JARED ROOKER

Designer, Inventor


 [email protected]
 in/jaredrooker/
 
PROFILE

“If you don't know, the thing to do is not to get scared, but to learn.”


I find joy in discovering, thinking, reading, experimenting, doing, learning, working, playing, and (if there's time) sleeping. My interests outside of architecture include programming, art, photography, movies, books, politics, inventing, exercise, and my two pups.

  • Design
  • Programming
  • Software
  • Leadership

2011

Master of Architecture

2011

Master of Business Administration

2012

ULI & CoreNet Leadership

2014

Joined Perkins+Will

RESUMÉ

EMPLOYMENT
 Design Staff
 Perkins+Will - website

  •  Project Designer
2014 - Present
 Design Staff
 Omniplan - website

  •  Designer, Business Development, and Marketing
  •  Webmaster
  •  Resident Backup IT
2012 - 2014
 Founder
 eSesame - website

  •  Concept
  •  Website (front and back-end)
  •  Design, Program, & Hardware.
  •  Marketing Material
2013 - Present

EDUCATION
 Master of Architecture
 Master of Business Administration
 Texas Tech University

  •  Multiple Scholarships
  •  RGA
  •  AIAS
  •  Dean's List
2011
 Bachelor of Architecture
 Texas Tech University

  •  Multiple Scholarships
  •  AIAS
  •  Dean's List
2008
PROJECTS

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"The Box"
moboART.com

"The Box" takes personal data visualization to the next level by dynamically synchronizing with you, the user, to visually distill nearly any type of data down to its essentials.

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myQR
myQR.net

Connect - Track - Update - Manage - ART
Create QR codes, track who scanned them and where, update each QR's content, and manage all of your codes in one place.

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"Less is More"
moboART.com

This touch-responsive piece placed first in the 1st annual Artist vs. Architect fundraiser competition. It was auctioned off at the end of the event with 100% of proceeds going to the Dwell with Dignity charity.

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"The Marquee"
moboART.com

The marquee conceals an LED matrix behind an array of precisely cut motherboards, mounted within a basswood lattice. The motherboards retain a 1/8” gap to the wood to allow the LED light to pass through.

ORGANIZATIONS

ULI North Texas

Communications Chair

CoreNet Global

Marketing Chair

TREC

Committee Member

AIADallas

Member

CONTACT

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