ways to produce predictable results. Given this fact, it should come as no surprise that approaching similar functionality within a digital space will help build a level of comfort for your user as they interact with the experiences you design.
Read More… (Originally published August 21, 2018 for Magenic Technologies Inc.)
We all love a good story. A fellowship of travelers on a quest to destroy a magic ring. The hasty judgements and emotional reconciliations of Georgian-era English gentility. An NYPD detective coming to terms with his estranged wife while rescuing hostages from Russian terrorists. The act of taking a journey through mentally and physically challenging terrain, of coming face-to-face with adversity and accomplishing a resolution, yields a cathartic release and reminds us of our own humanity.
Read More… (Originally published July 20, 2018 for Magenic Technologies Inc.)
As people, we have been telling stories visually since our ancestors dwelled in caves. We may live in the real world but we dream beyond it. Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) allow us to break out of the “real world” and into something new. Done right these technologies can fundamentally enhance or expand your business capabilities and the experience of your users.
Read More… (Originally published October 16, 2017 for Magenic Technologies Inc.)
Interviewed for “Information Design Workbook: Graphic Approaches, Solutions, and Inspiration + 30 Case Studies” by Kim Baer Pg. 26-27: Litigation Graphics Case Study (Interview with Airan Wright, Jeff Isler)