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.
A series of promotional posters for the 2010 American Film Institute in Dallas (paying blatant homage to a couple iconic movie posters) on behalf of El Creative, a major sponsor of the event. We sponsored an unknown movie at the time and met the director and actors. The film: The Hurt Locker, the actor: Jeremy […]
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 endeavored to create a mascot for El Creative to accompany the many lucha libre graphics we created. It ended up turning into a whole new identity for the company.
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.
I created the logo, print collateral and a website for immersion multimedia, an event company in the DFW metroplex.
Myself and Brian Keith at El Creative produced the Fall ’08 Rough Magazine. I also built a complimentary website with games and trivia, as well as the content of the printed version.
Extreme Makeover rebuilt the house of a family in California who operates an exotic animal sanctuary. Part of the makeover was rebuilding the sanctuary, so ABC asked us to create an identity for Forever Wild.
NTWSA is a women’s soccer league which holds tournaments annually. They needed a logo which could easily be changed from a generic league logo to the annual event logo.
Brian Keith at El Creative designed the logo and the site, and I coded it and provided minimal design.
Website design for an investment company in North Texas. The client wanted the best site they could get for the smallest investment possible – go figure.
These graphics were used to help propose a marketing campaign for Coca Cola to Latin-American teenagers.