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Very proud that my User Experience of a Heartbreak project is continuing to find its way to people! The past month has been a blast. My most recent interaction with an admirer of the project was so touching:

And I was a little head-over-heels to see that Timothy Goodman liked the project. If you have seen his Forty Days of Dating project with collaborator & design giant Jessica Walsh, you’ll get absorbed in no time.

ux3.us was most recently featured in Beautiful Decay, Huffington Post, and The Metro (digital and print!). Thanks again to Katherine Brooks of HuffPo and Lakshmi Gandhi of The Metro for publishing the work.

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I also did [what I consider] a pretty tell-all interview with Ellen Huerta for her site Let’s Mend. I was a little reluctant at first, but Ellen is a total pro and made it such a great experience.  Special thanks to her as well for featuring the work and taking interest in the more human part of my story.

I’m excited to be working on a v2 of the site, which will include a lot more content, mobile support and additional menu features. More to come! Stay tuned.

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In the Tasteologie section.

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Check ‘er out! (Though I would like to point out that my project is a data representation, not an infographic.)

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One of many newly redesigned labels featured on Daily Candy yesterday! A great collab I’ve been working on with the Meow Meow Tweet makers, Tara and Jeff.

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Nights has been getting some great reviews around the interwebz! Here we are in Gothamist, and in an awesome write-up from alterna-tv, who says we’re “an enjoyable entertainment option to fans of the surreal Twin Peaks, the dry wit of HBO’s Bored to Death and the quirky deadpan humor of Hal Hartley. Throw in a little ‘absurdist nihilism’ from the NBC sitcom Seinfeld, and Nights in UltraViolet has all the ingredients of a cult classic webseries that is not afraid to challenge its audience in addition to occasionally confusing and making it laugh as well. Ultimately that sounds a lot like life itself, regardless of whether it’s a meaningful one or not.”

I feel like a proud panda. Now, off to visit more Twin Peaks shot locations around Washington.

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