Here are a few tracks I have composed. More can be found at Soundcloud.
DJ Minimal Techno Mix. Originally formatted for 70min CDR. Divided into 5min increments and zipped.
DJ House Mix. Originally formatted for 70min CDR. Divided into 5min increments and zipped.
On a beautiful Saturday.
Facets for Twine 2.x, a semantic web application, are a way to change the result set from a search query. This usually just means filtering the results, but with semantic data, this can also mean changing the result set via links of semantic relevance and topics that have affinity to the original query.
Show the advertisers how their video campaigns are doing in a dashboard setting.
Ustream has many different types of properties available on their site. When users search, show them everything they hope to find.
Each Ustream broadcast goes through of lifecycle of being scheduled beforehand, then broadcast live, and afterwards becoming a recorded video. Some accounts like to organize by channels. Here is a way to keep things organized.
The financial team could use some help on automating billing and payout. The data gathering and brainstorm notes can be found here
Initial draft of a proposal for the Twine 2.0 service. Mostly concentrating on the ideas of "find" and "follow" topics of interest.
The registration at the time happened over five pages, which is a bit excessive. Here is a proposal on how to streamline the process.
Wireframes and interaction for a reader interface for Twine.com subscriptions.
Yippee! Made it to NYC to see the Richard Serra exhibit at MoMA. HEAVY METAL!
From the Members Cafe at Tate Modern.
Login & Registration for Britenote. Just about every site has these functions. Here is a recent iteration done for Britenote. Keep the login entry errors very general for better security and the registration ones very specific for best user experience. Coming soon, Facebook & OpenID integration.
Definitely did NOT want to miss this. Went to London to see the slides at Tate Modern during Thanksgiving.
Mp3.com wanted to provide businesses with an alternative to Muzak, offering more control over the music schedule and advertisements than ever possible before.
Mp3.com was able to procure a giant library of classical recordings. Users could access the music via a subscription. This is the interaction detailing entry points and flow for this service.
Mp3.com allowed users to send audio greeting cards from their site. Here is a document detailing entry points and interaction for this service.
Before Apple had iTunes, there was Mp3.com. My.mp3.com provided a way for you to listen to your music from an online interface without having to rip your CDs. Many of the features of this app have become standard for online music. This is the interface and interaction for the online service and for the CD verification desktop app.
My website circa 1996. There is a link somewhere in there to an even older personal web page. CAUTION: Many links are broken by now.