I have never wanted anything more than I want this bulldog riding a rocking horse. (His name is Gabe, btw.)

(Source: africa-by-toto)

Love seeing evidence-based design research. Sure, I’d quit if everything was A/B tested to death, but it’s good to have something other than designer’s intuition to make decisions on.

After animating my Friday dance, I felt like cartoon John needed some coworkers. Here’s our Biz Dev officer Johnny. 

After animating my Friday dance, I felt like cartoon John needed some coworkers. Here’s our Biz Dev officer Johnny. 

It’s Friday. This is my happy dance. 

It’s Friday. This is my happy dance. 

New celebrity crush!

(Source: lawyerupasshole)

May is Mental Health Month. I created this short motion graphic to get people talking about mental illness, which not enough people do—despite the fact that it will affect nearly half of American adults in their lifetime. 

Last year, I lost my brother to issues stemming from his struggles with mental health. I’m hope this starts a conversation that will help someone else. 

The Queer Oral History Project Homepage

How is designing a digital space for queer experiences any different from other user experience design? 

For starters, you have to reconcile using check boxes to organize content with a community full of people who have spent their lives fighting against being put in a box.

I write about the social implications of design choices on The Queer Oral History Project blog.

The Queer Oral History Project is a new digital space for queer people to share their stories and connect with others’. 

Check out this 90-second video about why it’s such an exciting time for queer people’s stories then check out the site at qohp.org.

(I designed both.)

I can’t believe I had to seek this GIF out. My dash, you let me down.