I am responsible for the visual design of the Menu and Hours iPhone app.
Borderlines is a trivia game for the iPhone and iPod Touch that tests your knowledge of world geography. Borderlines is available for free on the app store.
I was the lead designer in a 8-month project that completely overhauled the prominent University's web presence.
Like most universities, Wake Forest was an early adopter of the internet. Fifteen years later they had a multitude of sites with a high variation in aesthetics. My task was to design key landing pages for the University and lead the design of a university-wide framework that could be applied to any department or office.
I was responsible for the overall information and visual design, content hierarchy and information architecture. Over the course of many design mockups and revisions a complete design framework was created for the Wake Forest website network.
The WFU development team used WordPress to implement the visual design with themes that could be chosen and customized by departments.
In addition to this framework, around 20 different landing pages were created along with an entire news site.
The design deliverable for the Wake Forest project was a vibrant, changing tool that has the potential to unify the entire Wake Forest online brand.
Jason Falls approached me in 2011 about redesigning his prominent and popular blog. The end result was an adaptive design optimized for the desktop, tablets and mobile devices.
Pitchbrite connects entrepreneurs with venture capitalists via common life factors (like a shared alma mater, location, etc.) and a unique social network algorithm. I was hired to create the visual design (UI & UX) of the application.
The iteration of this design had a short shelf life. You should have seen the transition to the map view…