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

2018
North American Properties
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UX & UI Design for a Visual Marketing Calendar

2017
Atomized
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UX, Design & Development for a National Youth Leadership Organization

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

2015
Ford Motor Co.
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Analytics UI for a Multinational Consumer Goods Company

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

2015
Valvoline Instant Oil Change
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Responsive Designs for a Solar Company

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

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

2014
The "Dress Normal" Project
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UX/UI Design for a Class II/III Gaming Company

2013
Cadillac Jack
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JJ Verhine
Art Director in Southern California
Art Director in Southern California
Art Director in Southern California
(757) 342-5654
Résumé
Last updated: October 2018

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Client list
I've done work for Ford, Atomized, P&G, Gap, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, MetroPCS, Valvoline, North American Properties, Coca-Cola, Wrigley, Sunrun, Walmart, Publix, Cadillac Jack, Equifax, IHG.

Archived: MetLife and Reynolds Plantation, ForeverHome, Turner, Ogilvy & Mather, Artistry, Windmark Recording, GoSmallBiz, Tarkenton Financial, Finestone & Morris, Who's Next, All Out Custom.

Design Philosophy
I believe in sharing work early in the design process. I endorse the Lean UX methodology. I'm a perfectionist, but maintain a mindful awareness that "Done is better than perfect." Central to working iteratively is knowing when to sacrifice quality for speed, but also how to be resourceful at balancing the two.

The Great Fran Tarkenton goes rogue and says a few outlandish things about me in 2005.

I'm comfortable working independently and consider myself to be a self-starter. I've gained valuable experience directly managing client expectations. I've learned how to tell the client things that they might need to know but are afraid to hear.

Asides

  • I was on a segment of reality tv a long time ago. It's silly, don't watch it.
  • The experience of hiring programmers to build Local Menus is the catalyst that originally pushed me to learn how to code the things I've designed.
  • I began publishing observations about UX & game design at Game of Thumbs. It's overall highly functional. It's always fun to stretch the boundaries of a WordPress-driven UI. Apple sunsetting affiliate payments was the nail in that coffin.

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