Hosts for Humanity

During Make-A-Mark Baltimore 2019, hosted by idfive, I worked with a user experience designer and creative director to produce a style guide, logo, journey map, and low- and medium-fidelity web app prototypes for the nonprofit Hosts for Humanity. Two web developers brought the basic website to life. Hosts for Humanity helps people visiting Baltimore forContinue reading “Hosts for Humanity”


I started the TenderEyez project in the fall of 2019 using autoethnographic methods to explore some of the questions explored in my master’s thesis work at the intersection of smart home/city devices such as smart home security cameras and systems that detect, reflect, and/or respond to emotions, mood, personality, and so on (affective computing). BuildingContinue reading “TenderEyez”