If you'd like to see my presentation of my intern project to Mozilla, please go here to see the video. I also wrote a blog entry, "Communication touchpoints: how can Mozilla improve?" for the Mozilla UX blog about my work, located at https://blog.mozilla.org/ux/2013/10/communication-touchpoints-how-can-mozilla-improve. And if you'd like to read some of my casual observations on being a first-timer in Bogotá, another of my blog entries, "Bogotá Travel Notes From Our Summer Intern" is also up on the Mozilla UX blog at https://blog.mozilla.org/ux/2013/10/bogota-travel-notes-from-our-summer-intern. Hot N Heavy Records Bay Area Bass Vol.3 Album Cover // photography, photo editing, graphic design Photo winter 2011, album art spring 2012 Hot N Heavy Recordings, a Bay-Area based record label, asked me to design an album cover for their Volume 3 release using one of my night photographs of the San Francisco skyline. I produced the following cover from my photograph for the digital album that was made available for purchase online on Beatport, Boomkat and Juno Download. The album topped the bass music charts the sites for several weeks. The album release announcement and music stream is available here.Life in Technicolor Personal Porfolio Website // web design, mobile photography Spring 2013 The previous version of this portfolio site, which like this one I also coded by hand, featured several of my mobile photography art pieces as interactive navigation menus. I've included a few screenshots below of the home page and design and writing portfolio menus. I've subsequently taken an additional semester of advanced web design, and while I enjoyed the color and liveliness of this early design, navigation of the site was more difficult than it should have been. Poster // typography, graphic design Spring 2013 As the final exercise in a series of typographic hierarchy exercises, we were asked to create a poster presenting a sample lecture series on campus at CMU. Limited to only four weights of the typeface Univers and simple graphic elements, we were challenged to use color to emphazize or complement our typography, with clarity and readability as the goal.