I'm a graphic designer using Tilt Brush. Here's what's working and what needs work.

A beautiful space dragon drawn in Tilt Brush, courtesy of RoadToVR. Tilt Brush is an app for the HTC Vive, and it's quite remarkable. It lets »

Our design sprint is only three days long. Here's how we do it.

A design sprint is a process for answering pertinent business or product questions through design, prototyping, and testing. At least, that's the textbook definition. The longer »

Our company is six months into Holacracy. Here’s how we're doing.

In my previous post, I marked the beginning of our trek into Holacracy. We've had time to sink our teeth into the process and suss out »

Why should augmented reality glasses make us look geeky?

Header image from michaeljswart.com Ever since Geordi La Forge came on the Star Trek scene with his visor, people have been ready for futuristic “smart »

Designing for virtual and augmented reality: Our trip to Microsoft's Hololens Academy

We were invited to visit Microsoft’s Hololens Academy in Redmond, Washington, where we spent the day learning and hacking the Hololens. The Hololens is a »

Opening Night of: Holacracy

Our 12-year-old company had already been through 2 major changes - from our 1st Act: an Open Source company called SQL Fusion working with MySQL AB »

Project Ara Is Creating A Sustainable Smartphone Future

I've been keeping my eye on what I think is one of the most exciting new developments in technology, Project Ara. Spearheaded by Google, it’s »

LA Embraces Mass Transit (Finally)

No, you didn’t read that headline wrong. Los Angeles actually has a subway! Even the people who live here are somtimes surprised to hear this »

A Savior is Born, A Story

Our recent project: www.yogaglo.com is a training platform for those who want to become yoga instructors. As I worked on it I needed some »

Designing for Developers

The Task at Hand How to design an identity that speaks equally of a strong software and data driven past and of a well rounded, creative, »