My senior thesis project. ARTI is a first generation Kinect program that reads your biometric data (height, length from wrist to shoulder, etc) as you move however you want to in front of the Xbox Kinect.
We were a group of 6 with 3 New Media Designers and 3 New Media Interactive Developers. I had a hand in creating our logo, promotional video, and designing the gallery styled exhibit at Imagine RIT in the Spring of 2012.
A travel app that allows you to discover and explore interesting locations while flying over them. Perfect for any adventurous type and perfect for those who enjoy the thrill of finding new places whilst "road-tripping" ... which is what my family calls getting lost.
I worked alone from concept to UX, all the way through to final designs.
A college assignment done to introduce us to graphical user interfaces (aka GUI). This is the kind of work I do currently at Rauxa, however those sites I cannot show just yet. For now – Oregon is one place I will always consider home. I wanted to create a visually pleasing site that took into consideration how fun and organic the state is.
A title sequence designed for stop motion animator Max Lopez. I created all of the assets, a DVD cover, and then also did the motion graphics to make this come to life.
What started as a Father's Day gift turned into a freelance project for Rhino Precision, LLC. They allowed my Dad to use it as his personal logo however, and the result is pretty incredible. Check out the photo of the plaque he's going to attach to the inner workings of his jeep!