Collaboration with Bentley Farrington, Andrew Slack and Ivy Liang
Find the project page on or more info in the presskit and see Dan Hill's Article on More Identity not Less.
Dynamic Formal Representation
BRidGE is a proposal for a digital identity platform that encompasses mechanisms for storing, verifying and displaying identification. Individuals can enter valued attributes in a distributed and fragmented data system. Palm devices recognise vein patterns of unique users, allowing institutional verification or a social agreement to be recorded for chosen fragments of information. An identity mixing desk allows a user to selectively disclose data and create formal or playful representations tailored to a specific context. 
Holistic Approach
BRidGE was developed using a human centred design process that builds on a dynamic working model of the layered & contextual nature of identity.