I recently revamped the Reports feature for Agrilyst, which gives growers deep insights into their indoor agriculture facilities.
I was looking to inject some more Hudson Valley flair into the home page, so I revisited an idea I'd been working on several months ago that I never used.
A year in, Agrilyst's web app was showing the marks of a rapidly-growing startup.
I led the redesign of the Agrilyst website, and did the front-end and back-end coding for it.
"We’re not the next Silicon Valley — we’re the first Hudson Valley."
As part of the #TechForAll series in the Poughkeepsie Journal, I wrote an op-ed piece about why it's silly to compare the Hudson Valley's rising tech scene with Silicon Valley.
In 2016, Wake — a design collaboration and feedback platform — asked me to lead an interview series for them.
The variety of projects can be dizzying. I’ve worked on sites with a million visitors a week, and apps with fewer than 12 users in a year.
I wrote an essay about doing design work for Fortune 500s, which was featured in A List Apart — an esteemed publication in the web design/development world.