Drawing and tinkering. These two things kept me busy when I was little. Years later these preoccupations became a drive, a passion — to understand the world, learn from it, and create things that make it better. This led me to study design.
I believe products should help people. They should enable people to become better versions of themselves. Better versions, as defined by themselves. I believe at their core, products should improve human experiences and complement the human condition. This is why I design.
I feel privileged to apply that passion at Inkling, along with like-minded folks. Inkling is a platform that enables businesses to share knowledge with employees, partners and customers anytime, anywhere. Watch a video about Inkling
I designed key features for Inkling’s main products: Habitat and Axis. Habitat is a SaaS platform that enables authors to create interactive, device-agnostic content, distribute it, and measure its engagement. Axis is a set of web, iOS and Android reading apps on which the content is consumed.
In school, a few classmates and I reimagined the digital experience for Leica Camera's iconic M-System. We also explored a radical new ecommerce site for Obey Clothing. For a game design class, my team of four designed and developed a ridiculous retro top-down game. For our animation class, two teammates and I animated a short film about stealing the Mona Lisa.
Two friends and I made the anti-Twitter, a group-messaging web app that allows you and up to four other people to converse in 140-characters or more.
I made a Chrome Extension with two other friends. It shows IMDB, Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic scores for Netflix titles.
Email is the best way to reach me: firstname.lastname@example.org.