My design practice focuses on responsive, device-agnostic interfaces; on building resilient, accessible products; and on creating digital design systems at scale. Over the last two decades I’ve worked with organizations large and small, helping teams untangle even the thorniest challenges of working on the modern web.
In other words, I enjoy working on difficult design problems alongside good, thoughtful people. Got a project you’d like to work on together? Let’s chat.
You can hire me for an in-house presentation, a one day workshop, a week-long sprint or audit, or an ongoing consulting project. I tend to focus on these topics:
I know I coined the term, but I still enjoy designing web sites and services that work everywhere, for clients big and small. If you need a visual designer or a front-end developer—or both!—I can help.
Pattern libraries & design systems
My design process has gotten much, much more modular over the years—and I’m guessing yours has, too. I’ve worked on various pattern-driven projects for clients: from defining their first pattern library, to creating cross-product design systems.
Workshops & training
Say you’ve already got a crackerjack team of digital designers and developers. Let’s also say they’re taking on their first big multi-device project. I’ll provide the training and guidance that’ll help your teams do their best work.
Performance & accessibility
Designing for the web means our sites should be usable anywhere, on any device, by everyone. If your pages are a little too slow, or if your product’s dealing with some accessibility challenges, let’s work on those issues together.
Some folks I’ve worked with:
- Quicken Loans
- The Boston Globe
- People Magazine
- School of Visual Arts
- Vox Media
- The Sundance Film Festival
- The Today Show
- New York Magazine
- Stanford University
If any of that sounds interesting to you, send me an email. I’m looking forward to hearing from you.