LA Funtimes… with the Leica Q (Typ 116)

I recently bought the new Leica Q from Ken Hansen (if you want great Leica dealer–I highly recommend him) and was lucky enough to be able to take it for a spin during a trip to Los Angeles. View some photos in the gallery. This was the first time I’d used the camera, but wow, what… Continue reading LA Funtimes… with the Leica Q (Typ 116)

Introducing my latest project: Google’s New Logo & Identity

Most of the stuff I work on is confidential so I don’t get to share it publicly—but my last project could hardly be more visible. I’m not going to write lots about it as there’s already plenty of coverage out there. All I wanted to say is that it’s the meatiest (and most rewarding) thing I’ve ever tackled. We kicked the project… Continue reading Introducing my latest project: Google’s New Logo & Identity

Project Soli: a new radar based wearable technology

I’m excited to be able to share something I’ve been working on with team at Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) group over the past few months. Project Soli is a new technology that uses radar to enable new types of touch-less interactions. My team worked on the overall project design + branding, early interaction ideas and use-cases, demo… Continue reading Project Soli: a new radar based wearable technology

Hello Google

It’s Sunday evening. I’m a bit all over the place after getting off a plane late last night – flying to New York to start a new job, tomorrow, at Google Creative Lab. Yep. It feels strange to write that. I’ve talked about it before a little bit; but have only just found the breathing… Continue reading Hello Google

TweetFuel. A new(ish) experiment from Stinkdigital

Tweetfuel from Stinkdigital on Vimeo. TweetFuel is an Arduino-controlled experiment that uses the Nike+ FuelBand to measure the health of our Twitter account. This is something I meant to write about a long time ago. I also wanted to write a detailed and smart post about how and why the project came about, what it’s… Continue reading TweetFuel. A new(ish) experiment from Stinkdigital

The Animals House of the Rising Sun (Old School Computer Remix)

You may have heard classic tunes recreated on barely functional pieces of electronics before, but this is a really impressive effort. All made using: a. HP Scanjet 3P, Adaptec SCSI card and a computer powered by Ubuntu v9.10 OS as the Vocals. (hey, the scanner is old) b. Atari 800XL with an EiCO Oscilloscope as… Continue reading The Animals House of the Rising Sun (Old School Computer Remix)