A self-initiated project with Duncan Hoge that showcases Pokémon-inspired Nike shoes created with the Nike iD Builder.
A collection of run routes that I’ve mapped out and completed over the past couple of years.
From watches to phones and split shorts to long tights, here’s a brief look at the variety of runners that finished at this year’s United NYC Half.
Kicking off 2015 properly with a champagne chair dedicated to the Oregon Outdoors. This was a part of the Design Within Reach Champagne Chair contest.
An on-running post of excerpts pulled from Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi’s book on Flow.
Chloe Gottlieb, a mentor and fellow coworker at R/GA, once told me to push Run of Thrones to its limits. I did just that and this is what happened.
Run of Thrones combines my interest in running and my love for HBO’s Game of Thrones. Here’s more from my interview with Huffington Post.
One early morning, InDesign sort of made its way into the shower. I was like “Oh hey, what’s up?” and we figured out how it could work with Fireworks and TAP.
August 1, 2012 After working at R/GA for well over a year, this has been at the top of my […]
The Nike FuelBand was released earlier this year and with it, came a new metric, NikeFuel (NF). A lot of […]
A few days ago, Nike and R/GA launched (soft) the Nike 1thology Facebook app that I worked on a while […]
Two years ago, I wrote an article for SVA’s Interaction Design department while attending the program. Although it has been […]
Note: This quick tutorial is for people that are using Macs and are familiar with Fireworks and its page linking […]
Over this past holiday break, I took some time out to work on a gift for Sera who’s a huge […]
For the past couple of Halloweens, I’ve come to really enjoy hacking together costumes. Seeing everyday objects in a different […]
Four months ago, I journeyed out to Shanghai for an internship that i was originally skeptical about. The description was […]
In the “Designing for People” readings assigned on the first week of Thesis Prep with Liz Danzico, I came across […]