12 Photos - Jul 27, 2011
Photo: Getting phone calls from Apple, Inc. now. I love the NASA HQ team I work with.Photo: Our iTunes U initiative was noticed by Apple, Inc. I thought we might have a soft launch. So much for that idea...Photo: Created for the NASA Open Government Initiative, this infographic tries to explain the current state of projects. You can see some of our work at http://www.nasa.gov/openPhoto: The Review of U.S. Human Space Flight Plans Committee website. We used Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, and Vimeo to rock out some public meetings and create discourse about the future of American human space flight. I was the community manager, lead designer, and online strategist for this project.Photo: The Review of U.S. Human Space Flight Plans Committee website. I was the community manager, lead designer, and online strategist.Photo: The Review of U.S. Human Space Flight Plans Committee final report, the cover was designed by Tate Srey on my design team. Working closely with the committee, and listening to audience feedback, we created a document I'm extremely proud of. You can grab it at http://hsf.nasa.gov/Photo: Using point-cloud LIDAR data, my team and I developed a 3D model of Moundsville Penitentiary using a video game engine. This is one of the launch screens.Photo: Developed for the West Virginia High Technology Consortium, the 3D Model of Moundsville Penitentiary synthesized 2 million sq. feet of the location. Users can run through areas in preparation for the annual Mock Prison Riot. This is the map tool.Photo: Using a video game engine, the Distributed Observer Network was created for ESMD at Kennedy Space Center to share engineering data across NASA centers. I was lead user interface/user experience (UI/UX) designer for this system.Photo: Matt Scott just prepped the background to the "Tools For the Citizen Scientist" graphic Tate S. Srey & I worked on this year for NASA. 

Here's Ali Llewellyn's writeup on it: http://tinyurl.com/citizen-tools.Photo: Developed for the International Space Exploration Coordination Group by the NASA Open Government team with support from Valador, Inc. the interactive version can be seen here: http://www.nasa.gov/externalflash/globalexplorationroadmap/ 

Here's a writeup on how it was created: http://open.nasa.gov/blog/2011/11/03/the-global-exploration-roadmap-interactive-edition/Photo: Developed for the Office of the Chief Technologist by the NASA Open Government team with support from Valador, Inc. The full size version can be found here: http://www.nasa.gov/pdf/623393main_FutureWorld.pdf 

Here's a blog post on why it was made: http://open.nasa.gov/blog/2012/02/16/the-future-brought-to-you-by-nasa/