The Cyborganic Gardens
I was a founding creator of the Cyborganic Gardens, a pioneering community-based web site that provided tools for geeks to meet on- and off-line. It is now defunct.
As the Creative Director I was responsible for all web, print, and promotional materials and overall strategy for the company. In addition, I worked with architect Eugene Tsui on designs for an internet cafe (one of the first of its kind).
The Cyborganic community was profiled
in a 1995 issue of Rolling Stone magazine (we were called by them
"Ground Zero of the Digital Revolution"). Cyborganic
Gardens is cited in many web design and web development publications,
including cnet's Best of the Web.
Also see: Cyborganic identity
Also see: Cyborganic