As a form of applied research, this project and scholarly work explores the application of human-centered approaches to interaction design with particular emphasis on the narrative of digitally mediated user experiences often through the use of motion as a methodology for discovery, presentation and visual communication.
Much of the work is educational and/or heath care related and seeks to more clearly inform underserved groups, whether they may be employees, novices, volunteers, consumers, learners or children. In instances where the project is defined as speculative, the outcomes more often lead to recommendations that are implemented, as well as a realization on the client’s part that design research and creative discovery from the end user’s perspective is an important and worthy endeavor. See univeristy's bio.
Client list: adidas, Administar, American Automobile Association, Ashland, Bank One (Chase), Baxter, Beacon Health System, Bell Mobility, BMW Financial, Cardinal Healthcare, CIGNA Healthcare, Cincinnati Art Museum, Columbus College of Art & Design, Contect, Diebold, Duke University, Eli Lilly, Fitch, Flow of History, Hard Rock Café, Hope for Nepal, Humana, ICC, Intrep, Kodak, Luminary Digital Media, Luxottica, Memorial Hospital, Microsoft, MoreSteam, Motorola, National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians, Nationwide Auto, Nationwide Health, Paramount Plastics, Retail Planning Associates, Smart Temps, State Medical Board of Ohio, Stay Metrics, The Riley Group, Univenture, World Health Organization