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Graphicly 2011 Recap

Ed. Note: This is a repost of the summary shared on the Graphicly Blog. When I joined Graphicly a little over a year ago, we had two primary audiences: customers (those of you who buy, read, and discuss comics), and publishers (those of you who create comics). Each of these are familiar with a subset […]

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My Yahoo!

I began working with the first of several My Yahoo! product teams shortly after arriving at Yahoo! (at the tail end of 2004), and right as we began rolling out a new version of the product internationally. Since that time, I’ve worked on a number of upgrades to the product, including some to be seen […]

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Yahoo! Personalization

Universal Location Manager Default location pre-populates content on new home page Users of the new Yahoo! home page are now able to set a network-wide Default location on their computer, thus allowing any location field on the network (including the three on the home page) to pre-populate with their chosen locale. Users can also engage […]

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American Civil Liberties Union

The ACLU is always looking to generate content to explain current threats to privacy, social justice, and civil liberties. I began working with the ACLU in 2000 developing a series of information graphics for their website spanning a number of topics, including Women’s Rights, Prison Abuses, and Supreme Court case involvement: Timeline of Women’s Rights […]

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Island Def Jam Music Group

Final home page design Def Jam Recordings, twenty years after its inception, is still the #1 name brand in hip-hop culture. Having developed artists from LL Cool J, the Beastie Boys, Public Enemy, and EPMD (as well as more recent acts like Method Man, Redman, Ghostface, and more), the label was no longer representing its […]

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Publishing

Photoshop CS in 10 Simple Steps or Less Teach Yourself Scalable Vector Graphics in 24 Hours AS SUBJECT: “Future Design 2008” Digital Arts December 2007 “Take Ten New York” Moodboard Magazine September 2004 “Flash Frames: A New Pop Culture” by Laurie Dolphin & Stuart Shapiro April 2002 “From Video to Animation” by Sara Booth Step-by-Step […]

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MF Doom Music Video

The MF Doom “I Hear Voices” music video was created to allow Sub Verse Music the ability to promote their artist at Shockwave.com. This piece was created by digitally “tracing” actual video and assembling these tracings frame-by-frame in Macromedia Flash. This one composition was then exported into a variety of formats, including self-running “projectors” that […]

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Illustrations

After the success of Stalefish Labs’ first game, “Inc. The Game of Business,” the company began developing Tall Tales trivia game, a trivia game focused on urban legends and myths. After developing the three legendary characters central to the concept, I illustrated and designed the multiple components of the game: everything from the packaging to […]