design & development

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galapagos islands

This is an informational site on the islands made famous by Charles Darwin. The use of polaroid style imagery is used to convey the popularity of the islands by vacationers and naturalists. The polaroids on each page correspond to the their section - animals on the wildlife page.

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sandy springs mission

The objective of the Sandy Springs Mission is to provide educational support programs to needy children in several of it's neighboring communities. The conservative design is meant to convey the mission's serious work, while the color palette and imagery suggest the vibrance of the children they assist.

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acoustic scars

The goal of the Sandy Springs Mission is to provide educational support programs to needy children in several local communities. The conservative, but colorful design is meant to convey the Mission’s serious work, while showing the vibrance of youth.

css design

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gutenberg's bible

CSS Zen Garden is an internet design project where web designers are challenged to design a web page using CSS. I selected Gutengerg's bible as a subject for this design to remind us of how much the technology of communication has changed since the invention of moveable type.

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mondrian inspired

This design was influenced by the art of the Dutch painter Piet Mondrian whose artwork often consisted of a grid of vertical and horizontal black lines and the three primary colors. Throughout the design I also used the Golden Section, an aesthically pleasing formula often used by artists and architects obtained by using math and a value known as Phi.

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sinister poker

This design uses images of cards and skeletons to convey a dangerous and dark poker game. There are images from a collection of cards that have a death theme. I also used a very dark background with cards falling to support the hellish feel of the piece.

website redesigns

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sit-n-stay design 1

The goal here was to redesign the Home Page of a local small business. I selected Sit-n-Stay Pet Sitters because I am familiar with their business and know that their site could use a freshening-up. I was able to achieve a more professional look by eleminating unecessary design elements. Using a limited color palette enabled me to emphasize the cat and dog in the image.

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sit-n-stay design 2

In the second design for this site I utilized a similiarly clean layout. This time I chose cute images to convey a happier, less formal look. My thought was to use the same pets in different poses on each internal page. The use of natural colors were selected because of their warm and welcoming feeling that a pet owner would associate with their pets.

Newspaper Redesign Exercise

tribune & georgian online

Thechallenge for this exercise was to improve upon the design of an existing small online newspaper. I chose to build the site upon a twelve column grid, this allowed an improved reorganization of content, but also permitted a fair amount of flexibilty in the grouping of content. Color and placement were used for content emphasis. The result is a more intuitive, easier to navigate design.


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retail packaging

I have had many roles in packaging development. These responsibilies have included managing complete product lines while collaborating with internal personell and outside vendors. I have also proven my ability to conceptualize and design in 3D, as well as successfully managing and art directing large photoshoots.


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beacon dance

I was a member of the team that developed this site. The project was a total redesign of the previous one and my primary role was Information Architect. Working with a great team of Developers and Designers and Project Managers was a great experience.