The big idea is to use design to guide people through tasks, processes, and information — simply.
But I am also practical and make the most of what I have. As much as the big picture thinking, it's the attention to the day to day details, harnassing the available tools, and collaboration that makes things work.
I started out designing and building websites, designed for print, and in the last few years made a determined shift into User Experience through formal study — books, articles, General Assembly's program — and through any kind of practice I can get.
In the mornings, after breakfast, I try to put in at least 15 minutes of Japanese study. Because I have two boys who speak it perfectly and because more culture and language is more perspective. Lately I don't have a commute so I try to get a couple of bike rides in a week. For exercise and for the thinking that is just being. And soon I will start getting back to museums and galleries even if I can't drag the kids along.
This site was hand coded and uses CSS grid for layout.
The font used for the website is Noto Sans JP.
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