Interaction Design


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My primary area of interest is in re-thinking how we interact with computers, tablets, and mobile devices. Through deep understanding of user behavior, I have designed solutions to make pointing tasks more accessible for people with motor impairments; both for traditional mouse/trackball (indirect), and touch based (direct) input. I have also explored how situational factors, like walking or riding the bus, can affect input; resulting in a keyboard for mobile phones that adapts based on the way you are holding the device.

UX Projects


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With themes as diverse as music curation and ride sharing, these projects highlight my knowledge of design methods, focusing heavily on user-centered design processes.

Misc Projects


A couple of miscellaneous projects and tools that I’ve built that don’t quite fit elsewhere.

Mood Report РA self-report tool for logging your current mood. This was originally built for the MoodMusic project (rebranded Harmonik) as a method of verifying the accuracy of our mood-to-music association algorithm. It is in essence, a repurposed digital version of the tool that Russell used to create his Circumplex Model of Affect.