Both in progress and finished works, with a few features and experimental concepts. Clicking on an image and hovering over it will display a description with associated links, including information about my management and contributions on the respective project.
My methodology with creating physical and digital geographic notation (or GIS) is influenced concurrently by my experiences in both geospatial sciences, and drawing architectural concepts for wayfinding; I started out making print maps for events and floor plans for new signage at an academic library.
Over that time I focused my research on the cognitive effects of geographic indicators on neurodiverse psychology. I learned how GIS and wayfinding can be used to achieve a common navigational design, rather than dichotomizing a humanized perception of geography and the stringency of geospatial data interpretation. Some noteworthy sources: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I
I also had an in-depth look at accessible structuring, with the Title III standards created by the Americans with Disabilities Act. I apply those studies to the GIS profession - telling narratives through location.