Inspectrum is a home inspection company in Evergreen, Colorado. Using responsive web design I created an easy-to-use way to contact and request an inspection.
This book is my compliation of three different perspectives of NYC's Highline. Spliting the book up into thee sections, Utility [early years of the track], Detritus [the abandoned years] and Reform [the redesign] makes this book an interesting and dynamic timeline to commemorate the park.
Bamarang, an Australian startup, was a flash sale site selling uniquely-designed products. As the Art Director and Senior Designer, I branded products and designed all company marketing materials.
The Tuna School of Thought is a travel blog, another example of documenting my experiences from around the world. I created the layout and identity and general site functionality.
One of my favourite hobbies is traveling. Being obsessively orgainzed, I keep a plethora of detailed records of my travels. I plan to continue traveling and documenting in a unique way.
I created the Identity and poster series for an exhibition of works by undergraduate visual art students at Mason Gross School of the Arts in New Brunswick New Jersey.
I designed and created this limited set of prints. I created the paper from post consumer material. The ink was a combination of last drops from old supplies.
This Website is deciated to Massimo Vignelli as an ode to his aesthetic guidelines.
I created this piece for an exhibiton, Water, held at The Mason Gross Galleries in New Brunswick. I mapped out Rome's nasoni [potable drinking fountains] and its ornamental fountains.
For this exhibit I designed a website to allow visitors to comment on the show through texting. Comments were then projected in real time. I created this project with the goal of offering multi modal connection among visitors. CommentSpace created the ablity to people watch in a public space but also know what they're thinking simultaneously. Initial legibility of the live-feed is masked to delineate the connection that's always prominent yet not always visible.
As the Publication Designer for King Street Gallery in downtown Sydney, I had the opportunity to work directly with the owners and artists to develop marketing and exhibition materials.
Max likes to draw is a simple interactive website with a built in art board portraying the story behind a man named Max.
Elminating the need for a hamburger menu...
Spiked the User-growth +750%