This is not a full portfolio of my work, but rather a selection of works I played a significant role in. While I’ve worked on hundreds of websites since 2003, only work where I play a larger role in the company/project will be featured here.
In 2008, some friends and I started discussing a possible collaborative project. After a few months of planning, we launched the UX Booth, both a publication for user experience enthusiasts as well as a periodic public usability review for community submitted websites. We eventually phased out our usability reviews, and we now function as a valuable resource “by and for” the user experience community.
With over 30,000 collective subscribers, the UX Booth continues to grow as we plan our next iteration of the site. The Booth has matured to be more than just a platform for us to talk on though—it’s also home to articles by many others in the community including the likes of Bill Scott (Designing Web Interfaces), Nate Bolt (Remote Research), and Kevin Hoffman (User Experience Director at Happy Cog).
The UX Booth is currently operated by Andrew Maier and Matthew Kammerer. In 2012, I stepped down from playing an active role in the publication. The fourth founding member of the UX Booth, Redd Horrocks, played a role in the sites start, but has since moved onto pursue other aspirations.
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Tutorial9 began in May of 2008 as a publication that taught aspiring graphic designs, web designers, and photographers. Through weekly published original tutorials and lessons, Tut9 grew a strong community and following of over 50,000 subscribers. In 2011, Tut9 began a realignment process that puts less emphasis on original content for the time being. Tut9 is currently not being maintained, but may be revisited again in the future.
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