What's in the oven

Gogobot Mobile

The gogobot mobile app is an on going project and by far the hardest one I've worked on. My experience with the web didn't help much with it, as I had to learn, almost everything, from designing for mobile to objective-c. In a nutshell, it's been a lot of fun and a great challenge, not to mention the frustations with objective-c.

Latest Work

Giant Hello

The Giant Hello website was designed for tweens (7 to 13 years old) who have outgrown the “kiddish” sites, but still not old enough to sign up for Facebook or MySpace.

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Giant Hello
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Facechipz

Facechipz.com was the initial idea behind Giant Hello. It started by using chips as tokens which was a clever way to make it a safer site for kids under 13 years old.

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Facechipz
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MySpace Photos

Being the most used feature on the site, Myspace Photos was in need of a more than expected re-design and front-end re-architecture to make it faster, easier to use and more social.

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MySpace Photos
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MySpace Customizer

MySpace profile customizer needed an overhaul to support all the new features introduced with the new profile 2.0. The goal was to hide its complexity with a simple UI design, making it easier to use.

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MySpace Customizer
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Designer Tweet

Designer Tweet is a Twitter link aggregator focused on web design and development. It was created during the An Event Apart in Boston that I attended back in 2009. It was the best way, for me, to study HTML5 and CSS3 at the time.

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Designer Tweet
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Oncemade

Oncemade was originally created to offer web services back when I was a full-time freelancer. Now days, it's a place where I share random thoughts about design and development.

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Oncemade
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I'm currently working at Gogobot as their mobile designer and developer. In my prior life, I worked for MySpace. I designed products and helped them to take the front-end engineering to the next level, participating in many key decisions. I'm a designer by heart, UI/UX nerd and type enthusiast, and a die-hard Lakers fan.

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