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The 2015 World Development Report discusses insights on how people make decisions and provides a framework to help development practitioners apply them to policies.


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The Way to Go illuminates different forms of transportation and the infrastructure that supports them. Published by Penguin Press.


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Signage for a private school.

1-2: Entrance lettering
3: Main hall wayfinding
4: Athletics department mural
5: Custom plaques for sports teams
6-9: Physics department mural



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A series of information graphics designed for GOOD Magazine.

1-2: Flight delays in US airports
3-4: Aid for the earthquake in Haiti
5-6: Campus acreage
7-9: Volunteer categories by age
10-11: Graduation rates
12-13: Charter Schools

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Commissioned by The Guardian to visualize patent lawsuits in the mobile industry.

1: Initial design

2-3: Updated design adding litigation by patent holding companies

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Various projects for the Museum of Modern Art.

1-2: Concepts for the 2010 calendar

3-4: 2010 appointment calendar. The theme was ROYGBIV, with all images from MoMA's permanent collection arranged by color.

5-6: Concept for the 2009 calendar

7-10: 2009 appointment calendar. The theme for this calendar was "A Brief History," featuring images of MoMa's past.



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Infographics and animations created for the United Nations Development Programme.

1-4: The metaphor of a campus was used to explain privacy and access on UNDP's internal social network.

5: Introduction for mini-documentaries, each highlighting a successful initiative.

Designed for The Palatine Group.

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This book explores the interconnected systems that make life livable in the sky. Published by Penguin Press.




Logo for a foundation that strives to enhance music education in schools by donating instruments to underfunded music programs across the country.

Designed at Alexander Isley Inc.



Because the primary input method of the iPad is a single piece of multitouch glass, developers have incredible flexibility to design unique user interfaces. It’s hard to appreciate the variety of UIs though, since turning the screen off removes virtually all evidence of them. To spotlight these differences, we studied the only fragments that remain from using an app: fingerprints.

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Pomp and Circumstance is a lifestyle magazine based in Brooklyn, NY.

1: Wordmark
2: Cover image
3-10: Interior pages
11-13: Illustrations

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Consumer assessment report for
Ford Motor Company.

Designed for Avenue A / Razorfish


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"The Works", for Penguin Press explores the hidden infrastructure that makes New York City work. In collaboration with the author, research was organized and the pacing established. Sketches of every illustration were created and a team of a dozen illustrators were directed to execute them.

Designed at Alexander Isley Inc.

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Interior graphic treatment for remodeled Aeropostale stores, consisting of storefront shades, panelled mural, and dressing room designs.

Designed at Alexander Isley Inc.

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Exhibit for The Maritime Aquarium featuring the real animals of Spongebob Squarepants. Sponge letters on the overhead signs and speech bubble IDs displayed inside the tanks highlighted this kid-friendly environment.

Designed at Alexander Isley Inc.

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Website for a bindery producing traditional and modern bookbinding.

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Cover designs for St. Martin's Press.


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1: Content marketing company
2: Music marketing company
3: Clothing line
4: Album title
5: Personal training studio
6: Music promotion company
7: Marketing consultancy

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Posters for a local restaurant.

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Website for a music promotion company.

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The goals in redesigning John Frieda’s top selling brand were to create a salon-influenced look, develop a consistency across all componentry, and implement a consumer-friendly visual hierarchy.

Designed at John Frieda Professional Hair Care

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