I contributed three chapters to an anthology called One Community, One Week, Many Faiths, published in 2014 by Michigan State University. The book can be purchased in print or Kindle editions on Amazon.com.
I also co-authored an academic article about user experience design, which was published in the Proceedings of the 34th ACM International Conference on the Design of Communication. You can download that article from the Association for Computing Machinery Digital Library.
Below is a selection of my written work from around the web. I tagged two of my favorite pieces with ⭐s. If you don’t know where to start, those are good choices.
Also, be sure to check out the blog I maintain on this site.
How Designing an Information Architecture is Like Building an Underwater Tunnel
Understanding Information Architecture via My Bookshelf ⭐
4 Things I’ve Realized After Learning a Language for 5 Years ⭐
6 Video Games That Put Insane Detail Into Stuff You Missed
5 Shockingly Violent Backstories of Everyday Traditions
The 5 Most Insanely Misunderstood Morals of Famous Stories
4 Baffling Ways Famous Musicians Released Albums
5 Insanely Successful Video Games That Were Total Ripoffs
CREATE for STEM
(The links have broken. Perhaps archived versions exist somewhere.)
Interactions: A ‘Phenomenal’ New Approach TEAM: Factoring in New Ways to Teach and Learn Math Teaching Science Outdoors: The World as a Classroom P Cubed: Physics for Any Situation
Michigan State University Student Affairs & Services
Memories of Shibuya
Artist Spotlight: Capsule (Week 1) (Week 2) (Week 3) (Week 4)
The School Revolution: A New Answer for Our Broken Education System