Melissa Ann's Consulting came to me with a complete overhaul of their logo, marketing materials, website and corporate identity. The site was designed to accentuate their 'boutique' feel to help cater to their high end clientele. The site needed to be simple, clean and accentuate the creative 3D design feel of their company.
Setting Them Free is a crowd sourcing website where users can create a profile and collect donations to help pay for medical expenses via donations to the website. The goal of the design was simplicity - I did not want to clutter up the site with a bunch of graphics and images. Users should be able to navigate to their goal easily and not be overwhelmed with extras. I love the clean, fresh, friendly and appealing design.
Another total rebrand, Sunshine Irrigation hired me to create a website from scratch to update the landing page they had for years that only had a logo and a few sentences. On top of designing the site and the logo, I wrote a vast majority of the marketing text and product descriptions on the site.
Granite of the Valley was a start-up granite company that had nothing but a name and some photos of installations that they had done. I created the company logo and the website to instill a feeling of luxury and quality. I am not typically drawn to dark backgrounds on sites, but I am a big fan of the look and feel of this one.
I designed this site as part of a total re-brand that included a new corporate identity package, a website and some other collateral materials. The previous site was a holdout from 2001 and was desperately outdated. The owners were about to raise pricing and needed the website to help substantiate that move.
This site is a good example of what you can do with a very small amount of content and no art assets at all. I designed their logo, all of their graphics and their website with very little input from the owners. I wrote or rewrote a majority of their content and cleaned up their message to the public which is "we're #1!"
The Degan Construction LLC website was created to showcase the products and services for Phoenix's premier concrete and large scale construction company. The previous website was dated and no longer represented the company, so they asked me to redesign it in a way that showed off the high profile public and private projects that they work on.
This site was designed to be a sister site to Degan Construction. The owner of both companies wanted to co-brand them, but still have separate sites. I designed these logos as a set but staggered the launch of each site. The main purpose of this site was to have a web presence, but not give too much information at the same time.
This ecommerce site was designed to update the corporate identity for this southern CA company to match its size and sales volume. I redesigned their logo, the website and all of their product photography. Custom forms, shopping cart, optimization and security components were all merged seamlessly together to create a clean and simple user interface.
Make A Wish Foundation asked a few of us game designers to help make a wish come true for a boy named Ryan Cotter. His wish was to be a game designer so we built him a complete iOS game for his iphone! This is the accompanying website and blog that I designed and built to help promote Ryans Game.
The WMA Consulting identity package and website were designed to showcase a consulting company that handles finances and projects for ultra high end clientele like CEO's of fortune 500 companies, celebrities and upper echelon sports figures. The site was designed to show a selection of the types of projects that the company can handle for this elite group.
Rockstar Energy Drinks automotive performance division 'Rockstar Performance Garage' located in Temecula CA needed a responsive website that could be updated by the guys in the shop on a regular basis. Now they can blog all they want with this new cutting edge SEO ready site with reviews and social media widgets integrated in a clean and streamlined design.
Mr. Scribs Pizza decided to set up shop in Phoenix so they hired me as their Art Director. On top of all of the other print, photo, illustration and general design work, they had me handle their web design. This site was built using wordpress at the owners request. On top of using all the bells and whistles that wordpress has to offer, I also incorporated the online ordering system for web, iOS & Android.
This was a simple website that I designed for a colleague to represent his skill set without going into too much detail. Along with this site, I set up matching business collateral. I like the simple clean look and fast response time of this site and the trendy one page format that has become more popular recently.
When Larry Fitzgerald asks you for help with his social media, you say yes. I provided brand continuity across all of his social media outlets by introducing a strong, flashy graphic message mixed with experimental Facebook marketing techniques. These changes resulted in a unique set of welcome pages filled with Facebook, Twitter and Youtube exclusive content.
Greg Jennings asked me to give his social media outlets a new look. I provided brand continuity across all of his social media outlets by introducing a strong, flashy graphic message mixed with experimental Facebook marketing techniques. These changes resulted in a unique set of welcome pages filled with Facebook, Twitter and Youtube exclusive content.
Here you will find an assortment of Marketing Landers designed to compel a user to enter a cell phone number and pin to access content sites. These sites need to incorporate a wide variety of keywords within a specific vertical without looking out of place or forced. The content sites also need to display search results in a way that is familiar and comfortable to the user.
As the Project Owner and Lead Designer of the LifePix Facebook application, I designed all of the advertising collateral as well as the application. These pages were designed to encourage users to sign up for the free trial. This package also included YouTube and Twitter page designs.
Click to view a selection of various web design projects that I worked on as the Art Director for Steve Millen Sportparts Inc. Projects included the homepage redesign and maintenance, various product and vendor pages, sweepstakes site designs and everything else that required artwork for any of the STILLEN or AP Racing - Brake Pros pages.
This is the first full flash portfolio website that I designed for my own work in 2003. Flash is now a dated medium, and the 600 x 800 screen size that was the standard then is now obsolete, but I still love this design for an illustrator and photographer. Clicking on the thumbnails opened up the larger view of the image in the appropriate viewer on the left hand side. This way, my digital illustrations always appeared on the Cintiq, sketches on the sketchpad etc. I found this to be a creative solution that I still have not seen on any other creative site.