Project: Website, Email Newsletters, Social Media Tools: HTML/CSS, Photoshop, Expression Engine, JQuery Completion:1998 – Ongoing
I’ve completed numerous projects for Earth Birthday Project’s website over several years. Two complete re-designs, e-commerce integration, email newsletters, several new sections with interactive materials and downloads. For the latest redesign in 2010, I built the site in Expression Engine, a content management system, so that the staff can revise and update the site, as well as adding a jQuery slideshow to the homepage. View Site >
Project: Logo, Business System, Website, Social Media Tools: Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, WordPress Completion: March 2011 – Ongoing
As a publicist, Susan A. Schmaeling is in the thick of Houston’s dynamic arts and business scenes. But her company image was out-of-date and a little flat. She wanted something personal, yet professional; creative, yet elegant. And her fresh image needed to be smart and consistently applied across all of her channels – business cards to social media, thank you notes to her improved, CMS website. View Site >
Project: Logo, Promotional Mailers, Rack Cards, Postcards Tools: Illustrator, Photoshop, In Design Completion: August 2009 – Ongoing
A large, diverse audience joins Dance Source Houston at the annual Weekend of Texas Contemporary Dance, so the promotional materials must be fresh, contemporary and convey the excitement of live performance. Lots of details need to be crystal clear, and the striking photos of dancers have to ‘POP.”
Houston Met needs eye-catching print collateral to attract audiences to their Houston performances. The designs must be bold and integrate beautiful performance photographs with established graphic elements.
Busy realtors need to be easy to find and easy to contact. That is especially true in a competitive market like San Francisco. From the opening slideshow to the quick snapshot of her specialty, Sandra’s website is crisp and straightforward. It is easy to use for visitors and for editors using the content management system. View Site >
Project: Logo, Brochure and Business Cards Tools: InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator Completion:April 2008
LUCID Writing & Editing wanted a brochure with classic style that would be a striking introduction to his detailed work. Combining images of the writer’s craft, a typographer’s refined sensibility and a contemporary layering of imagery, I conveyed both tradition and innovation.
Project: Website Tools: XHTML/CSS, Photoshop Completion: March 2009 – Ongoing
Jim Kentch specializes in consumer law and immigration, so he needed an inviting, straightforward website. I took inspiration from Jim’s downtown office – an old building with marble floors and Craftsman-style woodwork. View Site >
CORE needs eye-catching graphic design to attract audiences to performances in Atlanta and Houston. During 2009 and 2010, CORE and I worked together, rebuilding their identity and applying it to everything from letterhead to building murals, postcards and their website. The design is contemporary, bold and features captivating photographs of dancers in motion. View Site >
Colin Construction Co. wanted a crisp, professional website with up-to-date information about their recent projects. They also wanted more visual appeal in the Portfolio section and on the homepage using Flash animation. View Site >
Project: Website, Ecommerce, Newsletter Tools: XHTML/CSS, WordPress, Squirrelcart, Constant Contact Completion: April 2010 – OngoingNatural Health Solutions is the holistic healthcare practice of Dr. Arturo Volpe, specializing in nutritional recommendations to improve the physical and mental health of adults and children. A primary feature of the website is his newsletter which is updated several times each year. Now the newsletter is also sent as an attractive email to his clients. In addition, the online store allows clients from throughout the US to purchase hard-to-find, quality nutritional supplements. View Site >
Project: Website Tools: HTML/CSS, Photoshop, WordPress Completion: August 2008 – April 2012
The Big Field Trip is an ongoing educational adventure for elementary teacher Jason Kirkman and his intrepid family. The site allows his children to post reports, photos and school work from Peru, Brazil, Tunisia and elsewhere with their friends, classmates and families back in the US. View Site >
Project: Website Tools: HTML/CSS, Photoshop Completion: January 2009 – Ongoing
A gallery website that presents the variety of artwork created by Gale Simonson. Using SimpleViewer, the galleries are user-friendly and easy to update. Images remain effective at a various sizes and dimensions.
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Project: Business card Tools: InDesign, Photoshop Completion: Sept 2010
To help spread the word about her new healthcare practice, Sarah Grant needed business cards that subtly reflected the Chinese origins of acupuncture and her strong sense of place in the mountains of Santa Fe.
The beautiful colors and details of Roberta Goodman’s pottery and tiles set the tone for her extensive online portfolio. In addition, it was a pleasure to work on an affordable artist’s portfolio to help promote her beautiful paintings and ceramics. View Site >
HTML/CSS, Photoshop, WordPress Completion: January 2011 – Ongoing
The website of the BioLaw Ethics Institute, a non-profit, will attract participation foro its teleseminars and conferences. Its member resources will include professionals papers, legal decisions and ongoing commentary on this emerging field. View Site >