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I design mobile apps, responsive websites, motion graphics, and a bunch of other stuff. Let's grab a cup of tea and talk, I'd love to meet and learn what inspires you!
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BFREE

BFREE is an amazing initiative started by the "Now You Know" YouTube channel, that is created to reward Elon's employees at SpaceX, Tesla, and The Boring Company for working on a better brighter future for all of us.
When I Heard about this I knew right away that i wanted to be a part of it!

So if you are an Elon employee and are working on something that needs a logo, hit the button below and get in touch for a free logo!
Get Free Logo!!!

Tesla Stock Footage

I started making some footage to help people reporting on Tesla and EV related topics.
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Motivations

What gets me out of bed every morning is the potential to move forward. Be it professionally, personally, or about a relationship. I thrive most when I work on new projects where there is room for me to grow by learning new tools or tackling problems I haven't faced before.

Logo Design Tutorial

Design without a designer - Chapter 3.
This tutorial is meant to give you the skills necessary to start turning your logos from sketches into Sketch files. Let me know in the comments if there are any logos that you’d want me to create. You can send me photos of what you’ve drawn so far if you want help with turning them into sketch files as well...
Logo Design Tutorial

Logo Design Basics

Design without a designer - Chapter 2.
You go on Instagram and you see a bunch of really clever logos, then you think to yourself: “My business needs a clever logo like those!” Alright. Let’s see what it takes to create one of those clever logos for your business...
Logo Design Basics

Question Everything

Design without a designer - Chapter 1.
I decided to start a series of blog posts called Design Without a Designer in an attempt to share my knowledge and know-how and some tips and tricks that I have picked up along the way with others. And I know what you are thinking right now. Why I, a designer, am talking about design without a designer?
Question Everything

VISPER

A secure chat app for iOS and Android. Get a peak at the design process of creating an app from scratch.
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Apps I Use For UI Design

- Sketch: Wire-framing and high fidelity design
- Invision and Craft: Making interactive prototypes and sharing them with developers and stakeholders
- Zeplin: Sharing assets and interactive prototypes with developers
- Invision Studio: Alternative to Sketch
- Adobe XD: Alternative to Sketch
- Paintcode: Creating custom designs and exporting the code for developers to use
- Origami Studio: Creating highly custom, deeply integrated interaction concepts
- Principle: Quick and dirty custom animations
- Flinto: Idea for playing around with custom animations for transitions between screens
- MindNode: Creating mind-maps
- Photoshop: Photo manipulation
- Illustrator: Turning AI files to SVG so I can open them in Sketch
- ImageOptim: Lossless compression of SVG and PNG assets

Pocket Social

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Soylent

Start Date: September 2015
Total Bottles Consumed: 1932
Time Saved: 80 days 12 hours
Total Bottles Smuggled "Imported": 228
Location of Smuggling "Import": Point Roberts

Personality Type: ENTP

The ENTP personality type is the ultimate devil’s advocate, thriving on the process of shredding arguments and beliefs and letting the ribbons drift in the wind for all to see. Unlike their more determined Judging (J) counterparts, ENTPs don’t do this because they are trying to achieve some deeper purpose or strategic goal, but for the simple reason that it’s fun. No one loves the process of mental sparring more than ENTPs, as it gives them a chance to exercise their effortlessly quick wit, broad accumulated knowledge base, and capacity for connecting disparate ideas to prove their points.

Problem Solving

I have asked myself what it is that I do, more than other people have. The answer is sometimes as simple as "I'm a problem solver." But most other times there is a follow up question: "I don't understand. What is it that you do again?" So I have to get a bit more detailed:
I solve user interface and user experience problems throughout a product's journey from concept to inception to updates and maintenance. That product can be an app, a website, or a service. In short I design user experiences.
Also I can solve a Rubik's Cube in just under 7 minutes