My favorite kind of project is highly collaborative and process-oriented: asking you questions to help articulate your audiences and goals; drawing out the stories behind your work; sketching out a structure and form that communicates effectively; and building you a website that is solid, reader-friendly, and easy to maintain.
🏁 Recent Projects
American Ethnological Society — A modern site for the oldest anthropological organization in the United States, which brings together their quarterly journal, juried competitions, conferences, and online content.
Sara Hendren (website) — Carving new space for a portfolio of personal projects, while integrating with (and sharing the architecture of) a companion site dedicated to collaborative research and teaching.
Susan Inglett Gallery — Tailored content management for the 23 year program of exhibitions and editions at this New York gallery has helped improve both presentation and consistency.
Adaptation + Ability Group — Experimenting with the functionality and aesthetics of web accessibility in this open-source website for an academic research lab.
A 6-month long collaboration with anthropologist Caitrin Lynch and designer Sara Hendren, of Olin College, to produce an interactive archive that frames their academic research for a broad internet readership.
In collaboration with Sara Hendren, redesigned the website of this widely-known design intervention, distilling it to a single page and foregrounding the project's story and manifesto.
Pair-programmed with ethnographer Christina Xu, walking through setting up her own site to document research into China's creative culture. Answered questions and solved problems together as they arose.
All Projects (chronological list)
All Clients (alphabetical list)
This is an unfinished, ever-evolving work-archive. Please feel welcome to reach out with any questions or for more information about a project: