I’m a designer at heart. I mention it because I know some designers who are artists at heart — the poor souls. Though I admire fine artists, I better empathize with architects and city planners and industrial designers: people whose art is also invention, people who demand that their work be tested, thrown around and trampled by pedestrians.

I’m a designer because I like problem solving. I don’t mean problems like “How can we convince millennials to buy furniture?” That’s marketing and it’s not what I do. I work out the complicated, practical conundrums of interface design, like

If your problems are of that nature, I’m your man. I analyze software and web projects, help clarify their purpose and concept, and then create detailed interface designs to bring them to their potential. In short, I help close the gap between what things do and why they exist.