I am a Los Angeles based Interactive Designer/Art Director, a visual problem solver, someone who combines creative ideas with focused design execution. I've had the opportunity to design for national and international clients. My experience ranges from large-scale global site redesigns, social media campaigns and mobile web. I'm passionate about beautiful design coupled with a seamless user experience.
In conjunction with Disney’s Tron Legacy movie, Coke Zero created a location based mobile game called Tron LiveCycle. This is the website designed to launch the game, and in turn create buzz for the movie.
Each year Volkswagen introduced their new car lineup. These pages were designed to showcase each car along with related events and promotions.
This site was designed to coincide with the launch of Microsoft’s new operating system, Windows 7. It showcased the product, provided demo’s on how to interact with the new OS, and most importantly, served up a live feed of what people were saying about Windows 7 across the web.
CPB needed a way to visually unify all of their internal sites. These were a series of departmental sites that I designed based on a unifying system I created.
CPB wanted a way to say thanks to its clients and vendors for a good year. What better way, than to create a site that allowed people to sign on and shoot a snowball at the top brass in the company, all in the name of charity? This site did just that.
This is the internal employee widget I designed for CPB. It’s an easy way to look up coworkers and get a run down of their basic contact information.
Windows teamed up with Xbox to give away a free game console to everyone who purchased a PC during their back to school sale. This is the Facebook page and mobile website designed to promote that sale.
The iPhone had just launched and was quickly changing the way everyone was viewing mobile web. Volkswagen realized that it needed a mobile site to stay competitive. This was it, the first vw.com mobile site.
This was a project for Domino's Pizza, encouraging people to set up a virtual pizza stand. A small percentage of each pizza sold would be given to the charity or program the stand was set up to benefit.
This is just some of the work I do in my free time, the stuff that I’m inspired to make for no other reason than I love doing it.
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