Sandwiches are the best! Easy to make, convenient to eat, and with no rules about what you can and can’t put on a sandwich they are an amazing foundation for flavor experimentation. Here are some that I’ve made recently for your inspiration. Enjoy.
YELP Removed my reviews of The Office of Citizen Complaints, Mission District Police Station, and The San Francisco District Attorney’s Office.
The best home fries (hash browns,
breakfast hangover potatoes, whatever you call ’em) you’ll ever make. And really easy to make.
- 1 medium size red potato
- 1 medium size sweet potato
- Panic bread crumbs
- Seasoning. (salt / red & black pepper / paprika / dill) or just some steak seasoning like I use.
Re-designing Tubi TV was a massive undertaking. First, the product spans a breath of platforms rarely tackled by any startup. Secondly, being in the still emerging streaming video space isn’t easy when there are network owned direct competitors like Hulu and Crackle with deep pockets; then there’s Netflix, beloved, paid, streaming service of millions, that (from a design perspective) always brings up the question “why is what you made better than what Netflix is doing?” Oh, right, I was the only designer. Neat. Continue reading Tubi TV Design
Working on the premise that discovering new music is hard. I designed XO to make that discovery as simple as possible; just listen. If you want to interact, you can. If you want more depth in what is or is not surfaced to you; that control is there too. If you want to know more about the music you’re listening to or share it or save it for later, all there. But not omnipresent like me/ share me/ do whatever buttons in your face. Simply, easily, discover music how you want to.
If you happen to be an investor or music company and would like to fund the development of this project please let me know.
When you’re looking for a new job you will probably start to hate applying and look for easier methods. According to linkedin: “applicants who apply to job opportunities on the first day they’re posted are 10% more likely to land the job.” The Jobs app is their take on solving some of those problems and help job seekers stay on top of their employment search. While my general review is that it works as a decent minimum viable product; I think it still has some problems to tackle. I guess the app has interesting challenges for the LinkedIn designers who are (hopefully happily) employed and have to try to put themselves in the mindset of someone looking for a new position.
In honor of having survived one year since being violently assaulted by her friends I am offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the the arrest and successful felony prosecution of Pauline “Polly” Zebrowski. Continue reading $10,000 Reward for information leading to the arrest and successful prosecution of Polly Zebrowski
Not a recommended experience due to having to see the person you’re suing. I did feel rushed at the end due to the court running out of time. But overall the court staff and judge were pleasant, accommodating, and generally seem to understand that it’s a difficult situation for everyone.
Oh, and you get to dress up in the monkey suit; always a treat in a town where a t-shirt and hoodie are considered business casual (thanks Zuck).
When interviewing for design positions, wether they are contract jobs or full time positions, the question of design process usually comes up. And while asking the question may lead to an interesting discussion, my answers seem, to me, to broad and vague (conceptualization, research, design, refine.. repeat) or drastically to detailed for a phone screen. So, this is going to be an experiment of my process for designing a mobile app. Hopefully delving into the details ‘a bit’ more than is reasonable for a quick interview question and seeing the real thought processes that go into a reasonably simple project.
A few years back I designed and built this step stool with a custom logo inlayed in stone as a christmas present. While a step stool might not seem like the coolest present; for someone that’s about 5’1″ tall it’s probably pretty useful.