Web design, development, strategy, and creative thinking for screens of all kinds.

Mark West Winery

A responsive brand website for Mark West Winery created in collaboration with sister agency Juxt. My role in the project was initial planning with team, UI design, front-end development, and back-end development.

Role

UX, Design, Front-end Dev

Collaborators

Agency: Partners + Napier
CD: Daphne Morrissey
Writer: Pete VonDerLinn
Co-Designer: Aaron Bueg

Used

Photoshop, jQuery, Smush.it

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Estancia Winery

A responsive new brand website for Estancia Winery created in collaboration with sister agency Juxt. My role in the project was initial planning with team, UI design, front-end development, and back-end development.

Role

UX, Design, Front-end Dev

Collaborators

Agency: Partners + Napier
CD: Daphne Morrissey
Writer: Sherry Jackson
Co-Designer: Sarah DeVita

Used

Photoshop, jQuery, Smush.it

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Green Mountain Coffee K-Cup Brands

This project consisted of redesigning several 1-2 page sitelets for brands that sold coffee—either in K-cups or bagged—under Green Mountain. My role was to design or co-design 6 of the 7 sites, then to lead front-end development and ensure all HTML, CSS and Javascript met Green Mountain's internal development guidelines before helping to load each into their CMS, Sitecore.

Role

Design (Swiss Miss, Emeril's, Caribou),
Front-end Dev (all)

Collaborators

Agency: Partners + Napier
CD: Pete VonDerLinn
Co-Designers: Karrie Gurnow, Brent Layton
PM: Kim Pegg
Dev: Mike Mohr, GMCR

Used

Photoshop, jQuery, 960.gs, Smush.it, Sitecore

Green Mountain Coffee Storefront

My role in this refresh/redesign of Green Mountian Coffee’s storefront was mainly to make visual and organizational improvements to what had already been wireframed by their internal web team, as well as to create a standard set of UI elements and to translate across several smaller sites for brands who sell K-cup versions of their coffee.

We worked closely with GMCR developers to make sure what was being designed could be produced with minimal impact to overall page load, and would work within their development guidelines.

Role

Design

Collaborators

Agency: Partners + Napier
PM: Jon Brown
Co-Designer: Mike Governale

Used

Photoshop, jsFiddle, Smush.it

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FINS from The Wall Street Journal

Back in 2010 FINS.com, part of the Wall Street Journal Digital Network, launched version 2 of it's website. My role in the relaunch was to design several top-level pages—including the homepage—and then build the front-end of each. The two stages of the project involved first working with another freelancer in New York to keep the UI consistent, then working with the base CSS that FINS internal developers had already begun.

In addition to this project, I've done numerous HTML email projects and several print ads that ran in the Journal.

Role

Design, Front-end Dev

Collaborators

Agency: Freelance
Dev: FINS

Used

Web: Photoshop, jQuery
Email: Photoshop, Litmus, Campaign Monitor

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Lufthansa USA

To help Lufthansa increase flight bookings among U.S. businesspersons traveling to Europe, we developed a campaign promoting the airline's new Full Flat Seat. The campaign featured a number of print ads with QR codes that drove users to a mobile site where they could watch a short video of the seat and it's many features. The responsive site was also built with variable content depending on which ad the user saw, and asked for the user's location for deeper tracking and analytics.

Role

UX, Design

Collaborators

Agency: Partners + Napier
CD: Jeremy Schwartz
Writer: Matt Palmer

Used

Photoshop, jsFiddle, Smush.it, Firebug

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Karrie Gurnow

My role was to take an awesome design and build an awesome responsive site to show off Karrie's design work and pottery.

Role

Front-end Dev

Used

jQuery, Smush.it

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Buffalo Bills 50th Anniversary

A site celebrating the 50th anniversary season of the Buffalo Bills where fans could come and relive and vote on the greatest moments in the team's history, take quizzes, submit tailgating recipes, and swap their face with a Bills great. The campaign resulted in the highest number of season tickets sold in team history.

Role

UX, Design, Front-end Dev

Collaborators

Agency: Martino Flynn
CD: Tim Downs
Writer: Rob Wojtowicz
Dev: Mike Ruschak

Used

Photoshop, jQuery, Flash

Genesee Cream Ale

A website refresh for Genny Cream Ale that has still survived over the years. My role in the project was UI design, front-end development, and Flash work.

Role

Design, Front-end Dev

Collaborators

Agency: Martino Flynn
CD: Tim Downs
Writer: Rob Wojtowicz
Co-Designer: Chuck Bennett

Used

Photoshop, Flash

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Sentry Safe

A few variations on a redesign of Sentry Safe's website created in 2010 before I left the project. The final design ended up being a combination of two of these.

Role

Design

Collaborators

Agency: Martino Flynn
CD: Frank Piacitelli
Dev: Sentry, Pete Fazio, Mike Ruschak

Used

Photoshop

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