The Current was an internal website used by Elster to communicate to the many international business units. The client needed a new look and usability best practices to help convey a large amount of content.
As you may have noticed, I enjoy design. All things design from package, print, and industrial to interaction, UX, and digital, I love. I also enjoy stepping away from the computer and creating things mechanically. Silkscreen is one of those mediums.
I worked with Elster to increase searchablity within their site. Elster had a large inventory and wanted to make a central repository to house the wealth of their projects. The goal was making it easy for the user to find the information they needed.
The Wake County Defense client wanted more of an online presence. Their site was generating little traffic and the visit duration was low. After viewing the analytics, I felt the best move was to create fresh content and make the site more responsive.
Elster is an energy management company. Their business products are marketed to a specific vertical. In order to explain their vast and esoteric system, they needed someone to create a method to better communicate.
CEI wanted to refresh their web presence. They are viewed as a technological leader and wanted to reflect that online. I was brought into this project armed with those specifications, and given the creative freedom to explore.
The Raleigh Times is a popular local gastropub. Their website was in need of a facelift and a strategical element also needed to be added. They used their site to show recent menu changes, and this needed expansion.
Servicemesh is a company that offers an enterprise management system. As a startup company with only a logo under their belt, they needed to flesh out their brand, website and icon creation. It was a large, but satisfying project to complete.
I enjoy working on many different aspects of design. If there is a problem, I want to find a visual solution. IBM gave me the opportunity to work on many different projects ranging multiple mediums. From simple interface to more complex interactive designs, IBM offered a gamut of work.
The Frank Gallery Collective was established to support the arts community of Chapel Hill. They wanted a logo to represent their identity, which proved to be a difficult task for a budding gallery trying to establish a brand.
Working with Nasher was always a treat. I was given the opportunity to bring new and creative layouts to each of their annual reports. Nasher gave me the ability to experiment each year to strike a balance between conservative and creative.