Hewlett-Packard

I am restricted from sharing my work at Hewlett-Packard, due to security reasons, so I thought I would write a short description of what I did at HP.

Forte Information

Forte Information is a company that works with government, corporate, and health care business partners to create data-driven reports, Web sites, and training resources

Now Heating and Air Conditioning

I designed this website when I was working for Xcite Media Group. Now H&A needed a website that was fully responsive and easy to use…

Connie Morgan’s Website

When I was at Xcite Media, I helped Connie Morgan with a brochure design. She absolutely loved the Brochure and asked if I would impliment some of the same design ideas into her website. This was what we came up with for her. You can view the full website at conniemorgan.com

Preferred Financial Services

My favorite part about doing this website was that I was able to implement my own style and nostalgia into the design.

SAI – Select Associates International Recruiters

SAI is an international recruiting service for major automotive industries across the world, including North and South America, Japan and Europe.

The Edge Church Project

Ryan (pastor) had asked me to do a design that had “bling” but had a “new car look” to it as well, so I took some carbon fiber graphics, gradients and lots of red and came up with this.

Daniel Maxwell Design Project

I met Daniel at a local Starbucks and we immediately hit it off and later became good friends. The day I met him at Starbucks, I had shown him some of my work and he mentioned that he had a website that he had wanted to redesign for some time.

Financial Abundance / Farlow Financial

Wayne and Elisabeth Farlow called me a few months ago looking to redesign and rejuvenate their website. They were concerned that their old website was a bit too outdated and since Elisabeth was joining her father in his financial business, and hoping to bring a more youthful clientele eventually to the firm, they wanted something that would speak to a larger crowd.