In February of 2010, a few weeks after Steve Jobs was on stage introducing the iPad for the first time, we were called in to Apple headquarters to present our vision for Inkling to Jobs himself.
This one-minute long typographic animation was developed for the Centers for IBM e-business Innovation.
Letterscapes is a collection of twenty-six interactive typographic landscapes, encompassed within a dynamic, dimensional environment. Go to Letterscapes (requires Java) Letterscapes received the 2002 Tokyo Type Directors Club Interactive Award and a silver award in 2002 from the Art Directors Club of NYC.
Money Plus is an interactive installation created in 2003 that looks for money on the Internet, by querying the Google search engine in real time.
In this interactive, animated map of European countries, the height of the country can be changed dynamically according to one of five data sets: GDP, tourism dollars, European identity, number of Starbucks locations, and cell phone usage.
I worked on a team with Elise Co and Paul Yarin to develop the Samsung Cyber Brand Showcase and Cyberconduits.
This large touchscreen kiosk for the University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School serves as a useful resource for the PennVet community.
In this interactive exhibit developed for the Honda Pavilion at the 2008 LA Auto Show, visitors could watch a safety test crash of the 2008 Accord.
Wordscapes is a collection of reactive one-word poem landscapes, one for each letter of the alphabet. Go to Wordscapes (Java required).
This self-initiated project involved the creation of a new phonetic alphabet for the English language that stemmed from the idea of sound symbolism.
These experiments in computational typography were based on my coursework from a class John Maeda taught at the MIT Media Laboratory in the fall of 1997.