The Intellidemia site was originally built without a user-friendly content management system. As part of a freelance project, the site was converted to WordPress keeping the template structure and original styles intact. To make the editing more user-friendly, custom post types and custom meta boxes were used in the WordPress backend, as well as extensive custom PHP page templates.
For this freelance project, the Forget Me Not Celebrations food blog already had a template designed and mocked up in Photoshop. WordPress was used to develop and program the site to ensure a user-friendly backend for the client. The recipe index section is dynamically generated through a customized PHP template that expands upon the already existing ReciPress WordPress extension.
This WordPress site was restructured from a static, fixed-width layout to a responsive, fluid layout using the Foundation framework by ZURB. It not only utilizes cross-browser, cross-device compatible code, but implements custom PHP menus, templates, custom post types and custom meta boxes in the site’s backend. None of the site’s original styles or features were lost during the the transition.
The Syllabus Institute is a WordPress-based site created, along with the logo, as part of an internship with Intellidemia. It’s purpose is to be a database of industry-relevant information as well as a community for industry discussion. It also features a self-assessment survey created using the LimeSurvey software with a custom format, results, and styling to integrate fully with the site.
This is an identity and advertising campaign created for a production of the musical Assassins put on by the RPI Players theatre group. The goal was to create graphics to promote the show both on and off the RPI campus in various mediums. Pieces include a large poster, postcards, business cards, t-shirts, the show playbill, and outdoor marquees.
This AIDS awareness campaign was created as a final project for a graduate level course on design. The goal was to research an audience from a foreign community and develop graphics that would appeal specifically to them. This campaign focuses on the inner-city gay male community. Pieces include print brochures, posters, and postcards as well as large format outdoor advertising.
This wireframe was created as a two-person group project for a graduate level course on prototype production. It was designed after extensive user testing and developing use case scenarios. The goal of the application was to integrate calendar and schedule management with location-based alerts and check-in services such as FourSquare.
This is a multi-purpose design created for a graduate level course on design. The goal of the project was to develop graphics based on feedback and discussions with an African-based non-profit and the class spoke directly with Zimbabwe residents. The piece is meant to promote the farming program and can be used as a sticker, poster, or other print formats.
This site was created for the great guys behind the MANville podcast. It features a custom template based off of the Grow Your Business theme framework and integrates a number of podcasting features, such as direct downloads and PodBean streaming. The site also has social media sharing capabilities and a customized RSS feed for podcast streaming.
This logo was created for the great college hockey blog Without A Peer. The goal was to represent what the blog was about in a clear, simple way while also remaining professional. It is currently in use on the popular live site and is also going to be used on merchandising. It has two variants: a square icon and an expanded logotype that incorporates the icon.