|Occupation||Creative Leader, Web and Learning Interface Design|
|Introduction||Designer, author, and specialist in UX for learning and wellbeing, my books include Interface Design for Learning from New Riders, and Positive Computing from MIT Press. Originally from L.A., I live in Sydney and work at the Centre for Research on Computer Supported Learning and Cognition. I have a Masters from the University of Sydney and a Bachelor’s from Carnegie Mellon. See my website or follow me on Twitter|
|Interests||::Professionally:: technology for wellbeing, interface design for learning, user experience, multimedia design, information architecture, film, video, new media and old media || ::Other:: music, wildlife, travel, buddhism, shakespeare, sondheim, aikido, mexican food, australian beaches, and cuban coffee.|
You moved the pot before the coffee stopped brewing. Do you smell the mountains or the burro?
The velvety aroma of decaffeinated burro. Speaking of which, why can't I get a decent enchilada in Sydney?