Category Archives: Visual Design

Kinfo

Kinfo is a familial social network designed to allow users to discover and document their ancestral roots, explore their living family network, and share media together. Advertisements

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Apple OS X Spotlight: an interface redesign

* Note: This article was written in June 2006 and reflects the Spotlight interface at the time. Apple’s Spotlight technology is great for two primary reasons: first, it is so tightly integrated with the OS that it’s index is always … Continue reading

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Sogetsu

Sogetsu.or.jp is the first site I designed as a creative director. The Sogetsu Foundation is the most avant-garde school of Ikebana in Japan, Ikebana being the Japanese art of flower arrangement. The client was intentionally vague on the brief, only … Continue reading

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The Tokyo Museum of Advertising (ADMT)

The Tokyo Museum of Advertising is a monument to the history of advertising, and this site is the kiosk complement to the physical site. The board members envisioned a webpage that could be used by advertising professionals to research all … Continue reading

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