La Jolla Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to improve the world through projects centered around children. They were recently accepted as a Google Grant recipient, and needed a redesign to better leverage that.
The International Obstacle Racing Federation (IORF) will be the governing body of obstacle racing and its affiliates worldwide. We built the first site as it’s initial public face. The next phase iteration involved full integration with the Events Network API, pulling stats on athletes and events from the web service.
We recently launched this new design for h2 Media Labs, built in WordPress with a custom theme. The kids on the home page evoked the founding story of the company and it’s upstart attitude. Keeping the main image in grayscale helps it stand out in a world of large, colorful header images, and keeps it from being “too cute”. I also redesigned their logo, which can be seen here.
I worked with the owner of this plant store to conceive of the name, and to design this logo with window signage, as well as collateral, in mind.
In anticipation of a special partner version of Riverbed’s annual Sales Kickoff event, I designed and built this microsite for user information and registration.
While working at Riverbed, I designed and built this microsite to promote the partnership between Riverbed and VMWare, a software-in-the-cloud company.
Kidz Bop is a social music portal for the tween set. This is a redesign to update their image before an app release with many new features.
Here we have an iterative upgrade for this karaoke app. We left the background in place, but upgraded the singer on the splash page. This was later replaced with messaging.
This is the second design for this app, which allows users to sing, record and share “Happy Birthday” using one of several versions that come free with the app.