I'm a designer & developer from the Boston area studying at Carnegie Mellon. I'm particularly interested in cognitive and dynamic media; tools that facilitate thought and creativity in new ways.
Some other interests of mine include programming language theory, artificial intelligence, and communication design.
You can view my resume here.
alienbox is a menubar app for checking your reddit inbox.
it was built from the ground up with Electron, VueJS, and the Reddit API.
I developed and designed a time management and tracking app.
It has an emphasis on making every plan fit, with easy rescheduling and pomodoro-style timing.
I remotely interned at a local Boston-based startup called CabinetCloud with a team of 5 to develop a CRM product for local governments. The product would leverage smart government for local municipalities, aiding in their communication, organization, and analyzing with constituents. It received a microgrant from the Santander Urban Impact program, and had the endorsement of multiple local legislators.
My main work was to design user workflows and layouts for the web-based product. I kept the users, mainly local legislators in mind with my designs. A few months in, I was tasked with developing a full mobile implementation of the product.
To accomplish the mobile implementation, I sought for new technologies which would allow me to rapidly work on a cross-platform app solo. I came across a relatively new technology, called React Native, which allowed me to make UI elements composable and reusable, keeping design patterns consistent and understandable.
Unfortunately, the product's development is currently on-hold, but images of my work are available.
Over the Summer of 2017, I helped the Formlabs web team build internal and user-facing systems for the company's (awesome) 3D printers.
I developed several open source components for Mozilla's A-Frame VR platform, a framework which aims to make WebVR development more accessible.
They focus on implementation of the HTML5 canvas API on a flat VR surface, opening potential for 2d interfaces, text, images, and graphics within a virtual world.
I developed the brand identity, materials, and website of a series of Massachusetts high school hackathons with over one hundred attendees.
The events were hosted at the MIT Stata Center in Cambridge and Canopy City Coworking in Somerville.
In the summer of 2016, I participated in MIT/Lincoln Laboratories' first institute for high schoolers. We were tasked with an engineering project - automating a remote control car with multiple sensors and an Nvidia Jetson GPU.
I had the privilege of seeing countless lecturers visit to talk about working in the field of mobile robotics and automation. In addition, MIT professors and colleagues of Lincoln Laboratories conducted seminars on developing control systems, localization, and computer vision for mobile robots
I collaborated with August Trollbäck on writing a report following the program.
Tabmaster is a chrome extension allowing for easier management of stray tabs.
I explored how one can better manage their disk space with their Spotify offline music. What resulted was a concept that expanded upon Spotify's existing style.