graphic design and websites with
beauty and brains.
Design is muscular — it works hard, transforming a sketch, a wireframe, or a blank screen into a living, breathing experience that communicates powerfully and creatively, reaching out to your users so they can effortlessly get what they came for. My job is to bring your site, design, brand, and marketing to life; to attract and guide your users, to communicate your message, to infuse it with your identity, yet somehow be invisible, so your visitors are magically wowed without ever knowing how.
Arguably the most important phase of the process because what's decided here sets the stage for the entire project.
*It is recommend that you choose a small team of up to two individuals to interact with me and make final decisions. "Design by committee" leads to below-average designs with above-average prices and delayed deadlines.
The visual layout of the website begins to take shape. I sit down and begin creating schematics and wireframing out the designs, giving careful thought to position, size and proportions. Taking the carefully crafted wireframes & user flows into consideration, I will then start to flesh out the UI until I’m happy with it. Then it’s the time for little tweaks until you're happy as well.
(Please Note: This Review Period is the easiest time to make changes, not after the design has been coded.)
Now it’s time for the really fun part! Taking those designs and using my front-end skills to make them awesome. Whether it be a quick static site, an online informational brochure, or even a responsive site - it’s going to work extremely well.
Now that all the hard work is done there’s just a few final i’s to dot and t’s to cross so your beautiful new site can go live, and I can celebrate by sending over the final invoice. What a treat.
Following your site's launch, your packaged source files will be returned to you and we can exchange high-fives! Yay! I'm so proud of us.
Is the site ever really "done"?
Now that you have a site, keep in mind that it's always a good idea to keep your site updated and fresh but not all websites have content that constantly changes. Websites for small- to medium-sized businesses usually require only a few changes throughout the year, such as when featuring a new product or making an event announcement.
Did I mention I design stuff? I’ve had plenty of fun creating a bunch of designs and websites for both worldwide clients and for myself as personal projects. Every project I undertake is a fresh challenge and I strive to constantly bring innovative ideas to my creative approach in order to broaden my artistic and technical expertise. Here’s a collection of some of my favorite projects so far.