As a leading-edge web architect, J.S. Goupil needed an original website to reflect his capabilities. Using angled backgrounds, bold colors and custom icons, I greatly increased the visual pull of this portfolio.
The International Rescue Committee in Seattle is funded entirely by donations, including its New Roots program that helps resettled refugees to grow their own food. I helped them to create a sponsorship flyer that would garner attention while avoiding discordance with IRC's global identity.
Pascale is a change catalyst who works in francophone Québec inspiring companies, individuals and organizations to come together and live in a more sustainable way through her company, Sekha. She needed a designer that would help exhibit her unique energy with a fresh and vibrant set of client-facing materials.
Many of the cards we carry around in our wallets are only as useful as the barcode printed on them. Often these cards fatten our wallets and are infrequently used. PassBasket digitizes the barcodes on these passes and houses them on your mobile device for quick access and a lighter footprint.
HVAC Institute created an app for iPad to make dispatching technicians simpler across technical industries. After consulting with multiple design firms, the UI of the application was still not adapted enough for their audience. I consulted with them to create a clear visual hierarchy that improved both the interface and experience.
Prior to the redesign, Barcode Bakery's website was not helping to drive results toward target business goals. The key outcome of the redesign was a consolidation of content leading users quickly and easily to exactly what they are looking for.
Noise Bakery was created as an umbrella brand for Barcode Generator (now Barcode Bakery) to help distinguish it from competitors. I designed and coded this website to be bold and simple to ensure it would be easily navigable.
Part of a vector design series I created for Instagram, this design was selected by the website Mister Dress Up to redistribute under my name as a featured textile artist.
As a creator for The Noun Project, I have received 1,200 icon downloads in the past quarter. My icons illustrate various subjects, from digital concepts to gardening.
This marble-inspired rendition of Capricorn was an analog experience. It started as a group of pencil sketches and is tied together by several physical textures I hand-painted and compiled.
This design was created as a client request after seeing my design "You Are Precious." It was optimized for use on varying textile backgrounds.