Age of Learning (ABCmouse) blends education best practices, innovative technology, and insightful creativity to bring learning to life for children across the U.S. and around the world. I was the second person hired as a UX Designer at Age of Learning, and so had the opportunity to help establish a precedent in living design documentation, style guides and creative standards for internal tools as well as other leadership roles for establishing the ux team within ABCmouse.
Displayed (right) is one page from an extensive design doc. In respect to Age of Learning and confidentiality, examples are available upon request only...
Creative lead for Shazam TV Team in Los Angeles. Design beautiful, compelling second screen experiences, available by "Shazamming" television and live events such as Fashion Rocks in NYC, Red Bull TV, feature film "Gaurdians of the Galaxy" and many more. TV Team is a dynamic new branch of Shazam, and I have was responsible for shaping the workflow and art directing other creatives in this department. As a result, Shazam TV is booming as a leader in the industry for second screen experience.
Production of Interactive Design Decks at Saatchi, 2013 Christmas Holiday Campaigns for UGG Shoes. I worked closely with the lead designer in creating the 2013 UGG Shoe Campaigns on multiple decks. My unique insight as a print production artist, as well as interactive designer, allowed me to contribute a better production process. Saatchi can now deliver their design decks to the client, as well as provide proper assets for third party web developers. This new workflow cut down the production time for future interactive projects by 50 percent.
This was a responsive site and I was responsible creating the functionality, user experience and handing off wire frames.
Front-end development. Take an existing design provided as a photoshop file. I cut the HTML, CSS, optimized imagery, found/applied applicable jQuery plugins and built the site.
I designed and developed this site to promote Doritos’ “Crash The Super Bowl” contest.
I was the lead user interface designer at Aisle7 for 4 years. I lead creative for product development, created wire-frames and ideation process, designed U.I. & authored/managed CSS style sheets for all Aisle7 products.
I was the daytime desktop operator for the large-format print company, Color Edge in Burbank, CA. I prepped files for print, assisted in managing workflow for print personnel, and was the actual printer for large-format inkjet and electrostatic printers.
I designed the new PGMC logo, 2012. It needed to be used in print, embroidery, as well as online.
I designed the Radiators Passport. I was in charge of conceptual development & creative direction, promotion, sales, print production, selecting a print vendor, press-checks, and delivery of passports.
A.D.D. Marketing zine for spring break; a guide to the local hot spots and fun times in Miami, Florida. I was responsible for design, layout, ad-specs, coordination with third-party ad submissions, and print production.