These are a few of the projects I've had the chance to work on. Click on any of them to learn more.
Making new friends gets a lot harder as an adult. Surprisingly, despite the sea of dating and meetup apps, there wasn't a simple way to platonically meet cool people.
BookAnyone is a platform that lets professionals sell their services, with providers ranging from tutors to chiropractors to electricians. But without a mobile app, providers who needed to manage their jobs, see their schedules and bill clients weren't able to do so while they were out on the job.
Root fills a need for live discussions about sports that attract can attract 40,000 comments in just a few hours by making it easier to follow the discussion as it happens, providing easier access to highlights data, and pulling in the best of what the rest of the internet has to say.
The team at Omicelo thought there should be a better way for renters to make sure they were protected from any wrongdoing by their landlords and be able to get advice from real people.
Thousands of people take the Washington State Ferries every day, but unlike similar systems like trains or buses, there wasn't an easy way to find and keep track of schedules, ferries, and cameras.
Seattle-based clothing company Yesler was preparing for the launch of a new technical hoodie to go up against premium brands like Arcteryx and Patagonia, but their brand and website didn't match the quality of the product.
Unfortunately, a number of my bigger projects are still under NDA. These include a large-scale consumer product for interpreting the entire collection of online media about any given news event in a meaningful way and an enterprise-level design platform. I can't show them here, but if you'd like to see samples of some of my other work, please just ask.