It’s been over 4 years since I told myself I’m going to build myself a new website. There’s been many ideas, revisions and scribbles in the notebook but how do you finally settle on a design that’s so personal to you.
Fusely is a simple to use platform for creating dynamic topic-based micro-sites from social media content. It’s a great way to offer an audience one place to experience the latest and best of what your community has to offer.
A timed painting of an asteroid entering through the clouds in order to try to master digital matte painting within Photoshop.
AllPopNews takes the most popular posted articles from some of the most trafficked sites on the web and ranks the results based on an algorithm that looks at how much it was shared across various social media platforms over time.
A minimalist logo and website design for this fledgling company specializing in audience research and attainment via various social media channels.
A colourful and simple bar chart to show the number of meet-ups in the UK that focus on technology, design and business.
This is the map of international diplomacy according to Twitter, showing who follows who amongst all of the worlds leaders who have an account registered on Twitter.
The newly re-launched Search Engine Watch runs on version 2.0 of the Ultra Knowledge Content Marketing Hub, and with a feature rich and easy to use layout it’s easy to see how it smashed all previous records.
During the 2010 FIFA World Cup held in South Africa, a series of visualisations were created using O2 SMS activity data in the UK showing network activity fluctuations during the England matches.
A visualisation exploring the travel habits of 6 notable tech evangelists who travel the globe for business and pleasure.
An international artistic project run by Hype Up Gallery asked designers across the world to convey what America means to them.
Real-time news and blog aggregation websites built under the Ultra Knowledge brand of Relish Networks as a demo to showcase features of the content marketing technology.
In 2009 the Design Museum in London, UK asked me to be one of their designers in residence. The museum asked me to explore the way-finding system within the building and create something slightly different than the more traditional signage of other public spaces.
A flow chart showing the complex money transfers of a Ponzi scheme orchestrated by Tradex, and directed by Art Ferdig.
An experiment in redefining the way we consume news by ranking and sorting content based on who said what, and how many news sites and portals used that persons quotes when writing the article.
Clever branding and clean info-graphic illustrations help to explain a complex automated closed captioning service on this highly praised website.
A series of experiments exploring how The Guardian newspapers can be visualised in order to artistically show the content of a newspaper in more engaging and attractive ways.