It's safe to say that I'm a proponent of open source software, I suppose it’s difficult not to be nowadays. In an attempt to do my part and give back, I try to release snippets of code and get my hands dirty on existing projects in the hope that I’ll save myself and others a little time in the future.
Despite my eagerness to tinker with new technologies; form is as much of a priority as function. I’m striving to learn more about user-centric design processes, information architecture and human computer interaction principles. In the future I hope to use Dribbble as a proving ground for interaction experiments, but for now it serves as a hap-hazard design portfolio.
I found an old Polaroid Lightmixer 630 SL at a flea market in Berlin last year and was struck with a bad case of ‘notstalgia’. My unexpected excitement towards owning photographs in their physical form would later lead me on to my dissertation topic of tangible user interfaces and interaction design principles.