Last week I started my first week as a 2015 fellow at Gray Area and Stamen in San Francisco. It’s an exciting program and I cannot wait to see what the fellow and immersive artist are able to build in a short 10 weeks. Here and Now I’ve been looking real-time sources of urban data in… Read More First Week of Creative Code Fellowship
In the past year, a wealth of new web tools have emerged to help with web-based GIS and spatial analysis.
Things I learned at the 2015 Market Street Prototyping Festival in San Francisco… Read More Observing People and Prototypes on Market Street
I recently took a course in artificial intelligence and wanted to create some visual examples of different methodologies. Specifically, I played around with different search strategies for planning and routing problems.
… Read More Pathfinding Library for Search Algorithms
Improving user information and choice while reducing congestion. This post explains my submission to Ford’s 2014 Traffic Tamer challenge, which is a competition for creating mobile and in-car apps that reduce congestion in London and other cities. Park 2 Go is a mobile application for park-and-ride commuters and travelers to the greater London area. The… Read More Park-and-Ride Mobile App
I’m writing this post for my own memory if nothing else. A year is an arbitrary marker of a person’s intellectual growth, yet it works for me. It is useful to go back over notes and recall things I read about and studied earlier in the year. Sadly, I didn’t finish many novels or creative non-fiction this past… Read More Things I Read and Learned in 2013
I’ve been working on a design technique for visually representing user scenarios for transportation and other mobile experiences. When users are in transit or using a mobile device there is a special relationship with both time and space. Such scenarios and use cases could be modeled with flow charts or swim lanes, but such diagrams… Read More Designing User Scenarios for Mobile and Transit Experiences