Welcome

Welcome to my site. I am a graduate of the College of Interactive Computing and GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology. I have created this site to share my ideas with others in the HCI/Development community. I have interests in user experience design, prototyping, mobile/ubiquitous computing and software development. Currently, I work as a Technical Product Manager at NBA Digital. We develop mobile applications with NBA related content for a multitude of platforms including: iPhone, iPad, Android, Roku, AppleTV, SamsungTV, XBOX, Playstation, GoogleTV & Amazon Alexa.


Press

In 2016, I developed a radio streaming app for one of the Largest Media Companies in the U.S. Cox Media Group. The app displays, radio station branding, artist meta data, album cover artwork and user controls all in a simple to use interface. The app was developed for both the Apple TV and Roku platforms and was the company’s initial suite of products on both platforms.
  >> App Advice AppleTV
  >> App Advice AppleTV
  >> Roku Channel Store 101.5
  >> Roku Channel Store 98.5
 
 

In October of 2014, I moderated a celebrity panel at the A3C Music Festival. The topic was on Social Media and the ways in which it is used by artists to engage their fans. >> Event Website
 

In August of 2014, Apple released my most recent develop project into the iTunes Store.>> Check it out in the App Store
 

In June of 2012, Biztech magazine interviewed me regarding the accomplishments of my father Gerald A. Lawson and how he influenced me.>> Article
 

In December of 2010, the AP Television featured a story about my research project: Helping Hand. The interview was posted to several news websites. I am working on bringing this device to market.>> Video
 

In the summer of 2009, CNN Edge of Discovery featured a story about the Georgia Tech Aware Home. I was fortunate enough to have my research mentioned in the video segment. >> Video

 

Cool Stuff

A word cloud is a visualization technique that illustrates the frequency of words in a text. Often, word clouds are used to make inferences from the extracted text found in political speeches and other transcripts. Some experts argue against the correctness of word clouds, since long words are emphasized over short words and character ascenders and descenders draw undue attention. But who cares they just look cool! :-)
 

My resume as a word cloud.

 

Links

As an HCI student and software professional I have encountered numerous sites with informative information. Below are just a few sites that I reference to keep me abreast of interesting news related to the field of HCI. I will add more links as I come across them.