This was Brandwidth's first redesign in 3 years and we really wanted to make a statement; both visually and technologically. I was given free reign on this design and build from concept to completion.
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EasySeat needed a site redesign that was search-centric while still tying into their current off-the-shelf SiteFinity CMS. The design I developed was part of a much broader rebrand that helped pull in record profits.
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Transitions PRO is a resource portal for optical practices to learn more about Transitions products and gain access to practice building materials such as point-of-sale items and demo kits.
Visit the site: TransitionsPRO.com
Transitions needed an easy way collect visitor's information at national trade shows without the headache of manually entering handwritten info. I, along with another developer at Brandwidth, put together a user-friendly iPad app for non-tech-savvy visitors to enter their information and submit video testimonials.
Transitions Optical wanted to create a consumer-facing resource that not only supplied static eye care information throughout the site but included an interactive quiz with custom recommendations for your next eyeglass purchase.
Visit the site: EyeGlassGuide.com
Guardhouse Security Services needed a new B2C website that stood out from other local security system competitors. Our main focus was to push the Home Security Assessment that we had built for them with a call-to-action with special offers with the assessment results.
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Before hitting their stride consulting on the subject of corporate responsibility for some of the largest companies in the world, Realized Worth needed a fresh brand and website. I was able to supply them with both. A new brand that really spoke to their corporate volunteering mission and a WordPress website that played up their culture of caring.
Visit the site: RealizedWorth.com
Sweet Grass Restaurant needed a site that would not only allow their prospective customers to easily find their hours and location, but also peruse their menus and specials. All this within the exceedingly user-friendly WordPress CMS.
Before The Urban Chalkboard could break new ground by opening the very first play café / learning studio in the greater Indianapolis area they needed to get the word out. I designed playful, yet tasteful, flyers and promos to be passed out throughout the neighborhood to boost interest.
Carl Zeiss Vision approached us to create a trade promotion advertising their partnership with Transitions Optical. We decided to go retro with classic mid-century modern style illustrations of a national roadmap with famous landmarks throughout the United States. This was a fun and ambitious project with a tight deadline with many deliverables.
Transitions needed a quick and easy way to tout the many accomplishments of the EyeGlass Guide to Eye Care Professionals (ECPs) while also conforming to their recent rebrand. We combined impressive stats with strong imagery to implore ECPs to recommend the EyeGlass Guide to their patients before their visit.
When Litz Real Estate wanted to push their renovated properties within their respective neighborhoods, I designed these ads to promote their properties where they needed to be seen the most, local homeowner periodicals as well as an Indianapolis-area magazine focusing on high-end living.
After some major internal changes at Brandwidth, we all agreed a rebrand was in order. After developing several options, this design was chosen by the team.
As a new business, getting your name out there without an identity can be tough. Darnay Homeworks & Construction was in such a predicament before calling on me. Within a week I had provided several logo concepts to choose from and once that was finalized, I quickly designed some business cards to bring their image to the next level.
Micro-Armor was an unfortunate case of letting excitement get the better of you; on the client side as well as my own. They unfortunately discussed logos with us with a quick turnaround before verifying that the purchase of the Micro-Armor name was legit. Lesson learned on both sides.
Realized Worth originally approached me about a redesign of their website. At the time they didn't have an established brand, which would make a website design difficult. I recommended that we work on an identity before beginning on the website. We zeroed in on a mark that really represents their business.
Innov8 Social is an organization lead by an attorney with an innovative vision for social media entrepreneurship. They required a logo to help grow their business and I was happy to oblige.
While designing the site we needed simple graphical representations for both home and business security services. While the main brand was designed by a colleague, I was tasked with this brand extension as part of the website design.
While planning and wireframing Transitions' new B2B portal, I was also called on to design a new logo for the site and it's collateral.
I’m a designer and front-end web developer with over 12 years of experience in the industry. I strive to create beautiful and enjoyable user experiences using every skill and tool in my belt. From brochures to cutting edge web portals and everything in between, I can handle just about anything you throw my way.
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