Responsive website and brand identity design for Emberex, Inc. in Eugene, Oregon. Emberex is a team of strategists, creatives, and developers with a passion for web application development. Their northwest roots and specialization in handling data served as the concept behind the logo — a pairing of green mountains and a data visualization. These ideas were spread out across the brand identity system.
Roles: Art Direction, Design
Poster design for Food for Lane County. The poster was designed so that organizations can promote their own food drives by writing custom information and goals at the bottom of the poster.
With the team at Emberex, I worked with a local entrepreneur and train enthusiast to create Clackety, an iOS app that notifies users when heritage trains are near their current location. We designed a brand identity that references the heritage of the railroad industry, yet delivered in a simple, easy-to-use manner. The app also gives users the ability to report sightings and share them with other users.
Roles: Art Direction & Design
With the team at Emberex, I worked with Clemson University and University of North Carolina Charlotte to create a powerful new tool that allows educators to track and identify students at risk for dropping out of school based on a wide variety of risk factors. To accomplish this, we crafted a responsive web application with an elegant user experience.
Role: art direction & design
This guide was designed for Column Five. The step-by-step process of preparing the perfect holiday bird is visualized.
Roles: design & illustration
For a personal project I created a concept magazine that helps subscribers to unwrap their own creative process and in turn, generate a collaborative atmosphere in the creative industries. The magazine helps people to look at things with a new perspective. This is exemplified by the style of the magazine, which is a mock-up of something I would like to create in the future. Existing articles and photos were used to show what caliber of content the magazine would feature.
Metadata is a compilation of observational studies from everyday locations that I performed to show that we are surrounded by non-digital information. I then presented my findings using photography and data visualizations, showing the data behind everyday locations, experiences, and events.
A proposed redesign of a museum pamphlet as a personal project, Dirty Little Secrets emphasizes the detail and nuance – the dirty secrets – that abstract-expressionist photographer, Aaron Siskind chose to focus on in his photos. The texture and compositions of his work is imitated by the texture of typography and page layouts.
This poster was designed for the Food for Lane County, Summer Plant Sale is an annual community event that raises funds and awareness for hunger in Lane County.