Eric is a digital and user experience designer and front end dabbler. Before joining Cantina, he worked as a designer in a diverse range of industries, including news, digital and print publishing, health and human services, as well as traditional agency design. He is a strong advocate of accessibility, and enjoys creating straightforward, device-agnostic solutions that address the practical, physical, cognitive, and emotional needs of the user.
Eric graduated from Montserrat College of Art with a Bachelors of Fine Arts focusing in Graphic Design. In his spare time he enjoys reading, building small web toys, and compulsively checking Twitter.
Published on November 15, 2016
While IoT is exciting and loaded with promise, a lot of work still needs to be done.
Published on October 19, 2016
Buttons are the cornerstone of every interface—you use them every day and probably never give them a second thought.
Published on July 27, 2016
How to bake processes into your organization to build a solid foundation for accessibility efforts.
Published on June 2, 2016
A lot of nuance comes with a Responsive redesign. Here's how to get your organization pointed in the right direction.
Published on April 5, 2016
Rather than viewing accessibility as one part of a well-made, maintainable product, view it as an essential ingredient that makes a product better in measurable ways and helps meet other important goals.
Published on January 13, 2016
The ability to access more of your device's information (and therefore more information about you) is coming.
Published on October 30, 2015
Using the EXCEPTION comment to help maintain mature, large-scale Sass projects.