Technological Creativity and Interaction Design

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I am currently completing a degree in InterMedia/CyberArts at Concordia University in Montréal, where I expand my artistic practice and focus on electronic and performance arts, interaction design, and media research.

Previously, I was a freelance technical architect and developer with a focus on UI and UX. Clients with whom I worked range from ad agencies to game dev shops, from e-commerce to tech startups.

I advise clients and brands to implement user-centered experiences, rather than simply pushing for the latest tech buzzword. I work upstream in the creation process: analyze the client’s brief and then work with the strategy and the creative teams.

While I always favored projects with minimal graphical design, now I also ensure that the projects onto which I work implement accessibility and take user privacy into account.

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Less Disruption, More Contribution

Posted on July 5, 2017

A Manifesto for Creators and Makers to Consider Ethics Before Profits

As creators and makers–artists, designers, developers, and engineers–we have been complicit in allowing the unethical behaviors of marketers to succeed. We pride ourselves in having knowledge and skills that allow us to create anything we can imagine, so why is it that we do not speak up loudly when a project harms the public good? The time has come for us to act as gatekeepers, to resist, and prevent ethically-dubious ideas from taking form!

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