HueMenorah

  • The work was installed at Boomerang's Special Edition on Washington Street in the South End. Here is a photo of the storefront before the piece was installed.
  • This concept sketch, drawn by Fish, was submitted as part of our proposal to the New Center.
  • Fish did most of the material fabrication and the mural. This is a photo of the assembled piece in Fish's studio. Photo: Fish McGill.
  • Here is the completed piece installed in the storefront of Boomerang's Special Edition. The piece was viewable for the duration of Hanukkah 2015.
  • A close-up of Fish's mural.
  • A close-up of the piece.
  • A close-up of one of the screens.
  • People could photograph themselves and post the photos to Twitter and Instagram with the hashtag #HueMenorah. These photos were manually added to the database of photos that randomly rotated on the screens.
  • A family stops and takes in the piece.

Faculty and Staff Directory Wireframes

  • The new directory allows users to browse based upon a name or department. Here is the alphabetical listing.
  • This is the detail of a selected person.
  • Here is the listing of departments, in alphabetical order.
  • Here is the listing of people in a department.
  • This is the detail of a selected person.
  • This is the search interface with all of the menus expanded. Note that switching the backend from SQL to LDAP allows us to do magical things like search for a name that "sound like" the search term.
  • The search results, with highlighted matches.
  • Autofill functionality.
  • This is the detail of a selected person.
  • When no search results are found, users see this message.

Intermediate Web Design (CMP 3011)

  • The overview of the class. I authored the course description.
  • The first page of the syllabus.
  • A homework assignment to create a responsive website using CSS3 media queries and Sass.
  • A photo of me teaching the Intermediate Web Design class at the SMFA, responding to a question.
  • A photo of me teaching the Intermediate Web Design class at the SMFA, explaining some jQuery methods.

The 2014 Complete Holiday Fun Kit

  • The 20-page letter was printed several times in two 480-page books (which were printed by blurb.com).
  • The two books were cut up in 20-page increments.
  • To mail them, they had to be sealed.
  • A spread from the letter, before the book was cut up.
  • A spread from the letter, after the book was cut up.
  • Another spread from the cut-up book, featuring photos of some family members.
  • Another spread from the cut-up book, featuring photos of a vacation to Barcelona with friends. Some photos by <a href="http://beckymargraf.com" target="_blank">Becky Margraf</a>, some by me.
  • The artwork on this spread was created by my grandfather in the 1930s.
  • The back cover of the letter.