I was named one of the Most Influential Women in Technology 2010!
The first part in a two part series about the lessons learned as a fashion technologist who has researched and worked with both the fashion and wearable tech industries.
Here is the link: http://www.inc.com/springboard/the-marriage-of-wearable-tech-and-fashion-design-how-to-make-it-work-part-1.html
Switch Craft, published by Random House/Potter Craft, features 20 ultra-modern projects that are equal parts fashion and function. Using sewing techniques and terminology, technology is presented as beautiful and accessible.
Costume design creation from concept sketches to finished wearable pieces for The Martha Stewart show. The project included up by step-by-step instructions located on Martha’s website.
DIY illuminated heals as seen in Rodarte’s 2010 Collection
The Vibrating VooDoo Doll, responds instantly quivering and shacking in the owners grasp when stuck with a stick pin.
Galaxy Carrier is a laptop bag that protects and detects Wi-Fi hotspots.
Hook up your phone to Pillow Talk, a designer pillow for relaxing chats.
Switch is a technology life & style blog, which showcases innovative design, fashion and topics from a female perspective.
No more fumbling for your lipstick or compact while at the club, light your way with this easy to make light panel for your purse or bag.
Twittering Teddy was a successful DIY project for MyHome2.0. The Teddy can be detected by your computer through Bluetooth and is outfitted with text to speech audio and motor control capabilities.
A cute, bright, lighted DIY bow designed with saran wrap, hot glue, and a couple of LEDs for Curbly.com.
Wirelessly connected jewelry, created for couples or loved ones who want to share an intimate moment with one another when not together.