April 2017 - Present

Wall Street Journal

Lead Product Designer


  • iOS app: A member of the design team which rethought and rebuilt the iPhone/Android app.
  • Olympics 2018 site banner for medal count.
  • Video Series Video Page: A new presentation page for videos which are part of a named series
  • Video Series Index
  • Live Coverage: A complete redesign of the reader-facing live coverage experience, including adding a highlights view, better pinned media presentation, and breaking the reporting into pre-, during, and post- periods.
  • Commenting: Overhaul of the commenting component for articles, including adding features and processes for reducing the discourse toxicity which had been prevalent.
  • Market Data tables: Designed a comprehensive system for data tables, particularly as they’re used for various market and economic information.
  • Market Data pages: Redesign of every one of our Market Data pages, numbering in the dozens.
  • Image Grid: A new visual way for editors to present a collection of articles.
  • Tappable Stories: Designed a new storytelling experience which puts a focus on short snippets of information and visuals.
  • Breaking News: Redesigned the Breaking News banner which appears below the header.
  • Article Subheads: Adjusted our typeface system for article subheads
  • Article Pull Quotes
  • Share Tools: New design for the article share tools, focusing on
  • Article Actions Bar: new layout for font-size adjustment, print, article saving, and commenting count/link
  • Article Slideshow Inset
  • Fullscreen Image Slideshow
  • Secure Drop page and link: Advertising the WSJ’s ability to receive secure tips from readers.
  • WSJ 101: A collections of pages and features for educating new-to-finance readers on terms and definitions related to markets and economy. [Deprioritized and never launched.]
  • New WSJ Homepage Redesign: A member of the team redesigning a new homepage experience. [Deprioritized and waiting for a future release.]
  • Summer Interns: hired and managed the interns who join us every summer.
  • Homepage Podcast Player: for presenting the daily podcast The Journal.
  • Assisted in moving entirety of WSJ.com from it’s use of Chronicle and Whitney typefaces to Escrow, Exchange, and Retina.
  • WSJ Exclusive: Design of the presentation for stories in which WSJ reported first scoops.

WSJ Editorial Tools

Design on these major products, plus many simple applications:

  • Newsgrid: Newsroom planning tool
  • Authoring: Article writing/publication experience
  • Live Coverage: Unique tool for writing and publishing live coverage reporting
  • Image Manager: image search, upload, and cropping tool
  • Chartlos: Chart creating and publishing tool
  • Transcriptions: an audio/video transcription creation and editing tool

July 2015 - April 2017

Freelance Full-time

Dow Jones

Front-End Designer working on Wall Street Journal projects

The Barnes Foundation

  • Design and development of a microsite for their education department — Barnes Classes. Built with Squarespace.
  • Design and development for a donation microsite — give.barnesfoundation.org. Built with Squarespace.

The Dot Blockchain Music Project


  • Sub-contract work for Acquia: UX/UI design and front-end development for an as yet unannounced, unreleased product.
  • Sub-contract work for the new AIA.org (The American Institute of Architects): front-end development and some minor design. (We also designed and developed a brand new CMS during this project, which is planned to have an open-sourced release soon.)
  • Development of the CardStack website.


  • Design and development of Portigal.com for the very knowledgable and very kind Steve Portigal.


  • Mailchimp email template design.

Run or Pass

  • UX consulting for an iOS app.

Alice & Fain

  • Album art design for Be Still EP.

Hillary For America

  • Volunteered a dozen hours working for the campaign design department.

January 2014 - July 2015

Brooklyn Museum

Web and Product Designer

Ask Brooklyn Museum

Read the case study. Reviews from The New York Times and The Verge.

  • Project Branding and style guide design.
  • iOS app design.
  • Web app design and some front-end development.


Read the case study.

  • Content audit of the old website
  • Full redesign of the Museum’s website.

Gallery Touchscreens

  • Design of iPad and touchscreen interfaces for Museum galleries.

August 2010 - June 2014

Freelance Part-time


  • Fly’s Eye Films
  • L-Train Films
  • 587x286
  • Isle of Rhodes (band)
  • Clay Fain
  • Denizen
  • Hirschen Singer & Epstein
  • Kick Republic
  • Proper Cider
  • Rob Farren
  • Wee Beastie
  • Air Master
  • Jon Baker
  • Machine Dream Records
  • Mediander
  • Editor’s Collective