A Party of Merrymakers in a Tea-house at Shinagawa

Torii Kiyonaga (Japanese, 1752–1815)

View of the Groote Kerk in Dordrecht from the River Maas

Aelbert Cuyp (Dutch, Dordrecht 1620–1691 Dordrecht) From the collection of the Met

Daily routine

List View

Overview of your spice rack. Displays relative amounts of each spice.

Item view

Concept for viewing an item in your spice rack

Spice Rack moodboard

Setting the tone for the app

Food Lab logo

The Food Lab, an ongoing column on Serious Eats, is launching a video series and book. The identity needed to reflect a sense of geekiness and passion around food. I began with the NASA "meatball" logo for inspiration, but brought some more contemporary touches that make it flexible across media.

Mesquite and Maple logo

Variation on the Mesquite and Maple logo.

Mesquite and Maple web site

Each color variation of the logo is associated with a season and used mainly during that time period. This element will extend into the physical space and be reflected in the print materials and signage.

Mesquite and Maple Identity

Mesquite and Maple is a hospitality business that's inspired by Texas and Mexican cuisines. The identity reflects the importance of seasonality to the food. It's inspired by camping, the outdoors and a sense of conviviality.

Food Lab logo

Example of the Food Lab logo in context.

Pieces of Sky

installation at Gallery Aferro, 2008

Pieces of Sky




Ten Bulls Show at Temporary Agency

November 2014



Paper prototype

I sometimes use PopApp to string paper prototypes together to test interactions. [link]

inVision prototyping tool

I've used inVision to test interactions with high fidelity prototypes. [link]


paper prototype

for an internal content management tool



Product prototyping

for an internal content management tool

Redesigned article page

Site relaunch estimated Q2 of 2015 with new brand.

#css  #front end development  #javascript  #prototyping  #responsive  #ux design

New logo for Serious Eats

Serious Eats needed a flexible logo that could work across screen sizes, mediums and contexts and match with a new visual design that had already been set. I started with vintage diner signage as inspiration and focused on communicating both playfulness and expertise.

This will be rolled out in Q2 of 2015.