Web Work

August 29, 2011

T & E Concert Services

T & E Concert Services was in need of a new look online… they had hired a designer to do some new logo work for them, but hadn’t updated their quickly aging website. Much like the site I did for Lotus Pedals, T & E was looking for something really simple (no need for a…

July 25, 2011

Cutloose Creations Cover-Ups

This was my first site as a contract designer for 3Five Designs. 3Five is a design studio based here in Duluth. They have a wide variety of clients (big and small), and some serious business know-how (on top of design chops). They fit my personal and professional aesthetic, and after a short lunch with them…

July 18, 2011

The Blue Heron Trading Co.

I’ve worked on many print projects for The Blue Heron Trading Company (business cards, in-store signage, posters, etc…), so I was excited when they finally wanted to move forward with a new website. The old website basically was the logo and some directions. They wanted to keep the site simple. They have no desire to…

June 23, 2011

Lotus Pedal Designs

Lotus Pedal Designs is a custom guitar effects pedal shop run by Sean Erspamer. Sean approached me about designing a site that highlighted the simplicity of his pedal designs, yet looked professional and made customers feel comfortable ordering online. I did the complete design and build for this project. Helping Sean from getting copy writing…

January 18, 2011

St. Scholastica Centennial

The College of St. Scholastica wanted a website that would serve as a hub for it’s centennial celebration as well as a showcase of the college’s 100 years of history. The design needed to be neutral enough to work with a lot of different photography and be easy to navigate as it’s naturally content heavy….

January 7, 2011

Cor

Cor is a new web services portal that The College of St. Scholastica will be bringing online early this year. The college’s IT department tasked me with developing a logo that will serve as the visual identity for this new system that will be used by all students, faculty and staff. The identity needed to…