Diem Jones, art director and photographer for George Clinton (yes, *that* George Clinton!) has contracted me to produce the site for his spoken word new school funk band Equanimity. I am equally parts excited and humbled by this opportunity. More about this project will be available soon.
Dianne Helm, the owner of Helm Book Publishing was what I call a "save me Superman" project; her previous designer left her with *no* original logos, no site, nothing. She had an idea as to how things should function, but she needed someone knowledgeable about design to get her back on the web in a big way.
I started by redesigning her logo in Illustrator from a jpeg, and once that was done, we were off to the races (so to speak.) Over the next 8 weeks, I crafted her a usable site with a mobile friendly e-commerce solution and social community based on a CMS platform for scalability.
From tungsten fly tying beads to fishing hooks, Rip Lips Fishing is an organization committed to the needs of the discriminating fisherman (or fisherwoman.) They wanted a fresh new look for their site and while I knew nothing about fishing, by the end of the project, I was able to ensure they reached the top of Google's organic search engine, generate all sorts of new revenue streams for their products and I had a lot of fun doing it.
UE Cheer was one of the many great companies I was fortunate enough to work for during my time living in San Diego; as always, they were in a bad spot with the loss of their designer and they needed me to create a new look for their site and help unify their many existing product lines.
When I finished their project, they had all original files to work from and a site that they could easily maintain themselves, which they do to this very day.