Let's Work Together
Creative & UX Direction
My name is Dan. I'm a polymath- focused on creativity and innovation across numerous disciplines. My biggest passions are learning, creating and testing. Take a look around my site for examples of my work.
In 2014, my best friend and I founded a creative studio called Block Interval. We've been building a virtual reality story game called Life of Lon. I recruited a team of the absolute best talent I could find to create a ground-breaking experience.
The biggest piece of innovative domain knowledge I bring with me right now is virtual reality. I have been working in it since early 2015. For more info about this, check out my VR page.
I have been in the design field for over a dozen years and have worked on many projects from start to finish. It's my tendency to exhaust a domain of all of the knowledge I can find and move on to the next one. This has afforded me the chance to experience many different related roles and gain a better understanding of how a product is developed from every angle. I work well with all levels of a team- product managers, engineers and developers, artists and designers, ux professionals, testers and qa, marketing and strategy, social media and community management, etc. In the same day, I am capable of working on a wireframe in a room full of front end developers, walk over to an engineering team and discuss whether the data calls will be efficient, and then synthesize those results into something a product manager could understand. I can function as a team or project lead, or as a liaisan between multiple teams and I've got experience doing everything from big data visualizations to marketing campaigns to games and interactive content.
How has this been working out for me? Have a look at my references.
Get in Touch
Have a look around the rest of my portfolio or take a look at what I've been doing with Block Interval. I am responsible for the direction our studio takes in most aspects, so you can get a real sense for how I run things when I have total freedom.
The best way to reach out is via email first: email@example.com
From there- perhaps we could setup a phone or video call. Looking forward to hearing from you!