I designed interactive digital prototypes for large, public displays in the West Campus Utility Plant that made use of gestural, mobile, and sensor driven input methods.
I designed a digital support system for Amazon loss-prevention employees that presents task processes in actionable, easy to follow steps. The project won the University of Washington HCDE Capstone "Best in Show" award.
“Ted has the ability to balance form and function in unexpected but extremely impactful ways in his design approaches. It’s rare to work with someone who can take in the opinions, ideas, and feedback of so many partners and stakeholders then translate that into clear deliverables. Ted is extremely gifted in that regard.”
I designed the interface of ASTTRO, a tool for the Mars 2020 mission that allows users to explore Mars and create science targets.
A responsive, accessible web app for students in introductory chemistry courses. Content adapts to device viewport and orientation.
A high-fidelity concept that speeds up the delivery process by offering a quick method for inputting multiple addresses and an easy, intuitive way to manage routes.
I co-founded an after-school design and coding program for elementary aged students that reached hundreds of students in the Bellevue, Issaquah, Lake Washington and North Shore school districts.
Curriculum was focused on teaching a simplified design process – ideation and sketching, coding, testing, and sharing.