Tagged as: work
THE NIGHT ZOMBIE SMARTPHONES TOOK DOWN 911
Jessica Kuronen, Jessia Ma, and I collaborated on a story about reckless teen hackers, a vulnerable national infrastructure, and reckless social media influencers.
I coded some fun elements for this, like a shaking canvas illustration, custom audio players of panicked 911 dispatchers, and scroll-to-populate collages.
Think a Negative Tweet From Trump Crushes a Stock? Think Again
This illustration was never approved.
Year Ahead / Year in Review
I was the last one to choose my vacation days, so I was working late December.
How $1 Billion Made Its Way to the Prime Minister
Investigators say at least $3.5 billion was misappropriated from 1MDB. Here’s how they believe $1 billion ended up in the bank accounts of Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak.
Follow the money
WSJ Graphics Homepage
The Wall Street Journal’s Graphics team needed a place to put their work on display. They needed to show the most projects and to highlight significant projects that might be less recent.
With help from Jessia Ma and Dov Friedman, we built a little homepage!
Illustration assisting Jessica Kuronen.
Doing some identity design experiments for THUMBLAB.
Check it out! You can even preview what the site looks like on different devices by clicking the little icons.
Lightboard is an internal tool for visualizing and interacting with social media data on large scale LED screens. This project provided social media editors with optimal publication times by tracking performance over time.
Lightboard was a collaboration between myself, Nicholas Breeser, Olivia Glennon (who has her own fantastic documentation of the project), and Andrew Rehayem at The Wall Street Journal.