I build and design responsive websites with an emphasis on beauty, simplicity, and personality. I designed and co-developed the site of a NASA mission and am developing a site for an amazing non-profit. I've also made useful tools to help mapmakers generate colors and people show before/after images. I do some design consulting too.
In the summer of 2014 I provided design consultation to the International Space Station's web development team. Here is my mockup for a new homepage for their earth observations site.
Sample of a mockup for LROC's Lunar crater portal. This tool allows the LROC team to track and visualize the Moon's craters.
When faced with the problem of selecting multiple overlay layers for maps of any planetary body, I, together with Nick Estes, undertook a research project to explore how to select colors to maximize visibility and accessibility. This research led to a talk at the 2015 Planetary Data Users Workshop.Read the Abstract