While web and mobile app design are my 'bread and butter', I also have experience creating a wide variety of digital and print media, including infographics, e-books, and more!
Web/App design is an impermanent art. I've worked on so many sites over the years, and yet few remain at all, let alone remain unchanged. So it's good to look back on some of the designs and concepts that I'm proud of and remember that the nature of beauty is change.
This site (including logo design) was created as part of an internship. It was a responsive design built using a customized Wordpress template.
This concept was inspired by a desire to challenge myself to find the balance between design and minimalist philosophy.
This weather feature was a wonderful challenge in designing for large quantities of highly technical data output.
As my Art Institute of Seattle thesis project, I wrote about and designed an app to interact with experimental contact lens technology.
Infographics are a fun way of telling short stories which convey both data — and important information. Often marketing-driven, these infographics always present an entertaining challenge in creating for a narrow, horizontal format.
Working with brand-specific illustrations can be a challenge, but I love how this one turned out.
Airslate's funky lines, shapes, and textures really allowed me to have fun with this one.
Capturing Imagis' serious, professional, and data-driven brand was important here.
This infographic really tells the story of a succesful customer journey through inbound marketing.
Downloadable e-Books, interactive PDFs, and Powerpoint presentations are all great ways to provide customers with a 'tangible' reminder of your company's product or service and/or to disseminate important information. And this flexible format allows for some very creative storytelling.
From classwork to just-for-giggles artwork created on my own time, I've provided a few of my personal favorites to peruse.
As a member of the Blue Nile art show team (featuring art by our very own employees) I created this poster for the event to be posted in the office.
The pinnacle of my career using Adobe Illustrator, this 100% digital illustration is a replication of a photo my mom took in Portugaul, Spain.
This classroom exercise was a challenge in using only typography — computer generated & hand-created — to recreate a photo.
Another class project, this (fictional) cereal box design was a spectacular failure the first two times. Third time's the charm?
This loving tribute to a favorite author — Douglas Adams — is based on a recipe created (by someone else) for the most dangerous drink in the universe.
Originally designed for a previous version of my portfolio website, I wanted an avatar that represented me (and my love for my MINI Cooper S!)