Project: Non-profit organization SAFFT (Supporting Adoptive and Foster Families Together) reached out to me to design a rich quarterly newsletter design to help spread the word about the progress of the organization and raise funds for continued operation. The result was a colorful, immersive , high-impact presentation.
Tools: InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator
Client: Leading with Honor
Project: Leading with Honor reached out to me to help solidify their brand into one cohesive unit from several different offshoots. This was a large-scale project where I worked with the client to migrate 2 content-rich Drupal websites, a product website and a blog into a single, well-organized WordPress website. The design is simple yet refined and the message comes through clear without any distraction.
Client: Career Direct
Project: For this particular project, the client was looking for a responsive method to delivering career assessment results in a single-page format. The result was a responsive, easy to use scrolling page with clear calls to action and charts to display custom data for every user. The page is quick loading and works seamlessly across devices.
Project: This was a project I worked on while employed at my previous employer where we intentionally targeted a specific niche, in this case attorneys looking for answering services. Through an intensive value proposition study and several iterations of sketches, wireframes and testing the final product was a clean, easily readable site that is driving sales to the niche intended.
Client: included, LLC
Project: The client approached me with a very solid vision and goal for this company. He needed a solid logo and brand identity package to represent his idea of an all inclusive, philanthropic wedding planning and production business. We used the red and cream tones to represent the passion behind what he is building with his company and utilized inclusive imagery in the brand mark.
Tools: Illustrator, Photoshop
Project: Logo and identity development for a startup cloud-based call center software company. The name CirraVox came from the term “cirrus”, a type of high cloud and “vox”, meaning voice. Their tagline is “Your Voice in the Cloud” so as I developed the logo I kept that in mind. They wanted a fresh, very cloud-centric theme that would be easily identifiable and representative of a hosted software solution.
Tools: Illustrator, Photoshop
Client: Vivo 360, Inc. for the NAACP
Project: This was a custom WordPress theme development project for the 2017 NAACP Image Awards. The client had a solid brand to work with so with that we created a highly visual, image-rich and interactive site in WordPress that would allow for voting, events management and general information about the awards.
Client: Georgia CALLS
Project: This was a full website redesign to coincide with a rebrand of the organization. As the organization grew throughout it’s first year, the vision changed slightly to revolve around families and the restoration of the family unit. The new design is more approachable, colorful and family-centered.
Tools: WordPress, Photoshop, Illustrator