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Conference Journal

For this prototype, I combined a typical conference program with “bullet journaling” — a new spin on the classic hand-written daily planner.
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Wearable electronics

Hobbyist electronics, including technologies or concepts like makerspaces, 3D printing, or Arduino prototype boards, are quickly finding their way into the classroom. This personal project is my first step into a new playground.
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Planners

While I’ve more than successfully transitioned from paper books to ebooks, I haven’t been as enthusiastic about giving up paper calendars and to-do lists. I think part if it is...
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CSI logo

While at Massive Online University, I designed a logo for our now-defunct department, the Center for Support of Instruction. We wanted something that looked futuristic and technical, but also something...
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SoftChalk lesson

Training faculty to use easy content creation tools like SoftChalk is a delight. It’s fun to watch faculty find new ways to connect students and content.
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Video game class campaign

These advertisements for video game classes were designed with actual game boxes. The ads were successful, if by “successful” you mean students stole the ads off the walls.
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Blackboard manual

One of my former employers strongly believed in giving printed instruction manuals to faculty. I served as co-author on our Blackboard training manual. A short excerpt is included here.
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Report cover

In 2009, I designed a report my institution authored for a prestigious Beltway consulting firm. The professional appearance of the report was praised by our administration and by the client.
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Party invitation

This party invitation was created in about three hours using clipart. It’s a working cootie catcher — you can print a copy and fold it up yourself, the YouTube video...
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Flyer

I designed several flyers for NLC’s Teaching and Learning Team. This one, promoting a session on clickers, is an example of too-good design. Most instructors thought this was an event...
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Quick podcast

After receiving a slew of confused emails from students I ran to my lab and produced this video in under three hours. Quality was not the primary goal — demystifying...
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Editing

In the documentary Beautiful Losers, Aaron Rose made a statement that inspired me.
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Sharing with Google

Google helps you share content with your students using Google Groups and Google+ Communities. Which is better? This presentation explores the differences.