Redesign and discoverability pass of core artist and art term collection pages
Single Sign On
Design and front-end development of a unifed login across all of MoMA’s digital properties
Redesign of moma.org as part of the Museum’s 2019 rebrand and expansion.
Design, build, and maintenance of the Museum’s 31 informational and wayfinding screens
In-Gallery Page Turners
Design, build, and production of the Museum’s in-house page turners
A studio class focusing on computer science fundamentals. Students design and implement a software which lets them use the internet more mindfully.
A graduate-level seminar which interrogates the many definitions of the word “source” through readings and the lens of digital design tools.
Typography & Interaction, Parsons
A year-long graduate class, taught with Michael Fehrenbach, which provides a rigorous foundation of typographic and interaction principles.
A design practice with Nazlı Ercan. The studio focuses on brand and product design, as well as software development and creative strategy.
Identity and website development for a data analytics company for start ups. Ongoing product design and strategy consulting for their B2B MMM product.
A graduate level class on typography and interaction in the MPS program at Parsons. Cotaught with Michael Fehrenbach.
A graduate design seminar class at RISD focusing on how sources can affect the output of our design work.
Design and build of a website for Chris McGlinchey, a former senior conservator at MoMA. With Michael Fehrenbach.
Source images for an illustration by Ben Denzer in a recent issue of Wired.
Conversation with Laurel Schwulst about HTML and communication over Airdrop, over Airdrop.
Product design and front end development of moma.org and other various digital surfaces such as digital screens, design system, and in gallery page turners. Co-led design strategy for onsite digital experience touch points and COVID-19 strategy.
Brand, website, and publication design for Friends Indeed, an experimental gallery based in the Bay Area. With Nazlı Ercan.
Product Design at
A talk at Figma Config 2022 focusing on what it means to do product design at a mission driven, world-renowned, art museum. With Stephanie Schapowal.
Website design and development for Rivers Institute for Contemporary Art and Thought, a non-profit based in New Orleans run by Andrea Andersson. Also designed and produced digital publications as part of the organization’s annual programmaing. With Nazlı Ercan and Scott Ponik.
Design of the critic’s page for the February 2022 issue of the Brooklyn Rail, curated by Ruth Fine. The design follows a rigid column structure where type and image are treated as equal objects. Each spread is outlined by a black border to signify the page as object. The border also serves as an inking pad for readers to make their own “found” prints, with the printed issue as the medium.
Core Interaction 2:
A foundational interaction design and website development course for all communication design students at Parsons.
Studio Ercan–Li gave a talk on its design practice and work to Anthony Zukofsky’s SVA class.
Talking a Walk Across the
An essay for MoMA Magazine discussing how to use the internet more mindfully, and how the design of web browsers focus on efficiency rather than mindfullness.
UNIQLO Artspeaks: Marcel
An interview as part of MoMA‘s Artspeaks series discussing Marcel Broodthaers A Throw of the Dice Will Never Abolish Chance, focusing on its role in the design canon and its influence on my own work.
Curated an exhibition at the Broodthaers Society of America, WRECKED ALPHABET brought together over forty artists, graphic designers, musicians, and writers whose work engages the alphabet. My essay on Marcel Broodthaers, On Des!!!gn, was also featured in this show. Organized with Joe Scanlan.
Website development for Shanzhai Lyric, featuring bespoke image treatment and transitions in the canvas element. Design by Geoff Han.
Website for DABA press, with design by Alec Mapes-Frances and Adam Pendleton.
Yale CMS Workshop
Workshop for Mindy Seu’s class at Yale interrogating the role that content management systems play in the design process.
Rewrite and design updates for Adam Pendleton’s website using a modern CMS and web conventions.
An occassional physical and always present digital software shop, O-R-G small softwares publishes screensavers and other softwares by designers and artists, with occasional pop up programming as well.
A series of three essays cowritten with David Reinfurt titled When It Changed exploring the slow perversification of our relationship with technology and suggests ways for rescuing ourselves by way of ambient software. Edited by Meg Miller, these essays were included in the first Are.na Annual.
An occasional workshop featuring collaborations between me and Kelly Tan.
A book for Terry Winters, designed with Miko McGinty. For Tobias Mueller Modern Art in Zurich.
Software development of a peace clock screensaver designed by Zak Jensen. Included in Der Zyklus: Formenverwandler, a show curated by Sam Hart and Harm van den Dorpel at Full Node Berlin.
A typeface based on the forms of a Blinky Palermo piece. Edition of 26. With Joe Scanlan.
A curated quasi-digital/print cookbook featuring recipes by designers. The design of the website conveys the slow browsing of a cookbook, while still maintaining the democratic reach of digital. With Nazlı Ercan.
Design of the website, screens, and ticketing flows for the ICA in London. This included integrating with Spektrix and working onsite to deploy digital lobby screens and signage. With O-R-G.
Identity, digital, and collateral design for the Visual Arts Program at Princeton. Besides introducing an identity for vis, worked with students to use the program’s visual output as a medium for their practice, culminating in an annual thesis book titled Princeton Visual Arts.
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