Online Museum Project: MUD
I founded a new online museum called the Museum of the Urban Desert (MUD) as the culminating project for my Master's degree in Creative Enterprise and Cultural Leadership. It is built on the Omeka platform. It was selected and sponsored by the Alliance of American Museums as the legacy project for the 2018 biannual AAM conference in Phoenix, AZ.
Video: Museum of the Urban Desert
I produced this video as an introduction to MUD, the new online museum I created as part of my MA applied project.
Student Showcase Video
A video I created using Adobe Spark to showcase some of the sustainability projects students worked on throughout the year.
Origins Portal: Extinctions
This was an educational portal I helped design with two other colleagues that acted as a supplementary educational experience to a closed workshop and public debate on the same topic. Note: The Origins Project dissolved in 2018, and the site no longer exists.
Website and Applied Project Handbook
I designed this Google Site as a hypertext version of what used to be several PDFs and supplemented the content with various multimedia. It is a handbook for students and faculty to engage in sustainability exercises for real-world, project-based learning.
Website & Toolkit: Dinner 2040
I designed this Google Site as a supplement to the Dinner 2040 event to capture the experience, the table notes, and provide a toolkit for recreating this event in and with other communities.
Online Exhibition: Tatanka
This website is a supplementary archive of a physical art exhibition I curated in a phICA shipping container on Roosevelt Row in Downtown Phoenix. I designed the website and layout.
Interactive Map: Phoenix Murals
This is a public Google map of murals on display in the Greater Phoenix Area. It also captures those that we know are now lost. It is an ongoing project.
Online Exhibition: Tagback
This website is supplementary to a physical art exhibition on local street art as part of a student group project. I designed the website, layout, and the Google map.
This is a collaborative digital humanities project I worked on with ASU scholars to develop a web application for a collection of rare, Yavapai newsletters written by Carlos Montezuma in the early 20th century. My role was Project Director of design and user-experience (UX) for the application. I also designed the graphic element and favicon. The project was funded by an Institute for the Humanities SEED grant.
Norse Romanticism Tumblr
A Tumblr social media account I used as a digital database for my thesis research. It is also an open access curated database. Purpose: to create my own interdisciplinary database of artwork, literature, scholarship, and historical documents I encounter in my research where I post a multitude of media and text types—whether curated from other places on the web or self-created.
Heard Museum Digital Strategy
This is a thank you letter from the Heard Museum regarding the digital engagement strategy I submitted to them following research and analysis of their website, reviews, and social media posts.
All Things Romanticism Tumblr
A Tumblr account and social media fan community for enthusiasts of Romanticism. Fans and enthusiasts can interact with the posts or submit their own. Purpose: to create a public, open access digital humanities experience that helps to educate and bring awareness to the Romantic period, what inspired it, and what it has continued to inspire. This was displayed as part of the ASU English Department’s “Come Home to English” Homecoming art and archives gallery in October 2013.