• disability_gov


Disability.gov is yet another project developed in conjunction with the awesome team at Devis. The goal of this preliminary design is to present users of a wide range of demographics with a clear and concise way to navigate through the portal, while keeping accessibility considerations in the forefront. We were responsible for the entire User Interface (UI) design, and contributed to the planning of a User Experience strategy. Implementation is scheduled to start in early 2013.

  • passage

Aetna’s Passage

Passage is a mobile application designed for Aetna’s CarePass platform. The goal of the app is to provide users with a “virtual fitness journey” by turning an ordinary treadmill run or a walk around the neighborhood into a journey through their favorite world destination. The app was developed in conjunction with the great people at Medullan, Inc. I was responsible for User Interface Design (UI), while Medullan was responsible for development and implementation.

  • wrp

Workforce Recruiting Program (WRP)

The Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP) is a recruitment and referral program under the U.S. Department of Labor, that connects federal sector employers nationwide with highly motivated college students and recent graduates with disabilities who are eager to prove their abilities in the workplace through summer or permanent jobs. In conjunction with the Devis team, I developed a proof-of-concept for a web-based and mobile iOS application that allows recruiters to easily manage their interviews, contacts, calendars, and notes. I was responsible for the User Experience (UX) and User Interface (UI) design on both the mobile and web-based applications.

  • devis


Devis is a super-awesome federal contracting firm based in Arlington, VA. Their web site design hadn’t been updated in a few years, and needed a complete overhaul. I was responsible for the User Interface and User Experience Design for this project, which is projected to be implemented in late 2013.

  • avalo

Ricardo Ávalo

Ricardo is an extremely talented artist from the beautiful island of Puerto Rico. Circa 2005, he came to be my first ever “official” client. The design of his latest site, ricardoavalo.com is meant to be a direct reflection of his artistic style. While designing the single-page portfolio/curriculum vitae, I experimented with a variety of textures and visual styles that resembled that of his art work. The result was a virtual space that not only serves the purpose of showcasing his art, but also as a virtual extension of his work.

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  • att


Tekcenture, a web development firm from Irving, TX contacted me about re-designing the User Interface (UI) for AT&T’s business portal. The result was a clean, yet vivid design that directly reflected AT&T’s brand.

  • hitometer


Hitometer is a prototype/concept iOS app that provides batting stats for Major League Baseball. It is designed to cater fantasy league, and general sports enthusiasts.