(2012–present) — John Jay College of Criminal Justice’s library homepage, containing portals to databases, research help, and library information. I led the migration, redesign, and launch of the new Drupal 7 website (overhauling the previous site) and continue to maintain it. Nearly every semester, I lead usability testing with students, updating the site’s design iteratively. Selected blog posts about our use of Drupal »
(2014–present) — As part of the team of librarians and consultants that created this project at Lloyd Sealy Library, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, I collaborated in designing the user interface, trained my colleagues in using the CollectiveAccess system, and planned and executed multiple collection migrations. I also convene the CollectiveAccess User Group in New York City, which meets quarterly. More about this project »
(2014–present) — A personal project for my family. I scanned and cataloged over 200 of my grandmother’s WWII-era letters, then made them available to my family using Omeka. I’m slowly transcribing every letter in the collection with the Scripto plugin.
(2011–present) — Explore my book collection through photos of my bookshelves as-is. I made this micro-site as a way to try using CSS gradients & web fonts.
(2010–2013) — A collaborative online guide of resources and best practices in digital humanities data curation. Sole UX designer/researcher. Managing co-editor. HTML, CSS, XML, XSLT, jQuery. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The website is still up and running but with an altered design.
(2010) — Site design concept. WWP updated the site in 2012 with modified version of my design. Center for Digital Scholarship, Brown University. (I also designed the logo.)
(2009) — UI designer. Center for Digital Scholarship, Brown University.
Open Brown concept
(2008) — Site concept and design. Center for Digital Scholarship, Brown University.
(2008) — Site concept and design for Archaeology department. Center for Digital Scholarship, Brown University.