A short introduction: my name is Tim Tucker. I’m originally from Warren, MI. I have a B.S. in Computer Science with a Minor in Fine Arts from Michigan Tech (2004) and an M.S. in Human Computer Interaction from Indiana University (2006).
I’m currently looking for a job, so if you’re looking to hire a creative designer with knowledge of HCI and strong programming skills, then have a look at my resume and send me an e-mail.
Interests in Exercise, Gaming
I’ve been playing video games since the days of the original NES and ran cross-country throughout high school and four years of undergrad. During that time I’ve seen that game companies have had a problem in recent years designing games that anyone and everyone can just sit down and play. I also noticed that a large number of people find exercise boring. I decided that maybe by combining the two disciplines I’d see what I could do to address both of these issues.
I strive to come up with designs that are truly original. Although I value incremental progress, I think that truely great design more often comes from taking great risks. Most of all, though, I strongly believe that “loving your neighbor as yourself” means not burdening them with poor design.
If you’ve found this project interesting, chances are you might be interested in some of the other things I’ve done. More about me can be found on my website, timtucker.com.