I collaborate on technology, research, and communities which empower people to become more creative, more effective, and more informed. I'm a PhD candidate at the MIT Media Lab Center for Civic Media and an affiliate at the Berkman-Klein Center at Harvard.
In the summer of 2004, I was asked to work as an information architect on the Elizabethtown College website redesign project.
This project won the highest functionality rating possible from the US National Research Center for College University Admissions. The award was specifically focused on information architecture: "Grades were earned based on the ability of a college or university admissions website to take students from a prospect to applicant."
My role involved:
Here are some screenshots of my designs for the site information architecture:
The 2004 design for that site no longer exists, but I occasionally notice sections which retain the old structure and code.