What started as a project to illustrate one ism a day, has birthed a potential card game. There's still a lot of work to get done to make the game made, but keep up with the action at the Isms Tumblr.
Now and then I get the opportunity to design a company's logo and style as well as build their web site, all from the ground up. Z Gear was an exemplary case of this.
The Litmos course system is an online LMS (Learning Management System) and these designs were for course badges, game badges (awards) and various other icons and templates.
Co-designed with Amy Sheppard for the band Particle Seven (alas, no more). Original photography from the Mermaid Parade in Brooklyn, NY.
Book cover design and original photography for the novel "Carousel Cowboy."
This is a marketing microsite that interfaces with the DiscoverOrg's private API using AngularJS and a PHP proxy system.
Designed for Prince, this web site marketed and sold their Shark line of tennis rackets. (Designed in FLash)
Designed for The Economist, this web site was the first attempt to bring the magazine to the web in 1999.
Not a total re-design, but the theme was re-developed to be more responsive, supplied new header graphics (also responsive), and overall optimized the speed of Wordpress.
This logo designed for FrameMe.com, an app that will ship a frame from an iPhone photo.
Designed for Atomic Magazine.
This blog, subtitled, "Minds on Media" dealt with issues where media and cognitive science overlap.
I enhanced Holiday Inn Express's Asian-Pacific Google map with a number of useful Jquery functions, including counts of current and upcoming hotels in a key, grouping of locations for UI noise reduction, and a menu-driven interface. The map functions based on a simple XML document that can be updated any time.
Logo for International Center for Service-Learning Teacher Education at Clemson University.
Designed by Egreen Web Services, I implemented interactive form elements, including my favorite feature, star ratings that updated a graphic indicate the value of the star rating. Simple to do, but helpful to the user.
Using MelonJS I was able to create this rudimentary video game in which Nina has to clean the house and find four items that her family is missing. It's no Halo, but it's a start? (For sound, this needs to be run in Chrome or Firefox.)
This classically styled, but internet "oriented" stamp was created with a silly picture I took of my niece. I'll make one for you too!
My new Jquery plugin allows you to add pan and zoom navigation to your images just by adding image map code to your HTML. But don't bother with a description, the proof of its coolness is in trying it out!
This illustration of the classic Mr. Monopoly stealing IDs and cell phones was created for an editorial on corporate spying.
A logo design for an online DJ at a New York night club party; also used for t-shirts.
Rather than go the more typical route of Google Maps, IHG decided to create this interactive map with a more branded appearance and simplified graphics. Designed by Bridge86, I implemented their design in JVectorMap using custom SVG items, and enhanced them with overlay graphics that are updated via Jquery using an XML document.