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Moving away from San Francisco was one of the hardest decisions I’ve had to make in my life. When I look back at my time living in the city by the bay, I remember the gentle caress of the sun at Delores park, the vibrant murals of the Mission, and the love that drives this beautiful city.

Taste Test
Taste Test
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Taste Test was an interactive touchscreen exhibit that myself and a team of awesome designers made for The Magic House Children’s Museum in Kirkwood, MO. On my all-star team was Allie Nothum, Robert Koh, Nick Banjai, and myself.

User Experience
Minimize Reading. Too Much text turns an interactive experience into an intimidating amount of work.

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Visual
Color and Illustrations. Distinctive colors and simple illustrations will help convey instruction and information.

Educational

The basic principles of taste. We learn faster when the operation is task-focused, simple, and consistent.

Drag and Drop
Intuitive interactions. Drag and drop is a common user interface feature that has become intuitive for both adults and children.

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Height Placement
Easily accessible. All interactive features are place in the lower reigon in order to be reachable for small children.

Task Focused
Simple interactions. Simple, task-focused interactions are highly conductive to learning and digesting information.

Taste Icons

  • Saltysalty
  • Sweetsweet
  • Bitterbitter
  • Soursour

Food Icons

  • French Friesfries
  • Pretzelpretzel
  • Peanutspeanut
  • Potato Chipchip
  • Popcornpopcorn
  • Cupcakecupcake
  • Lollipoplollipop
  • Appleapple
  • Cocoacocoa
  • Iced Teatea
  • Coffeecoffee
  • Grapefruitgrapefruit
  • Lemonlemon
  • Picklepickle

Camp Tribulation

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This is the story of a failing internet comedian who sets of on a journey in to the woods to leave civilization behind. Having never set foot in the wilderness, he soon finds himself unprepared and in way over his head.

Ntac
Ntac
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Ntac IconNtac is taking your business card to a place it’s never been before… Your phone. Simply tap the tops of your phones together to exchange Ntacs.

But what if you meet someone that doesn’t have the Ntac app? We’ve got that covered too, just take a picture of their card and their info will be recoded and stored in your TacBook.

With endless ways of designing your own Ntac within the app the pageantry that once existed in sharing a business card is back and better than ever before.

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Just like you’d flip through a rolodex, you can flip through your Ntacs in your TacBook. Your Ntacs are stored and organized by name, company, field, and where you collected the Ntac.

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One of the greatest features of Ntac is the TacMap which allows you to see who has your Ntac in their TacBook, and the path that it took to get there. The TacMap will show you how far your network reaches and the Ntacs you’ve collected along the way.

Greater Oregon Wellness Network

 

Overview
Grown (Greater Oregon Wellness Network) is a health network that specializes in cannabis treatment options. Grown is a member owned and operated non-profit organization that provides compassionate free or low-cost alternative treatment options to low-income members with debilitating injuries or diseases. Grown will serve the entire state of Oregon, but each location will be concerned, first and foremost, with the community they’re located in. Grown is a professional organization that offers a clean, comfortable, modern, establishment to its’ members. Grown will only offer the highest quality lab tested cannabis flowers to ensure the most accurate treatment options.

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Grown promotes vaporizing, or eating our cannabis over the traditional smoking method.

Grown will have a substantial seating and area with vaporizers at each table for our members to use whenever we are open. This will promote members to sit down, relax, and medicate together, building a friendly community atmosphere.

The best way to gain community support for our organization is for grown to host events and benefit events out in the community. The more Grown’s compassionate and professional presence can be felt outside of our establishments, the more support we will receive from the community.

While inside, we ask that our members not use their mobile electronic devices, because we believe that stimulating conversation is more than enough to replace social media. If you need to use your phone, we ask that you just simply step outside and rejoin us when you’re finished.

We will provide a wide selection of cannabis infused edible treats, lotions, drops, and salves in addition to our expansive menu of individually packaged cannabis indica, satvia, and hybrid flowers.
Every member of our staff will be trained to offer advice to our members about which strains and products work best for our member’s ailments.

Grown Storefront

 

Living For Revolution

I created a fictional event centered around hip-hop artist and political activist, Immortal Technique’s documentary. The event included a screening of his documentary, The {R}evolution of Immortal Technique, and a lecture about life, corruption, and revolution by Felipe Coronel.

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Reflect
Reflect
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I created this design system to display the natural phenomenon, reflection.

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