A plug-in for the Chrome browser, The Modular Grid superimposes a leading, column, or modular grid over your web design comps.
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A semester project I designed and implemented as an assignment to my Queens College students in spring 2018.
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An interactive, slider-based web utility in which users can move individual sliders for hue, saturation, and light in order to see the RGB equivalent of an HSL value.
A web app that allows users to create a Sublime Text preferences file online, explaining fifty-one of the 101 options Sublime offers.
A Mac command line utility that allows users to choose between PNG, PDF, PSD, JPG, TIF, or GIF for their screenshot file formats.
A command line tool that allows users to enable/disable the creation of box shadows when taking screenshots.
The MIDI Pick, whose invention was published in 2007, is an enhanced, wireless guitar pick and controller that transmits serial data via Bluetooth to a computer running Max/MSP.
A six-channel audio installation consisting of 4 speakers, 2 headphone channels, and a wireless head-tracking electronics system that responds to roll, pitch, yaw, and direction.
A touch-sensor enhanced remote control designed and built as an assistive controller for a client with muscular dystrophy.
A photo collage of thirty-six different images taken at the same location for a splash page on the Web.
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An EAGLE-based circuit diagram for Redefining 5.1’s head tracking electronics system.
Using images provided as a courtesy from JoAnne McArthur from We Animals, this project is a Sketch design for a project to be assigned to my students in summer 2019.
A minimalist, monochrome-based web site design based on an existing set of black-and-white artist images.
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A web site—with a diamond-shaped navigation system—for the classical music collective Musica Reginae.
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A minimalist design for the syllabus to the course The Business of Web and Multimedia Design at Touro College.
A postcard flier for Noise Floor Music’s 2008 Outpost Lounge performance.
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A monochrome-based tabloid-sized flyer for the Queens College New Music Group.
A proof of concept wireless system in which binary (“yes” | “no”) questions are answered by reserved, shy students in a discreet manner using their feet.
A Mac OS X command line utility that creates spacers in the Dock.
A wearable, solar-powered battery charger consisting of forty-eight 4-volt, 100 µ-amp solar cells wired in parallel with twenty 0.4-volt, 1.8 milliamp solar cells that provides a trickle charge to a pair of AAA batteries.
I’m an educator, software engineer, and animal rights activist. I live and work in NYC.