Mithun, an architecture firm in Seattle, needed a complete redesign of their public website with a clean look that highlighted its exquisite portfolio, their experience and news stories important to their organization.
SXSW.com had been redesigned each year, but as the conference grew, the “cruft” started to build up as more and more features were added. A big picture, “step-back”, was needed for the site.
I did a complete content audit of the existing site, created a site structure document based on that work, and then reorganized the site to better suit the needs of a much larger conference, improving not only way finding but overall content organization.
Level & Tap is a site dedicated to photography prints taken by me. It’s a small set of work I’ve done over the past few years offered as high quality prints. The site pulls photos directly from Flickr, and is designed to highlight and sell my work.
A side project done with my two good friends Sean Madden and John Vollmer to help facilitate more ad hoc multiplayer gaming experiences using the Nintendo DS. By placing buttons on your bag people could recognize them on the bus, in the subway, or just walking around and then start up a game.