Community Education


Acadia National Park Kiosk

This interactive kiosk was developed for the Acadia National Park visitor center in Maine. The goal of this project was to educate park visitors about how air pollution affects rain and snow, forests and streams, and plants and wildlife within the park.

Copyright © 2014 National Park Service


Rain Interactive Exhibit for the Heard Museum

This interface was developed for a kiosk at the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona. The idea for the kiosk was to give museum visitors an opportunity to experience the art in the exhibit by exploring what importance “Rain” plays in Native American culture.  This program won a Gold New Media Invision Award. 

Copyright © 1994 Heard Museum


Pediatric Medical Information for Parents

These medical illustrations are being used in phone applications that allow parents to have an understanding of different procedures their child may have to undergo.

Copyright © 2017 AppCatalyst


Miguel's Great Escape Book

This fully illustrated 32 page children’s book was used to help teach children about fire safety.

Copyright © 2008 Books Because


Bobby's Unbelievable Bathtime Book

This fully illustrated 32 page children’s book was used to open the door to discussion about water safety and scald prevention.

Copyright © 2008 Books Because


Posters for Communications

These poster designs were for public outreach and conference presentations.

Copyright © 2018 US Fish and Wildlife Service


Our Town Interactive Program

This interactive program was developed for the National Park Service to use in their visitor center programs. The goal of this project was to educate park visitors about how peoples choices in their everyday lives can benefit the environment

Copyright © 2014 National Park Service


Pollution Movement in the Central Valley of California

This animation was developed for an interactive kiosk at the Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park visitors center. The animation shows how the winds and terrain trap pollutants that eventually impact the national park.

Copyright © 2006 National Park Service


Understanding Earth's Energy Balance Program

This interactive educational program was developed to help students understand the concept of earth’s energy balance and the role that clouds play in that situation. It also highlights the importance of the NASA CloudSat Mission.

Funding provided by NASA and Colorado State University’s Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere


Why We Have Seasons

This animation was developed to show the interactions between the earth and the sun and why we have seasons. It is being used in conjunction with a lecture series on this subject in an atmospheric science class at Colorado State University.

Copyright © 2004 Colorado State University


Particle Growth

This illustration shows how sulfur dioxide molecules combine with other molecules in the atmosphere to create ammonium sulfate molecules which clump together into particles. Water is attracted to these particles which increases the particle size.

Copyright © 1992, CIRA / NPS Visibility Program, Colorado State University