I’m in Kampala for a few weeks while Josh is working on a mobile telephony / Internet community radio project. In preparation for his group’s presentation to the Uganda Radio Network, I rendered a handful of images.
Asked to design an infographic-style timeline for Students of the World, I made these neat images.
Volume 26 of the Berkeley Planning Journal is live. These nine words represent three major personal accomplishments.
“Traditional” wedding registries don’t serve much use to a couple that already shares 600 square feet, so Josh and I made a website to register our honeymoon. This was an excuse for me to draw elk.
I’ve been a fan of the Noun Project for years. Any time you need a simple design of a bike, car, or basically most nouns, they have great user-submitted content. Except the Vermontiest of nouns, until now.
Before leaving a College of Environmental Design, I would be remiss if I didn’t take a legit design studio, especially one co-taught by Elizabeth MacDonald and Allan Jacobs.
45 pages. 13,283 words. 28 tables and figures. I submitted my masters thesis today, a full two months before anyone else in my department. Overachiever much? Behold: Beyond “Urban” Planning: An Overview of Challenges Unique to Planning in Rural California. Download the whole thing or watch the trailer below.
I’m attending the Transportation Research Board conference in Washington, D.C. for the third time, and my first time as a student.