FramerJS advocate and teacher. Previously: Google, NASA, MHCI from Carnegie Mellon. ENFP.
Google Now iOS
We spent a lot of time crafting the transition from the simple and familiar home page to the predictive Google Now cards on the search app for iOS. I'm lucky to work with such talented engineers who enjoy sweating the details in projects like this. Full screen view attached. Thanks to @Neway Lau for the minimalist iPhone template, and to Carlos for teaching me about AE corner pins. We're hiri...
Animated Gif Class on Skillshare
Animated gifs are very popular these days, but unfortunately can be a bit tricky to get right. In my new class on Skillshare, you'll learn how to record interactions directly from your iPhone, how to add perspective, balance colors properly, and some tips to keep file sizes down. And just for you dribbblers, the first 100 people to enroll using this link will be able to take the class for free...
Framer Welcome Window Iterations
In the spirit of Dribbble's original intentions of sharing process work, I wanted to share a bunch of the welcome window iterations I had the pleasure of working on with the fine folks at Framer back in May. It was super fun to collaborate with such a talented team. Shout out to the great @Jonas Treub on building and shipping it soon after I left. More info: http://blog.framerjs.com/posts/welc...
Side Project Mobile App
Fun side project from this summer involving mobile music things. Prototyped with Framer.
Berlin Dribbble Meetup: Travel Lockscreen
We had a contest here in Berlin where we were given < 2 hours to make a dribbble shot with specific requirements around what information needed to be displayed for a travel experience from Berlin to Tokyo. Here's my submission: an android lockscreen where you can swipe up to get relevant contextual information about your trip. I thought about using Skylines as the iconic imagery for the cit...
Free Online Prototyping Class
Interested in learning how to make custom interactive mobile prototypes with framer in under an hour? Take my brand new free online class on Skillshare!! Even if you've never coded before, I've made easy to follow along and learn how to make animations, respond to click/tap/drag events, and preview your prototypes directly on your device. Check it out and let me know what you think!
Slides from a Framer Workshop I used to teach at Google, and currently teach at various start ups, General Assembly, and most recently Whitespace. One of the more interesting pieces for students was the high level breakdown of each tool and what they are good for, which was to help folks understand that there is no de facto prototyping tool, it just depends on what you're trying to do (+ pers...
iOS Google App Colored Headers
One of my favorite parts of the new Google app for iOS is the colored headers we provide for web pages. We wanted to celebrate the unique brands of the sites you visit, and help blend the chrome in with the content to feel more like a native application. All you have to do if you want your web site to be colored is add a theme-color meta tag. We're using the same spec we provided for android l...
The new Google app for iOS
Today we launched a brand new version of the Google app for iOS. This has been the result of a lot of hard work from many talented people for the better part of a year, and I’m so proud to finally share it with you all! You can now get to Google from anywhere easily in one tap, view recently visited pages to carry on more complex tasks, and explore interactive maps directly inside the app. We ...
Google Now Reminders
Try setting a reminder using the Google Search app on iOS. Instead of a standard toast for the confirmation, we thought it'd be better to have the card transition directly into your Google Now stream to reinforce the notion that this is where it will appear later on. Almost like storing it in your pocket for later. Full size video attached
Let's Go Caroling
Try searching on Google for "let's go caroling" on your mobile or tablet device, pick a song, and start singing! So much fun helping out with the UI for this one. Props to Ryan Germick for the lovely illustration, and Jered and Michael on the great engineering on this little gem. Happy Holidays everyone!
iOS Google Voice Search
We finally launched the improved voice search UI on the iOS Google Search app! App store: http://nlev.in/KhjH Blog post: http://nlev.in/Kk45 Also be sure to check @andy stewart's fantastic work in the android version, which is what inspired this one: http://dribbble.com/shots/846728-Android-Mic (thanks to @jazzdebruin and @marshallbock for the device templates used in the attachments)