HTML and CSS based display font (a decade prior to pure CSS lettering becoming a thing); designed in 2009 (in use 2009–2012).
Signing On — Editorial design for Create Magazine; designed in 2005.
Bespoke logotypes for web-based magazine and studio Velle, and imprint; designed in 2005 (in use 2005–2012).
Faculty Exhibition Poster
WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) — Montserrat College of Art Faculty Exhibition Poster, 3-color screen print on plexiglass, 18 in. × 24 in., printed by Anthony Landry (at Proletariat Press); designed in 2004.
More often than not, I design in code, in the browser, and sometimes in Figma or Sketch or any tool other than a hammer. (I’m open to new tools and workflows.) And don’t forget about paper, too.
I care about language, whether code or content. And all the details between design and development, from sketch to (product) ship. I also care about visual design and imagery, as much, even though they tend to come a little later.
I’m a designer who believes writing is designing (content first). And the importance of collaborating early and often with copywriters, marketers, managers, et al. Making content and experiences more accessible and inclusive is what I do.
I do and teach, an educator at heart, teaching design and writing courses. I’ve taught at colleges in and around Boston (make it in Massachusetts ) for two decades (and then some). I currently work and teach in Prague. Na zdraví!
After hours, you can find me out looking for the next foodie kick, salvaging old tech, or enjoying a rainy evening (at home).
Show and tell — a short three-part interview about teaching via Instagram: