A content management and communication system for creative team projects, Facet streamlines file versioning and task assignment. It allows users to dynamically attach metadata and important conversations to their files through a live shared chat experience.
What are people willing to share without being prompted? How genuine are responses to questions like “how are you?” Built in Processing, this module streams live data from Twitter, exploring patterns in solicited versus unsolicited expressions of well-being.
APT is a service that allows apps to be discovered in the real world and not in an app store by delivering apps relevant to your location and situation. The service ambiently searches for relevant apps broadcasted locally or hosted in the cloud. These apps are filtered, ranked and distributed to individuals based on the user’s location and preferences.
The USDA food plans provide guidelines for healthy diets at four different cost levels: Thrifty, Low, Moderate, and Liberal. The plans factor in food prices, consumption data and nutrient content to create ideal market baskets and spending plans for various income levels. These interactive infographics educate individuals about food consumption statistics in the US, then provide personalized recommendations for food spending.
The Hello Project
MSM: Mobile Shock Monitor
BLINQ: Tangible Interaction
EMP Visitor Guide App
King County Libraries
Designing for Car Sharing
Emergent Behavior in Systems
Brazilian Coffee Industry
Seattle: Punishment Funded City
Uup! Your College Life
Ethos- a prosthesis for Cambodia
Modern Space – Efficient Kitchen Island
Flight Deck Concept Center
For Girls: A Biological Handbook
Beyond the Sound
New Chinese Student Guide
A Perfect Spy
Our Big Gay Debate
Division of Design Timeline
Power to the Commuter
Lego OASIS Physical Interaction
iUGO: a shock-monitoring device
How Are You, World?
National Parks Campaign
Carbon Emissions from Livestock