This is a project I did for my Electronic Technologies for Art class at UCSD. I designed, implemented, and performed the project, including the soldering and circuitry. The project was performed in the dark. Essentially the cube was made to be responsive to LED lights and resonded with different audio triggers depending on the sensitvity of the photoresistors used.
This is a project I did for my Digital Identity course at UCSD. The assignment was to build an online portfolio to present ourselves to the online community. The focus was to build aesthetic values as well as establish a professional identity online. I designed and created the website myself, along with all the content within the site. Now it serves to showcase some of my photography. If you are curious about the site, it is located here.
For a lot of my classes I am required to do user interviews to best understand user needs. Based on these interviews, I create wireframes, perform competitive analysis, and eventually provide prototypes, or high fidelity mockups. Below are examples showing my process of wireframing and creating mockups for an information architecture assignment about tea.