One of the nations top pizza chains needed a career website, and I was responsible for the designs. My role ran from initial wireframe sketching, UI/UX, full page mockups, and working with the client on asset selection. On this project, I was not involved in any coding.
Art direction and website design for a lead-gen recruitment campaign centered around Comic Con. Visitors spent a remarkable average of 2.5 minutes on the site, and Intuit ended up with 214 qualified leads from various competitor companies.
Responsive career website designs for Intermune, a pharmaceutical company. Unfortunately this project was put on hold indefinitely prior to front-end development, when Intermune was bought by pharmaceutical giant Roche.
Design and front-end coding for responsive one page lead generation site for Genesis Physician Services. In just three months, the landing page had 631 new visitor sessions (a very strong showing for such a highly specialized audience), and the page was a recent industry award winner for being “attractive, approachable and providing a great overview of Genesis Physician and Practitioner Services." I designed and did the front-end code on a custom themed WordPress blog, which was added later after the initial success of the landing page.
Responsive career website designs for Onyx, a pharmaceutical company. Unfortunately this project was put on hold indefinitely prior to front-end development, when Onyx was bought by pharmaceutical giant Amgen.
Responsive career website designs for Mallinckrodt, a pharmaceutical company. I worked on wireframes, and created the desktop and mobile page comps, before handing the designs off to another developer.
I regularly design and develop responsive HTML emails for multiple clients. All emails are tested in Litmus to ensure compatibility for the various desktop and mobile email clients. I code within specifications for the various vendors that deliver the email, and assist with sending and tracking when needed.
Concept creation and art direction, based on a concept to highlight what makes Seton stand out for employees compared to other healthcare systems in the same area.
I came up with the initial "Exposure" concept and headlines, and designed a series of 3 ads for Covance's employment branding. The concept highlighted the science rather than the employee, so the equipment and tools while the employee is in the background and out of focus.
Recruitment marketing campaign, featuring several different print ads.
A recruitment campaign aimed for Intuit, aimed at college students. The concept was based on continued learning and growth, as illustrated in the graphic, and was built out for multiple touchpoints such as posters, banners, and an event booth
Annual report design, with customized infographic section and map fold printing.
An invite design for the annual Boys and Girls Clubs. Invite design included a branded envelope, response card, RSVP envelope, and invite. Due to increased demand, a last minute semi-transparent info card was designed and included.
Employment branding creative for Mallinckrodt, based on a headline and strapline from a copywriter. Conceptually shows the people behind the science, with a personal employee highlight for each employee focused in the ad.
A poster, t-shirt, and certificate designed for an internal social media awareness campaign dubbed "J-Social." Employees would receive this branded campaign "swag" upon completion.
Responsible for design of responsive websites, creative campaigns, and various digital designs. Involved in all aspects of design process from initial concepts to design and execution, revisions, and delivery and implementation of final files and artwork. All while working within brand guidelines, and with creative director revisions and client requests.
Responsible for design and front-end coding of responsive websites and email blasts, creative campaigns, and various collateral. Involved in all aspects of design process from initial concepts to design and execution, to presentation and revisions, and delivery and implementation of final files and artwork. All while working within brand guidelines, and with client revisions and requests. Clients included Intuit, Domino’s, TripAdvisor, Stanford Hospital, Genentech, Danaher, and other leading pharmaceutical and technology-driven companies.
Worked directly with clients on both web and print design, within client brand guidelines and developing new creative campaigns. Starting with initial designs, incorporating client feedback, revisions, and ensuring delivery of final production files to printers, vendors, and client.
Website design for a lead generation company specializing in online education. Worked closely with Marketing to design for new and existing online properties, based on performance and conversion. Designed websites and splash pages, banner ads, and mobile banners.
Silver, Website Category
Aster Awards, 2013
Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Career Website
Outstanding Achievement in Web Development
Web Marketing Association, 2013 WebAwards
TripAdvisor Career Landing Page
Creative Excellence Awards 2012
Print Advertising and Promotions, Single Ad
I shoot film (yes, you read that right) on a Diana F+, a plastic lomography camera. Here are some of my favorite shots. Partly because of the unpredictable camera and partly because of the wait for film to be developed, it's been a lot of fun experimenting and exploring the world with my camera.