New Bio, New Boy?

Now that I have SVN update permissions, I’ve gone ahead and added my bio to the About BatchBlue Software page. I had put myself last, but I was told to put my bio first. “It’s alphabetical,” I was told. “Why else do you think Riley would be listed first?” :)

Here’s my new bio. I wrote it. And I like it.

Adam Darowski, User Interface Designer

As UI Designer, Adam—BatchBlue’s newest addition—provides user interface and user experience support for BatchBlue. An open-standards, open-source, and open-communication advocate, he strives to produce software that stays out of the way and allows users to simply get things done.

Prior to joining BatchBlue, Adam spent seven years with Aptima, Inc. and Mazer Digital Media where he developed user interfaces for end users ranging from Air Force observers monitoring training missions to grade school students struggling with fractions. Adam has been creating web sites and applications since he brought his band online with a gaudy Angelfire site in 1996.

Adam and his wife Erin live in Massachusetts with their daughter Ella, cat Abby, and a little baby boy on the way. When he’s not pushing Ella on the swings, blowing bubbles, or trying to convince Ella to play baseball with him, Adam spends his free time blogging or running his baseball simulation league.

Welp, looks like the cat is now out of the proverbial bag. I think this is the first time I’ve mentioned on this blog that there’s “a little baby boy on the way”. Well, it’s true—and the due date is June 22nd. The times they are a’ changin’!

One Comment

  1. On June 7th, 2007 at 10:03 pm Adam Darowski said:

    Before it gets chopped off the Aptima web site, I figured I’d compare with my old, boring bio. :)

    Adam J. Darowski
    Team Lead, Interactive Media & Visualization
    Creative Specialist

    Adam Darowski designs user interfaces and multimedia for government, commercial, and educational software applications and websites. His work includes the development of prototypes for various tools, as well as the creation of graphic, video, audio, and animation media for a wide range of products and services. He has developed interfaces for the education market, and created mockups, storyboards, and prototypes for various web and stand-alone educational software titles. He has experience in production coordination, and has led production teams of up to twenty designers to ensure maximum quality and consistency of all media elements for large-scale projects.

    Mr. Darowski holds a B.F.A. in Visual Design from the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth.