Below are a few projects I completed between 2009 and 2012 (mostly graduate school). Since then, I've been an Information Architect at Razorfish, where I've worked for several Fortune 100 companies, including Microsoft, State Farm, and Wells Fargo. It wouldn't be prudent to post that work here—but I'd be happy to tell you about it. Please get in touch.
I designed a new research tool for use by the staff of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) based on extensive user research.
Starting in July of 2010, I developed an intranet portal for the attorneys at the Northwest Justice Project. By meeting their needs in the areas of document management, information sharing, and governance, the portal (officially launched mid-2012) allowed them to serve their low-income clients much more efficiently.
While I was Web Editor at Fodor's Travel, a travel guidebook publisher and imprint of Random House, one of the new initiatives I led helped visitors to our website find their ideal European itinerary.
I presented a poster during the poster session at Information Architecture Summit 2012. Here's a summary of what I said. The poster itself is also available as a pdf.