A web app for tracking pedestrians and cyclists on city streets
How do you design an interface that allows a broad audience of scientists and citizens to easily access data and create visualizations?
Re-thinking the fertility tracking app
To live and imbibe in L.A.
Continuation of the This Is Not A Knob project for Productive Interaction. The project brief required that we use a rotating potentiometer (also known as a knob) in conjunction with an Arduino microcontroller, to create an audio or visual interaction.
Visual design and motion graphics studies completed as part of Data Agents, my graduate Media Design thesis project at Art Center College of Design. The project imagines what happens when we feed our personal data stream to a system of algorithms that can analyze it and make decisions on our behalf.
Visualization of Flickr photos that meet certain criteria. In this case, photos that were uploaded in the past day and are tagged with the word 'rain'. Each spoke represents a single photograph. A Python script runs in the background every six minutes, grabbing a new image, analyzing its pixel colors and adding them to a CSV file. On the front side, D3 parses the text file and builds the color wheel.