Order Screens [Wireframe + Concept]

A mobile platform designed to aid the experience of purchasing home internet and entertainment, an otherwise complicated task, making it seamless, smooth and painless.

Remove the Clutter

By removing the clutter, the experience becomes smoother and the focus is clearer. The same is true before adding in color and typeography. The layout has to make sense before any design takes place.

Everything at your fingertips

Button placements that make the most sense for both the user and the on screen elements. Hierarchy defined by typography and aided by color.

Input or Dropdown?

Sometimes designers have to take a step back and look to see if an input field is needed to get user input. Here’s a case where a dropdown list makes the most sense rather than having a freeform input text box. Makes sense for the back end code and for the user it’s simplifies everything with only a few taps.


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Responsive E-mail [Design + Code]

Take a responsive website and successfully display it across four major browsers and then display it across multiple e-mail clients inside those four browsers as well as their mobile versions then multiply that by the number of desktop e-mail clients. That's what creating a responsive e-mail is like.

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Order Screens [Wireframe + Concept]

A mobile platform designed to aid the experience of purchasing home internet and entertainment, an otherwise complicated task, making it seamless, smooth and painless.

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Time Warner Cable [Landing Pages]

I had the chance to tackle several landing pages for Time Warner Cable. Each month, the company offered better deals than the last and they needed lightning quick solutions to feature these offers.

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Mike Media Group [Branding + Identity]

Don't let the small size of this agency fool you, with each project we made sure to make a big impact. Every single person in this group has a varied skill set and being small only made us work faster and smarter.

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Mygofer [E-mail Marketing]

Freedom to design doesn't necessarily make the job easier. With creative freedom, comes the responsibility of creating fully fleshed out concepts from start to finish.

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Upromise [Print Collateral]

These seasonal Upromise print ads were created for Sears and Kmart following their campaign guidelines.

Baystate Cruise Company [Website]

While the existing site is still performing satisfactorily, the client felt it needed an update. They've also asked to add an anniversary page at the same time. The following is the results.

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Posters [Print Collateral]

There is always room for print. Here are some poster work that still have a place in my heart.

Logos [Branding]

It goes without saying, logos are still relevant. They say so much, yet fit in such a small package.

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