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Typically when Rob is asked this question, he is stumped. An artist and programmer who has spent most of his life exploring and experimenting in numerous artistic forms and, for the greater part of the last 20 years, the world of the computer, it is difficult to sum him up in a brief statement. He has been called … Read More
Typically when Rob is asked this question, he is stumped. An artist and programmer who has spent most of his life exploring and experimenting in numerous artistic forms and, for the greater part of the last 20 years, the world of the computer, it is difficult to sum him up in a brief statement. He has been called a renaissance man by his friends, but that just may be due to his premature grey. He is, first and foremost, an artist; one who seeks to discover and reveal the art in all things (yes, even spreadsheets - he has designed some very nice ones!). In all of his work, he seeks the "wow" factor, be it in a new business card design or a new database report. Aesthetics, in service to functionality, is a core mantra. As a designer of database applications, and user of many software interfaces, Rob has seen many useful tools go unused due to unengaging design. A self-proclaimed packaging afficianado and guru-in-training, Rob understands that presentation is key. It doesn't matter if the subject of the presentation is a multi-million dollar proposal or a kid's asking for the car for the weekend, the proper setting can make all the difference. Rob has constantly sought to balance these elements in all of his work. While most of his commercial work has been in database design and data support, there has remained a consistent undercurrent of artistic exploration and application. Read Less
Member Since: Mar 20, 2013