Award-winning Interactive and Graphic Designer. Collaborative experience with non-profits, corporate, and higher ed.
Work Includes: interactive features, dynamic websites & applications, brand & identity, composition, illustration, typography, and information architecture.
During my time at Capella, I took part in the redesign of the homepage, the employee portal, learner portal, and email campaigns.
A set of four, square compositions to convey new thinking in pattern and symbolism.
Logotype based upon the typeface Museo. Contains many modifications with some custom lettering.
Incorporates expanded search, and visual direction for library materials.
A simple flash-based slideshow that also incorporates a pane for displaying related items.
The latest iteration of my homepage is flash-based and focused on simplicity. Ties directly to flickr for images and an XML feed for the latest poetry.
Academic program at Vassar that contains a photo collage to represent the intersect between society and technology.
This site was meant to provide information clearly and simply to anyone with a health concern or emergency.
Chaco is beautiful in both the fall and spring, but be sure not to stay after sunset.
My time at Northland was spent making extensive changes to the web presence. I deployed a content management system while re-designing and rebuilding the website.
Now, not only could staff update their own content, but the site now had a consistent visual identity moving forward.
Simple, clean layout using custom iconography.
Sandbox project that incorporates a custom mark. The wings, faces, reflection, and roots are represenative of the creative mind.
A simple play on the Sudanese flag to bring greater attention towards the ongoing Darfur situation.
I managed to bring more visual play into this small site than is the norm for the audience. While more visually risky, the composition is also more memorable.
A concept-blog for the Natural Resources Defence Council. Even though this did not make it into production, it was a well recieved concept for the NRDC's new web strategy.
Another sandbox project incorporated fine lines and a generally unfinished look.
Close-up of the Alazanto wordmark. Set in Malbeck and heavily modified.
This photo was taken outside of Taos, New Mexico.
While I was happy to move on from this design, the visual direction showed my new thinking on design and my revived interest in vector forms.
I created this years ago as a Mozilla Firefox and Thunderbird theme. I love GUI work, and this was a wonderful opportunity to apply my own thinking to application interfaces.
This photo was taken near Chaco Canyon, New Mexico.
This was an opportunity to work with Navajo symbolism to convey education in the digital age.
This early Zen Garden design has recieved a great deal of recognition in its time. Many thanks to Dave Shay for accepting it into the family.
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