Movie Preview UI Screens

Movie preview screens from an blockchain hackathon pitch.  Each movie (Moonlight and Logan) has respective screen for a user and a guest.

Actual Now UI Landing Page Designs

I developed these designs utilizing Adobe XD.  Zhenya Rynzhuk created a UI kit for fashion editorials.  The first image contains three versions for the iPhone X.  I decided to embrace simplicity and usage color for mood for the phone designs.  Given the limited screen space, I framed the images for close-ups to limit negative space.

The two remaining images are versions of portrait-orientated iPad Pros.  I experimented with collaging images, but still maintaining organization.  The contrasting lines ground the otherwise randomly floating pictures.

New California Bill Mandates Women on Board of Directors

New California Legislation(Bill) mandating presence of women on board of publicly traded companies.

  • Sponsored by State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson
  • Legislation signed by Governor Jerry Brown on September 30th
  • Initial Deadline:  December 31, 2019
  • 3 Female Directors on Boards of 6 or More
  • 2 Female Directors on Boards of 5
  • 1 Female Director on Smaller Boards
  • Final Deadline:  2022

Violations result in as much as $300,000 fines per year.

Legal Notes(according to THR report by Jonathan Handel)

  • Public Companies Incorporated in Delaware
    • State guards corporate law prerogative
    • Incorporation vs. HQ Location
  • Impairs Shareholder Rights
  • Quotas may equal Reverse-Discrimination(UCLA Law Professor Neil Wertlieb)

Compliant Companies:

  • Disney
  • Netflix

Non-Compliant Companies:

  • Apple
  • Alphabet(Google)
  • Live Nation
  • Lionsgate

Out-of-State Companies

  • CBS
  • AT&T
  • Comcast
  • Sony


  • Precedence for Controlling Private Entities
  • Return to Privately-Held Company
  • Move State Incorporation
  • Private Business Freedoms
  • Legal Fight
  • All-Female Companies with All-Female Boards
  • Race, Sexuality, Religion


“With numerous independent studies showing that corporations with women on their boards are more profitable, SB 826 is a giant step forward for women, our businesses and our economy,” said Sen. Jackson in a release issued after Gov. Jerry Brown signed the legislation Sept. 30. That economic justification raises some eyebrows. “This bill is about the use of government power to obtain social change,” said Akerman law’s Jeffrey S. Horton Thomas.

“The bill has already had positive impact on companies across the country by elevating the discussion regarding the importance and benefits of diversity in the boardroom,” said Annalisa Barrett, corporate governance professor at the University of San Diego School of Business.


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