to learn more about something is to build with it. Below, you'll find a selection of my past and present projects investigating how people and technology can get along better in the future. Some grew out of university classes I taught, others were purely research, and some became businesses of their own. All of them run on the same thing: curiosity.
I believe that technology can and should be designed to bring us closer to others, for a world with more kindness, more empathy, more exchange.
I believe that design has great potential to transform ideas into reality—to (literally) put potential futures on the table for dialogue, discussion, iteration.
I believe that we humans are sensory beings, and that design should recognize this as a fundamental principle. Through design, interactions with the digital world can tap into our human needs to see, touch, feel.
I believe that when we engage with technology, we can also engage with ourselves—and that design can facilitate this reflection and self-awareness.