Endgame Product Design
In 10 months, the UX team has taken 3 disconnected feature-heavy products and recreated the best aspects into a beautifully designed and well-thought out platform that puts the user at the heart of the application. The full product design can be viewed offline, however, a few teasers are available to showcase the huge improvement of the workflow and interface.
MOEBEN Site Redesign
After a multi-year hiatus, Moeben decided to come back to the ultra-running scene with a newly redesigned, responsive website. The original website was built in Flash in 2008 and CEO Shannon Farar-Griefer knew that the key to getting back to business started with a way to reach out to her target market on mobile devices and tablets. [ed. note: site launch in Feb 2016]
Johns Hopkins Gastroenterology & Hepatology
An unlikely partnership between a Baltimore medical illustration firm and Johns-Hopkins allowed me to wear multiple hats while creating a website that was easy to use and administer. The site was designed to cater to all types of patients including current and potential, as well as local and remote, who were seeking Gastroenterology and Hepatology services for one of the best facilities in the world.
Smithsonian American Art Museum
To herald the re-opening of a newly redesigned museum space, the museum wanted to launch an experience exclusively targeted at 8-10 year olds. To that end, we were able to capture the magic by proposing a "comic book" style experience that not only shared up close looks at the Smithsonian's collection, but allowed the children to learn about main art themes like light and color in a fun and engaging way.
Eyecessorize / TVC Campaign
When The Vision Council decide to rebrand itself, we produced a campaign that tied together several big initiatives just in time for the re-launch. These uniquely branded "mini campaigns" (such as Eyecessorize) could leverage content from key areas of the main TVC site while still maintaining the "sitelettes" for a more targeted experience.
135 Miles for 135 Heroes
For 2015, I needed to create a website and brand for my next big challenge, the Badwater 135 ultra-marathon. Because I was running this for both myself and to raise fund for the Canary Foundation, I needed a brand and a design that could incorporate my vision of honoring 135 of "My Heroes" via web stories and donations to correspond to each mile I will run. These early ideas show how I was able to bring this vision to life.
And many more...
Below are a handful of companies I have worked with in a consulting/freelance role. Want to see more? Drop me a line and I can walk you through the projects in depth.