Chris loves his pug and Yankee candles.

Senior Front-end Developer

Chris isn’t exactly addicted to video games, but he does like them—a lot. With his Pug, Henry, by his side, most weekends are spent in Virtual Reality or playing the latest Blizzard Entertainment title. At work, with headphones in place, he works to the music of Animal Crossing and the shenanigans of The Attack podcast. That’s how he’s created outstanding interactive tools and e-communications for brands like MasterCard and Keep America Beautiful.

Before Taylor: Chris graduated from Quinnipiac University with a degree in Interactive Digital Design before doing web design and development in Watertown for a number of years.

Recommended digital field trips: Reddit.comHis Pug’s Facebook Page

Recommended IRL field trips: A trip to a Butler Café in Japan

Taylor Design Blog


“Plenty” of Quality, Cheap Food May Be Coming Our Way

Plenty Inc. is a company that builds vertical growing farms. Vertical farming is not something entirely new, but the way Plenty is doing it is. Using the founder’s own custom design, a single grow system is able to produce 350 times the amount of crops as a traditional farm in the same space. It also… Read More


Fighting Deforestation with Drones, 100,000 Trees at a Time

We all know about climate change. Human activity has been factually proven to be causing the earth to warm and the climate to start to change for the worse. The main byproduct of human activity is increased carbon emissions in the form of CO2 and Methane gas, both gasses that trap heat in the atmosphere,… Read More


Tesla to “Build” 100 Megawatts in 100 Days

In the latest step to single-handedly drag the world kicking and screaming into the future, Elon Musk and his company Tesla have signed on with the country, Australia, to install the world’s largest Powerpack battery storage system to supplement the Hornsdale Wind Farm. The Powerpack installation will be able to supply power to 30,000+ homes… Read More


Tokyo Disneyland: An Example of Great Theme Park Design

A couple of months ago, my wife and I went on a trip to Japan. Between walking the streets of Akihabara, Harajuku, Osaka, Kobe, and much more, it was truly a trip to remember. However, before we explored the rest of Japan, our first stop on our trip was Tokyo Disneyland. We weren’t sure what to… Read More