iPad app

WikiNodes, a visual Wikipedia browser for the iPad

WikiNodes is a visual browser for Wikipedia on the iPad. Based on the SpicyNodes information mapping technology, the app displays articles as nodes that you can touch, drag, and spin around. The design challenge was to create an user interface (UI) that will allow users to explore Wikipedia content through the relations between articles and between different sections within an article, making information easier to assimilate, in a more engaging manner. The application maintains an unique visual style while hinting at the association with Wikipedia through the application icon.

Spring Ahead & Fall Back, an iPhone and iPad app

Spring Ahead & Fall Back is an app for iPhone and iPad that enables users to discover when and where Daylight Saving Time events take place, and when they should switch their clocks. The design makes use of stark contrast, subtle lighting effects, as well as seamless transitions to create a compelling and fluent user experience. An extensive set of unique icons and illustrations reinforces the distinctive look and feel of the app.

WebExhibits, 'Drafts' Exhibit

Launched in 1999, WebExhibits was one of the first online museums, and now receives over eight million visitors each year. The web site presents interactive exhibits covering science, technology, engineering, mathematics, humanities, and culture. Part of the WebExhibits online museum, the new 'Drafts' exhibit provides insight into the creative processes leading to exceptional works. The provided designs construct the metaphor of a creative person's desk and are adapted for delivery both on the web and as an Apple iPad app.