Hi, I’m Eric — I’m a designer and software engineer with 7+ years of experience based in New York. I see software as a medium through which good design exists, and care significantly about craft and execution.

I spent 3+ years as a Senior Product Designer and Developer at the Museum of Modern Art, where I led product design, front-end, and digital strategy of the Museum’s website and other digital surfaces. Prior to MoMA, I worked at O-R-G, Google Design, IDEO, and LUST.

I also teach interaction design and computer science as a faculty member in the design programs at RISD and Parsons, finally solving the age old question of whether designers should code. I frequently collaborate on projects with Nazlı Ercan under the name Ercan–Li, as well as with Michael Fehrenbach.

I graduated with a B.S.E. in computer science and visual arts from Princeton, where I was the 2018 recipient of the Jim Seawright Award in Visual Arts. I have been an invited guest to Princeton, Yale, NYU, SVA, TCNJ, Pratt, CCA, and UPenn.

Various Instagrams

Writing, Interviews, Talks, Panels

Selected Clients and Collaborators

The Museum of Modern Art, ICA London, Adam Pendleton, Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation, Miko McGinty, IDSR Architecture, Orchard Analytics, MGMT design, Karel Martens, The Brooklyn Rail, CUE Art Foundation, Yale School of Architecture, Ford, Sternberg Press, World Press Photo, Princeton University

This site is always a work in progress. My previous site can be found here.

Site last updated on Fri, Dec 2, 2022.