Rich Denton

Designing a more beautiful web.

Made in USA

Made in USA

Whenever possible, I like to support local business. In 2013, I set out to create a way to find companies housed and products built in the United States. Made in USA, allows anyone to search for locally-crafted goods and manufacturers by name, keyword, or category. Developed to support both desktop and mobile displays, it has been released on the App Store, Google Play, and is also available as a web app.

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MocoSpace

MocoSpace

As lead designer at MocoSpace, it was my job to overhaul the service's mobile experience. I drove a team to create and implement a new style guide that would standardize the look and feel as well as bridge the mobile and desktop products.

I was also heavily involved in the creation of a JavaScript framework designed to deliver optimal performance on mobile. Functionality included easy access to AJAX end points, new global navigation controls, and a modal dialog system.

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Vennify

Vennify

A personal project of mine, Vennify was designed as a social experiment to connect members 1-on-1 based on shared interests. The site, from concept to launch, was completed over a single weekend.

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Street Wars

Street Wars

My first task at MocoSpace involved leading the design of the network's first smartphone game. The purpose was to see if a fremium game designed for the browser could compete in a world of native apps. The project has since been used as the model for other games on the growing platform.

To this day, Street Wars is still the platform's top grossing game.

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Pulse

Pulse

My foray in to mobile began with a little company called Palm. I was amongst the first developers creating apps for the webOS platform. Built with standard HTML and JavaScript, webOS apps were an excellent way to jump in to the mobile world.

The most popular of my apps, Pulse, became the first metronome available on the platform. A simple tool, Pulse allows users to specify a tempo and even add optional accents.

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