TinyMount email newsletter

This an email newsletter from an ad campaign to promote the sale of BoxWave’s TinyMount for smartphones. I photographed and edited the product images, assembled the layout in Photoshop, and verified the HTML/CSS was compatible to web standards.

TinyMount email newsletter

This an email newsletter from an ad campaign to promote the sale of BoxWave’s TinyMount for smartphones. I photographed and edited the product images, assembled the layout in Photoshop, and verified the HTML/CSS was compatible to web standards.

posted : Thursday, February 20th, 2014

tags : email newsletter ad campaign design

BoxWave has been a supplier of device accessories for over a decade. Their site had gone through very few changes in that time and was in need of a redesign.

I collaborated with the owner on the new design starting with wireframes for layout, then applied a visual design to multiple mock ups. Lastly, I worked with the development team to get it into production.

boxwave.com

posted : Wednesday, April 10th, 2013

tags : boxwave homepage ui ux redesign accessory userexperience wireframe

CityGuru (formerly called “Concierje”) is a private social network targeted specifically for the travel industry. Its main function is to help travelers and businesses connect. I worked with the lead developer/co-founder to redesign the look and layout of their web application, marketing materials, and corporate identity.

CityGuru (formerly called “Concierje”) is a private social network targeted specifically for the travel industry. Its main function is to help travelers and businesses connect. I worked with the lead developer/co-founder to redesign the look and layout of their web application, marketing materials, and corporate identity.

posted : Wednesday, April 10th, 2013

tags : redesign ui ux userexperience cityguru concierge web design

This is an iPhone 5 accessory giveaway promotion landing page. I’ve highlighted the amount of prizes to be given away and the value of each prize so that the visitor would want to enter because their odds of winning seem very high.

The most important element is the email submit form, so the company can have another avenue to  communicate with the visitor. I’ve put the most emphasis on it with a call to action and left a lot of breathing room around it. 

I worked with the marketing team regarding content, finalized the design with upper management, and then coordinated with the developers to get it into production.

This is an iPhone 5 accessory giveaway promotion landing page. I’ve highlighted the amount of prizes to be given away and the value of each prize so that the visitor would want to enter because their odds of winning seem very high.

The most important element is the email submit form, so the company can have another avenue to communicate with the visitor. I’ve put the most emphasis on it with a call to action and left a lot of breathing room around it.

I worked with the marketing team regarding content, finalized the design with upper management, and then coordinated with the developers to get it into production.

posted : Sunday, August 26th, 2012

tags : photoshop ui submit_form promotion ipad_mini iphone_5 giveaway

This is an instruction manual for the BoxWave Keyboard Buddy Case printed double-sided, in full color with three folds. I made the headers large and obvious to clearly define each section.

Printing costs had to be kept low and the design had be laid out in a way that printing it in-house was possible. So I designed it to a letter-sized (8.5x11) format and kept it to one color, excluding black and white.

tools: illustrator and photoshop

posted : Wednesday, July 25th, 2012

tags : illustrator photoshop instruction_manual quick_guide keyboard_buddy_case boxwave print

The redesigned BoxWave “EasyFinder” page, is meant to help visitors match any electronic device with the products available for it. It currently spans several pages and requires many clicks to get to the end result. I’ve combined the different features into a single page. Device images were converted to wireframes to draw less attention, but then turns to full-color on mouse-hover.

posted : Wednesday, July 25th, 2012

tags : ui website boxwave search icons

These product web ads were for BoxWave’s variety of styluses and were displayed during the christmas season, so my idea was to show them off as packaged like a gift. I photographed the products first, designed the ads in Photoshop, and then sliced to Google’s ad specifications.

tools: photoshop, google web ads, adobe camera raw

These product web ads were for BoxWave’s variety of styluses and were displayed during the christmas season, so my idea was to show them off as packaged like a gift. I photographed the products first, designed the ads in Photoshop, and then sliced to Google’s ad specifications.

tools: photoshop, google web ads, adobe camera raw

posted : Thursday, June 21st, 2012

tags : ads banner_ads boxwave display_ads google web_ads stylus styra capacitive kindle_fire new

Icon Imagery website redesign project. Solely created from concept to completion. The original site was created with Adobe Flash and out-of-date web standards. The main project goal was to simplify the layout so that it highlights the work.

tools: jquery, html, css, google maps api, submission form, photoshop, dreamweaver, social plugins (facebook and twitter)

iconimagery.com

posted : Thursday, May 31st, 2012

tags : jquery interactive_design ux ui redesign website web_design html css

The BoxWave website was first developed over a decade ago. Many different pages, features and UI elements were created in that time that did not follow any kind of overall look resulting in a very confusing and unpleasant user experience.

My solution was creating a global theme with a library of UI components that could easily be shared for any designer or developer’s reference. Any part could be updated within the theme and then changed throughout the site.

tools: photoshop, vector icons, jquery, css, html, twitter’s bootstrap

The BoxWave website was first developed over a decade ago. Many different pages, features and UI elements were created in that time that did not follow any kind of overall look resulting in a very confusing and unpleasant user experience.

My solution was creating a global theme with a library of UI components that could easily be shared for any designer or developer’s reference. Any part could be updated within the theme and then changed throughout the site.

tools: photoshop, vector icons, jquery, css, html, twitter’s bootstrap

posted : Friday, May 11th, 2012

tags : components design ui website adobe photoshop vector_icons carousel breadcrumb icons logos social pagination subheader header

Redesigned BoxWave “Cleartouch Ultra” screen protector packaging in size small (smartphones), medium (ereaders), and large (tablets). Designed and laid out with Adobe Illustrator. Previous package design used twice as many plastic and cardboard, so I redesigned it to be more cost efficient and with less misuse of materials. The design highlights the product features in an easy-to-read, uncluttered, bullet style format.Product available to purchase on Amazon and BoxWave.

Redesigned BoxWave “Cleartouch Ultra” screen protector packaging in size small (smartphones), medium (ereaders), and large (tablets). Designed and laid out with Adobe Illustrator. Previous package design used twice as many plastic and cardboard, so I redesigned it to be more cost efficient and with less misuse of materials. The design highlights the product features in an easy-to-read, uncluttered, bullet style format.

Product available to purchase on Amazon and BoxWave.

posted : Friday, May 11th, 2012

tags : boxwave instagram print cleartouch ultra screen_protector

Bouwer Construction is a general contractor that specializes in remodeling multi-unit residential buildings. The project scope consisted of first building an identity and logo, then print and web marketing materials such as business cards, letterheads, signage, banners, and a website. The client needed to separate themselves from the more common kind of contractor that builds homes, since they deal with large-scale building projects. 

tools: jquery, html, css, flash, photoshop, illustrator, submission forms

Bouwer Construction is a general contractor that specializes in remodeling multi-unit residential buildings. The project scope consisted of first building an identity and logo, then print and web marketing materials such as business cards, letterheads, signage, banners, and a website. The client needed to separate themselves from the more common kind of contractor that builds homes, since they deal with large-scale building projects.

tools: jquery, html, css, flash, photoshop, illustrator, submission forms

posted : Saturday, July 9th, 2011

tags : bouwer construction website ui ux

Schademan Homes is an eastside, luxury real estate developer. This is a magazine ad I did for one of their luxury home communities located in the Bellevue suburbs. This project required me to take real estate photos, edit architectural files, and layout the ad to the magazine publisher’s specifications.I worked with the real estate developer to gather content and project specifications.

Schademan Homes is an eastside, luxury real estate developer. This is a magazine ad I did for one of their luxury home communities located in the Bellevue suburbs. This project required me to take real estate photos, edit architectural files, and layout the ad to the magazine publisher’s specifications.

I worked with the real estate developer to gather content and project specifications.

posted : Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008

tags : real_estate photoshop illustrator magazine ad bellevue schademan

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