Brent is a User Experience Designer and a graduate from Human Centered Design and Engineering (HCDE) from the University of Washington (UW). While at the UW, he participated in three Directed Research Groups, interned at a lightweight startup, eVenues.com, he also helped organize MapHacks, a geospatial themed hackathon dedicated to visualizing problems surrounding urban development.
A mobile experience designed to reduce the mental math and anxiety travelers face at the airport. Full UCD design process including user research, design, and evaluation.
Summer internship conducting research and competitive analysis. Deliverables included design recommendations, wireframes, and a revised information architecture.
A Python web app visualizing covert drone strikes carried out by the CIA in Pakistan, Somalia, and Yemen. Hosted on Google App Engine and built using the Google maps API.
Design of the user interface and style guide for a mobile OS, including thirteen apps, six system based screens, and an accessibility feature for one-handed use.
Prototype and usability testing of a shortcut keyboard designed to streamline designers workflows. Built by flashing new USB firmware to an Arduino Uno.