About Me

I am an interactive user-interface, user-experience designer with over seven years of professional experience working with web, mobile, other interactive touch-screen devices. I fight for the users, develop awesome prototypes, and design the visuals to build apps that are both helpful and beautiful.

In 2012, I started my own business—Interactive Mechanics, an interactive user experience design firm that builds engaging, socially-conscious digital products for any platform.

I currently work for Azavea building web and mobile apps for educational institutions, local and federal governments, non-profits, and many others.

Interface & Experience

HunchLab 2.0

HunchLab 2.0 is the second generation of predictive policing software for precise evidence-based decisions. Using advanced machine learning algorithms, the platform helps law enforcement by predicting areas of crime activity and risk. By using the GPS location pulled from an MDT, smartphone, or tablet (prototyped for Google Glass), HunchLab also pushes valuable contextual information to officers in the field.

Designing for Multiple Platforms

HunchLab 2.0 was built to be used on a range of platforms by role: analysts and commanders at a desktop or large-screen display, officers in the field on their in-vehicle MDTs, smartphones, tablets, or even wearable technology like Google Glass.

Build missions

The "Deployment" and "Map" modes show commanders where crime is likely to happen, and allows them to create custom missions for their officers.

Manage your beat

Analysts and commanders are able to quickly update and change crimes, shifts, and other configuration options through and easy-to-manage interface.

Officers on patrol

Law enforcement in the field can receive all the data and tactics they need when on patrol and when attending to a mission area.

Batman, meet Robin

HunchLab 2.0 features Sidekick, an in-the-field assistant that provides officers with prevalent crimes in the area, relative risk, and mission notes based on current location. Sidekick is meant to be an unobtrusive complement to allow law enforcement to have synchronized information across any device or platform.