I have been designing websites since 2002. I have skills in UX design, UI design, prototyping, animation, and front-end coding. The following are some projects that I was involved in.
After contracting at Doremus for a few months they asked me to take over the redesign and build of their new company website.
This project involved working with the creative director and others within the company to create the organization, gather all of the material, and finish designing the already half designed website. Development was done by myself using Brandcast.
- Website Design
- Website Development
Retirement Readiness Map & Investment Checkup
Personal Capital offers financial advise and options to invest your money. The website was used to promote it’s product and also offer free advise in order to attract new customers.
The Retirement Readiness Map and Investment Checkup projects helped people easily get the information they needed about their finances when they needed it and helped them plan for their future. I was the lead designer on both of these projects and created all visual designs and interactions.
Generation Tux was started by the guy from Men's Wearhouse. It's an online tuxedo/suit rental service to make wedding and party planning easier for everyone.
This website involved designing the entire experience from arriving at the website, to finding all of the attire for your guests, and then ordering the items for shipment.
I assisted the lead designer in designing this entire experience, both desktop and mobile, and also prepared all files for handoff to the developers.
I really loved working on this project, and at Cibo. I learned a lot and had a great time while doing it!
- Website Design
Target mobile weekly ads
Target mobile weekly ads allow user to make lists of items they wish to later purchase at the store.
My goal was to make the experience match their current (Target) site's design. I designed an experience allowing users to make their shopping lists with greater ease on their mobile devices.
This project is a great example of taking an already existing desktop experience and redesigning it as a mobile experience.
- Mobile Design
Intel product modules
Intel asked us to design multiple different websites and modules while I worked at Organic.
Meet Ultrabook was one of these projects. This website introduces their Ultrabook computer and allows the user to compare it to other computer models so that they can see the advantages of Ultrabook. You can also purchase them right on the page. I assisted the lead designer in all visual design.
The Power Up module gives the user a glimps of the entire Intel family of processors. This website allows the use to explore the power each processor has so they can choose which is best for them. I assisted the lead designer on all visual design and also prototyped this project.
The Visibly Smart module was designed to allow the user to take an in-depth look at what each processor can do in comparison to what people use computers for everyday, from gaming and video editing to word precessing. The user can zoom in and inspect each processors capabilities with this module. I assisted the lead designer on all visual design and also prototyped this project.
My involvement in Methproject.org was at the very beginning when we were pitching for the client. I was asked to make Flash prototypes to show the client how the website would look from a motion and interactivity standpoint.
The video player interaction, video callouts, and the audio player were all designed by myself. The rest of the site was handled by the remaining team.
I have to say, it was very rewarding to be a part of a project with the intentions of drug awareness.