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Code & Art Direction for a Multi-Regional Real Estate Firm

2018
North American Properties
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Product Design for a Visual Marketing Calendar

2017
Atomized
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UX + UI Design and Code for a National Youth Leadership Organization

2016
Boys & Girls Clubs of America
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Art Direction, Product Design for an American Car Maker

2016
Ford Motor Co.
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Product Design for a Multinational Consumer Goods Company

2015
Procter & Gamble
6
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viewing
Responsive Design for a Drive-thru Quick-lube Chain

2015
Valvoline Instant Oil Change
7
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viewing
Responsive Design for a Solar Company

2015
Sunrun
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viewing
UX + UI Design for a Basketball Stats App designed for iOS

2014
NBA Game Time
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viewing
Editorial Photography for Gap's Fall 2014 Campaign

2014
The "Dress Normal" Project
10
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Currently
viewing
Product Design for a Class II/III Gaming Company

2013
Cadillac Jack



Projects listed in
chronological order.
1
#
Currently
viewing
Code & Art Direction for a Multi-Regional Real Estate Firm

2018
North American Properties
2
#
Currently
viewing
Product Design for a Visual Marketing Calendar

2017
Atomized
3
#
Currently
viewing
UX + UI Design and Code for a National Youth Leadership Organization

2016
Boys & Girls Clubs of America
4
#
Currently
viewing
Art Direction, Product Design for an American Car Maker

2016
Ford Motor Co.
5
#
Currently
viewing
Product Design for a Multinational Consumer Goods Company

2015
Procter & Gamble
6
#
Currently
viewing
Responsive Design for a Drive-thru Quick-lube Chain

2015
Valvoline Instant Oil Change
7
#
Currently
viewing
Responsive Design for a Solar Company

2015
Sunrun
8
#
Currently
viewing
UX + UI Design for a Basketball Stats App designed for iOS

2014
NBA Game Time
9
#
Currently
viewing
Editorial Photography for Gap's Fall 2014 Campaign

2014
The "Dress Normal" Project
10
#
Currently
viewing
Product Design for a Class II/III Gaming Company

2013
Cadillac Jack
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Another developer and I created an iPad app that would allow Casinos to manage their slot machine tournaments from the floor. Special attention was given to the operator responsible for signing up and managing large pools of players.
My role(s) on this project included:
UI Design, Concepting, UX.

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Product Design Solutions for a Class II/III Gaming Company
2013
Slot Machine Tournament Director
Slot Machine Tournament Director
Slot Machine Tournament Director
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Slot Machine Tournament Director
Slot Machine Tournament Director
Slot Machine Tournament Director
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The color blue was given to everything player-related, the color red was given to everything machine-related. And since both players & machines would combine to form tournaments, the color purple is used to indicate everything tournament-related.

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The navigation was reevaluated after testing with an initial pool of operators. The navigation around the edges felt to us like "easy access" in a loud, fast-paced environment, but instead was interpreted, not as links, but as descriptive labels for the content. The hierarchy was ambiguous.

Naturally, I felt that a better solution was out there and further exploration led to the changes seen below.

responsive tablet views

Overall, the interface would begin mimicking the subtle texture of felt, the kind found on tables in casinos.

1
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Currently
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Code & Art Direction for a Multi-Regional Real Estate Firm

2018
North American Properties
2
#
Currently
viewing
Product Design for a Visual Marketing Calendar

2017
Atomized
3
#
Currently
viewing
UX + UI Design and Code for a National Youth Leadership Organization

2016
Boys & Girls Clubs of America
4
#
Currently
viewing
Art Direction, Product Design for an American Car Maker

2016
Ford Motor Co.
5
#
Currently
viewing
Product Design for a Multinational Consumer Goods Company

2015
Procter & Gamble
6
#
Currently
viewing
Responsive Design for a Drive-thru Quick-lube Chain

2015
Valvoline Instant Oil Change
7
#
Currently
viewing
Responsive Design for a Solar Company

2015
Sunrun
8
#
Currently
viewing
UX + UI Design for a Basketball Stats App designed for iOS

2014
NBA Game Time
9
#
Currently
viewing
Editorial Photography for Gap's Fall 2014 Campaign

2014
The "Dress Normal" Project
10
#
Currently
viewing
Product Design for a Class II/III Gaming Company

2013
Cadillac Jack