Web + Mobile

Web + Mobile // DrChloe.com Main Page

Carmichael Psychology Web Redesign // DrChloe.com

In 2014, working with Dr. Chloe, we realized it was time for a complete redesign of her wordpress site. Her previous theme was not responsive, relied on too many third-party plugins, and was generally not reflecting her calm, clean brand aesthetic. Upon project approval, within days, her new site was live, and she was thrilled with the new look of the site while retaining all of her existing pages and posts.

Web + Mobile // DrChloe.com AnxietyTools.Com

Online Anxiety Management Tools // AnxietyTools.com

In 2014, after the successful relaunch of DrChloe.com, our focus shifted to developing a new product to help patients learn the most common techniques to treat their anxiety symptoms. Originally, this product was an interactive PDF, but it soon evolved into a web-based product. Using the framework reveal.js, I recreated the content to be responsive, and more interactive.

Web + Mobile // AdrianVaca.com

Site Launch // AdrianVaca.com

In 2016, I was approached by an production director I frequently work with, to design a new website for her talented husband, Adrian Vaca. We had a session of need discovery, and developed a plan to create three unique landing pages for each of Adrian’s common roles: Teacher, Composer, and Performer.

Web + Mobile // CreativeServices.VoyageMedia.com

Site Launch // CreativeServices.VoyageMedia.com

I have been working with Voyage Media since I began freelancing full-time in 2012, mostly as a layout designer and visual researcher. As I got more adept at web design, my role shifted towards that realm. In 2016 it was decided to move the portfolio of creative work off of the company’s primary domain. Using the theme Divi, I created all of the custom graphics, customized the site’s functions, and installed a flexible lightbox for viewing projects.

Illustration + Collage

Editorial Illustrations × Sarasota Magazine

On several occasions I’ve been commissioned by my former Art Director, Gigi Ortwein, at Sarasota Magazine, to produce some illustrations for the magazine. The two stories can be found here:

Illustration + Collage // Editorial Illustrations
Illustration + Collage // Editorial Illustrations
Illustration + Collage // Editorial Illustrations
Illustration + Collage // Editorial Illustrations
Illustration + Collage // Editorial Illustrations
Illustration + Collage // Editorial Illustrations

Editorial Illustrations

Many of these illustrations represent current socio-political issues. I love depicting the complexities and layered nuances present in political opinion pieces. In these compositions, I mainly utilize public domain imagery, and my own typographic details.

GIFs + Motion

GIFs + Motion Design // Giphy x Bonnaroo
GIFs + Motion Design // Giphy x Bonnaroo
GIFs + Motion Design // Giphy x Bonnaroo
GIFs + Motion Design // Giphy x Bonnaroo
GIFs + Motion Design // Giphy x Bonnaroo

Giphy x Bonnaroo

In Summer 2015 I was approached by art director Jess Gillam at Giphy, Inc. to create some original GIFs for Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Machester, TN. I aimed to express the techno-hippie vibe of the fest. The main logo GIF was featured on Tumblr’s Radar during the first day of the festival.

Various GIF Treatments

These three piece are different GIF treatments I have designed for use in social media. From left to right, the clients are ClosetMaid, Okeechobee Music Festival, and Working Nation.

GIFs + Motion Design // Giphy x Bose
GIFs + Motion Design // Giphy x Bose
GIFs + Motion Design // Giphy x Bose
GIFs + Motion Design // Giphy x Bose

Giphy x BOSE

Around November 2015, I was again approached by art director Jess Gillam at Giphy, Inc. to create an original GIF for Bose, to promote the release of their new customizable Quiet Comfort Headphones. The client had already picked a GIF I had produced earlier, and wanted to replicate the look. I was glad to incorporate that existing 3D minimalist aesthetic while still playing up the complexity.

GIFs + Motion Design // Astronauts Wanted
GIFs + Motion Design // Astronauts Wanted
GIFs + Motion Design // Astronauts Wanted

Astronauts Wanted

In the summer of 2014, I was contacted by Poppie Van Herwerden of Astronauts Wanted, a joint venture between Judy McGrath, former Chairperson and CEO of MTV Networks, and Sony Music Entertainment. Because their base audience are mid-late teens, I was encouraged to utilize sickly sweet, tumblr-centric aesthetics.

Branding + Identity Design

Calyx Institute Branding

Because I absolutely adore The Calyx Institute, a non-profit that advocates for internet privacy and affordable access, I made them a logo free of charge.

Branding + Identity Design // Music Putty
Branding + Identity Design // Music Putty

Music Putty Branding

In the summer of 2014, I was invited to join a lean start-up in Santa Cruz, CA. For six intense weeks we worked together and launched Music Putty, a combination internet radio station and fundraising platform. I led the art direction for the project, focusing on logo development, UX/UI, social media assets, and presentation design. For more information about this project, contact founder + CEO Arash Namvar.

Branding + Identity Design // Sidebern's Restaurant
Branding + Identity Design // Sidebern's Restaurant
Branding + Identity Design // Sidebern's Restaurant

Sidebern’s Restaurant Branding

In the summer of 2013, I worked with Macolm Bowen of eNox Media to rebrand an iconic Tampa restaurant, SideBern’s. This logo design won 2013’s “Best of the Bay” Addy Award. The logo features seasonal variations which are featured on the restaurant’s seasonal menus. The “all-season” version is featured on permanent fixtures.

Outdoor Concepts Branding

A project from 2016. I was proud of this 2.5D treatment, a departure from my usual logo design style. In addition to the logo, I designed many business cards, post cards, and their website.

Advertising + Editorial Design

Social Media Assets — ClosetMaid

At various times in 2016 an 2017, I was called into the Sarasota, FL office of On Ideas, Inc. as their overflow freelancer. During the fall and winter months there was often too many projects for their two in-house designers. These are some of the social media assets I created for their main client, ClosetMaid.

Advertising + Editorial Design // Without A Love
Advertising + Editorial Design // Without A Love
Advertising + Editorial Design // Without A Love
Advertising + Editorial Design // Without A Love

Album Cover — “Without A Love” by The Title Sequence

In 2013, Manchester-based band, The Title Sequence, contacted me because they liked what I’d been posting on tumblr and twitter. I was so glad to help them with creating material for their upcoming release ‘Without a Love’ — a totally infectious indie-electro tune with a brit-pop twist. I created the official cover, poster, and web-ready assets for the release. Additionally, I created an animated version of the cover for extra social medial appeal.

Advertising + Editorial Design // Biz941/941CEO Section Openers
Advertising + Editorial Design // Biz941/941CEO Section Openers
Advertising + Editorial Design // Biz941/941CEO Section Openers

Biz941 Magazine Section Openers

From Feb 2013 – March 2014, I worked for Sarasota Magazine. During this time I developed many of the special advertising sections, designed countless sectional ads, and consistently aided with FOB/BOB needs. I worked a lot with Biz941, the business-centric publication under the umbrella of Gulfshore Life Publications, which has since been acquired by Sagacity Media.

Advertising + Editorial Design // Sarasota Magazine Special Section
Advertising + Editorial Design // Sarasota Magazine Special Section
Advertising + Editorial Design // Sarasota Magazine Special Section

Sarasota Magazine

One of my favorite projects for Sarasota Magazine was the Fall 2013 campaign for the Sarasota Arts + Cultural Alliance. I worked closely with board director Jim Shirley, and art director Gigi Ortwein on this campaign.

First Source Consulting

Through Creative Circle, I was placed on a quick assignment to design a takeaway for Emily Rogers of First Source Consulting, based out of Tampa, FL. She had an existing brand look to work within, and I added just a little bit of flair to the clean, corporate look.