The soundtrack for this book-promotion video is based on a composition I wrote in the early-swing/hot-jazz style of Django Reinhardt—hence its name, “Go, Django, Go.” Read more
Of the local musicians and performers I’ve been photographing, nearly all have their own pages. Friending them and tagging their photos on my page helps me build a base of potential clients
My website client Carolyn Koehnline wanted to give prospective clients a sense of her psychotherapeutic style. Since she uses guided visualization in her work, I suggested offering one exercise as a video.
YouTube integrates easily with websites and social media, and its built-in search engine
When Seattle’s Museum of Flight set out to install their International Space Station (ISS) exhibit, they hired me to design and develop the Flash content delivery system for an interactive, touch-screen kiosk.
ConfrontingClutter.com is the website of Carolyn Koehnline, a Bellingham psychotherapist who successfully uses a combination of formal psychotherapeutic techniques and creative exercises to help clients clear space for what they want in life.
When I created Carolyn’s first website in 2009, I made a point to understand her work, her target audience, and her personal style.
I was given a storyboard and assets, including PSD and video clips. The task was to create a scrollable, interactive game browser with e-commerce links so that viewers could browse the Nancy Drew games by HerInteractive, watch a video preview of each game, and go to the order page.
This award-winning online learning module was created by an interdisciplinary team at University of Washington. Built in Flash, the interactive course teaches graduate engineering students learn about molecular biology through the use of:
- Interactive graphics
- Audio narration
- Video content
- Drag-and-drop exercises
- Multiple-choice exams (with built-in remediation)
- Dynamic placeholders that allow learning to span multiple sessions