Yellow City Design Collective was conceived as a group of graphic designers, artists, developers and others passionate about communication. I put it together when I got back from the DSVC show and thought, “why can’t I do that where I live?”
A site declaring my presence in my home town after a long departure, armed with big-city design chops and a mind to change our graphic landscape.
After developing a few new typefaces in the summer of 2014 and expanding on a previous one, I decided they needed a home. Weathersbee Type and this website was the result.
A semi-responsive website for the graphic design club at Amarillo College.
I created a logo (editing a client concept) and developed a website for a small music competition in Nashville which I had previously entered as a music contestant.
I was asked to design and build a website that built upon and strengthened a relatively simple logo mark that already existed. The result was a site that put the content front and center and which also subtly echoed the simple motif of the logo that I tweaked ever so slightly.
I developed a website for a pet store and groomer in the Houston area that focuses on individualized care and community involvement.
I built an extensive, interactive website for HSGD which features calendars, events, job postings and more. I did a little design for interior pages, but it was based on the existing design and art direction by Van Huynh of El Creative
I designed a logo and color scheme for the International School of Brooklyn, and then extended that identity into an extensive website with editable calendars and events, among other functionality.
I built the template and front end functionality for a customizable gift card site which has since seen many different iterations. The content is filler, but the arrow links (steps) and their functionality examples (customizing and tabbing) work properly.
I created an intranet site for a child company of Johnson & Johnson that had to work back to Internet Explorer 6 (hence the lengthy coding). The site employs a huge variety of user interactivity, blending form functionality with semantic elements and a clean design.
I designed and developed a website for a progressive healthcare organization which provides a variety of convenient services. Features of the site include an events listing and online registration system.
I created an online presence for Inix Products that not only showcased their products, but provided a searchable database. The products can be accessed through several different methods, and are easy to update.
I created the visual theme and website for a hip skating rink in south Dallas.