As Design Architect, I focus on front-end development, user interface, user experience, and aesthetics for Scholars’ Lab projects, but I know enough programming to cause trouble for the folks in R&D. In addition to helping faculty and students on their research projects, I keep office hours and do research and teaching for our Makerspace. I’m currently researching methods for doing distant reading of comic books using computer vision.
I’ve been a practicing digital humanist for a little over a decade now. I have a Master’s degree in History, and have taught courses in history, graphic design, new media, and American studies. I’m also an instructor at HILT and Accessible Future. I serve as the Communication Officer for the Association for Computers and the Humanities.
Ari Beth’s father. Chaotic Good.