I’m a Windows Design MVP that’s passionate about creating fluid and engaging experiences for desktop, mobile, the web, and everything in between.See my work
The Windows Device Manager has been a crucial component of the operating system since the mid 1990s—and yet it has remained largely unchanged in over 20 years, with only minor tweaks to the categories and iconography.
I believe that experience can be made better by updating the utility with a clean new design that not only brings Device Manager into the modern age, but also adds new information and functionality designed to make it more friendly for all users—whether they are pros or just getting started with Windows.
Work from a joint project with Ben Fox at User Camp where I helped to reimagine the Microsoft Store with new new featured apps layout and improved editorial content. The aim was to take the best parts of the new Mac App Store (MAS) in macOS 10.14 Mojave and apply them to the store on Windows.