I contributed front-end development, project management (and a little design work) on a full-scale redesign for oregonforests.org. It was my first experience with Drupal 8 and I learned a lot about Drupal and Twig in the process.
These comps were built in 2013 as a proposed re-design for Rogue Ales & Spirits website (their site was very out-of-date at the time). The company mission statement is very important to Rogue, so I placed it front and center, and also gave the `about rogue` button more weight than the other sections of the site. The design is a little heavy on copy, and would ultimately need to be edited down by someone more skilled at writing than myself.
If I had to re-visit this project I would try to bring more color into it and I would give less prominence to the social media buttons.
The comps were build using Adobe Photoshop & Adobe Illustrator.
In 2011 I built the first-ever blog for Bob's Red Mill. It was built on the WordPress CMS so that their social media manager could easily add/remove content. The theme was built 100% from the ground up to represent the uniqueness of their brand. Bob's Red Mill had a very rustic, old-timey feel in their branding and this concept of a sign on a wooden building was in-line with that.
The blog was used until 2016, when it was replaced by a new responsive theme. I built this blog during the infancy of responsive design, so it utilized a dedicated desktop and mobile version to display content.
Created in Photoshop & Illustrator
Created in Adobe Illustrator & Photoshop
Created in Adobe Illustrator
I was super fortunate to build the new website for JoyRX. Something extra special about the way this site was built is that everything is modular. Using the WordPress CMS the CCA can customize both the layout and the content of each page.
I did all of the development on this website and contributed to the design here-and-there (such as designing the donation page).