I had the priveledge of being the first designer to help Space Monkey launch their innovative cloud storage product. Taking on the likes of Dropbox and Google, I collaborated with developers to design V1 of the desktop, mobile, and web apps for the product, as well as helping shape the brand identity.
Pure Predictive, a cutting edge data anyalitcs company, approached Axis41 to help them overhaul their brand. As lead designer, I helped create a visual system that captures and conveys the power of data.
Imagine Health needed a new brand image, site design, and provider lookup tools. I had the opportunity to create a new identity for the company and redesign their corporate website and marketing materials. In addition, I led the planning and design of an overhaul of their iOS and Android lookup apps, and created an new responsive web version of the tool, providing users with a robust way to search for doctors and healthcare facilities within their network.
As part of my senior BFA studies, I took an existing brand and gave it a fresh look. Aldomak is a Scottish chocolate company with an almost century old heritage. I created a new logo and packaging to convey sophistication and quality.
A modern take on apothecary style packaging. These concepts were for a new line of products by Modere. Though the client ultimately chose to go a different direction I am pleased with how they turned out.
I believe in more than just pretty pixels. Great visual design will always be my first love, but I have come to appreciate the importance of a great experience beginning to end. Personnas, objectives, site maps, wireframes, prototypes and user testing are the foundation of a good design. If you are reading this, I am preaching to the choir. I have had the opportunity to collaborate on UX projects for Space Monkey, Imagine Health, ClearPath, WeBoost, Adobe, and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.