Trilogi Software Solutions

For the past 3 years I've been a consultant for Trilogi Software Solutions working on various projects for Educational Testing Service (ETS), the world's largest testing and assessment organization1.

Trilogi has been an incredible learning experience, allowing me to work collaboratively with very talented designers and developers. In this environment I've been able to continue my history of expanding—and improving—my design and coding skills. Starting from an intermediate level, I'm pleased to say that I've grown to contribute at the architectural and library level.

Among these achievements are:

Footnotes:

1. ETS on Wikipedia

Peña Pachamama Center

The Peña is a SF North Beach institution—A non-profit performing arts center and refuge of high-quality organic vegan raw foods.

My work here has ranged from websites to CD covers to posters.

Having worked with these delightful folks for over 10 years, I've seen their web-presence go from a single table-based image-sliced site, to a couple of mobile-first highly usable websites.

Some highlights of these are:

Wild Planet Entertainment

Sadly not in business anymore, Wild Planet was a great experience for me. My official title was Webmaster (from August '09 thru October '11) which meant that I was involved in a number of areas, even extending into Product Design and Marketing.

My primary job was to ensure the day-to-day operation of all 15-20 of their customer-facing web properties. I also contributed to a number of internal efforts, creating sites and processes to help manage Customer Support and more.

Some of my favorite things here were:

POP Interactive

An SF design company, I worked here from 2007-09.

Mostly I was responsible for implementing customized template-based sites for one of their largest clients.

Some points of interest:

SHN

Basically, SHN is Broadway on the West Coast.

Officially a Graphic Designer & Marketing Assistant (2004-06), my participation here included work in Print, Web, Video, and Audio.

Notable efforts:

Even Older Stuff

Prior to 2004 (and even after occasionally), my work included a number of smaller websites and print designs.

Sadly, most of these are lost to history. Fortunately, I’ve saved some copies.

Here’s a nod to a few of those ancient works: