Times-Union Media Website

The Times-Union Media website was developed using Wordpress and showcases the offerings of the Times-Union Media digital media services.

Concrete Treat Website

Concrete Treat is a website done about concrete sealer and blanket. This was done in WordPress and also features e-commerce functionality. A few items changed between the live site and the mock-ups, but for the most part they are congruent.

Casbah Cafe 2011 Menus

These menus are a new design for the Casbah Cafe restaurant located in Avondale. The look and feel of the menus needed to be overhauled in order to convey an inviting and thematically appropriate setting in order to go along with the atmostphere of the restaurant. Inspiration grew from the stained glass tympanums above the bar of the restaurant. These ... Read More

Modis Manage Millennials 2013 Campaign

The Manage Millennials Campaign was an initiative to educate recruiters on the myths surrounding Millennials. The campaign consisted of webinars, white papers, and social media awareness. These assets were created according to the visual brand styling of Modis in mind. Staying true to Modis branding is a welcome challenge, as it can be both strict and loose at the same … Read More

Modis Geeksgiving 2013 Campaign

Geeksgiving was a supplemental campaign to Geek Pride that concentrated on a Geek themed contest around the time of the winter holidays. I constructed this turkey myself, with color and visual stylings from the Geek Pride 2013 Campaign. Assets that included this were blog headers, Facebook images, homepage touts, and advertisements. Headers Marketing

Modis Geek Pride 2013 Campaign

This is an infographic made for Modis used to showcase statistics and facts for its Geek Pride Week campaign. Characters are heavily modified stock character illustrations; the modifications include completely new clothing and accessories for the character illustrations. Strict branding icons such as the color scheme, dashed lines, and small icon embellishments must be implemented to identify the “Modis feel” … Read More