Here you'll find various odds and ends I've worked on over the years. Some of these projects are quick personal sketches for myself and friends, some are projects for university assignments or competitions. My aim here is to show the breadth of work I like to engage in, as I don't like to stay in one discipline if I can help it. Getting experience outside of my comfort zone is my favorite way to learn!
Some of these projects are unfinished or a bit rough around the edges, but I believe they show my growth and exploration as a designer. I'll be adding more here as I clean things up and find more projects that fit.
One of my favorite design exercises is crafting covers for Spotify playlists. There's something spontaneous and unique about being inspired by music, and doing work for friends and family is a joy.
Sunstone is a small open source ↗ ruby script for printing OpenWeatherMap ↗ information to the terminal for a given location.
These are some artifacts I've collected from various projects and competitions I worked on during my Computer Science bachelors at Northwest Missouri State University.
ChronOS is a comedic point and click puzzle adventure simulation game, in which you navigate a farcically unusable and dated operating system. This game was developed with Alex Gittemeier ↗ over the course of a few days for Northwest Missouri State University's annual game jam, and won the fan favorite award. You can play the game here ↗ if you're interested in seeing it in action! I created all visual assets for the game (aside from a few public domain photos), as well as music and other sound design.
This poster was designed by me for a project with a friend of mine, Jack Hill. Over a semester we explored distributed computing with a small raspberry pi cluster, and ideated a potential system for a distributed social network, with a lightweight prototype.
An office hours scheduler mockup that was done within 45 minutes for a hackathon challenge.
An iOS application meant to generate ambient music with added soundscapes.
An android application meant to aid with the timing of darkroom photo development.
This project was for a software engineering course, where our group was given a stakeholder within the college to design a product for; in our case a student engagement application.
This project consisted of an internet connected receipt printer that would print todo lists and weather information on command from a simple web interface.