Other Work

Not every project is large enough to fill an entire page worth of photos, and not every concept presented gets chosen. This is a small selection of projects (or concepts) I’m proud of for one reason or another. 

Other Work

Not every project is large enough to fill an entire page worth of photos, and not every concept presented gets chosen. This is a small selection of projects (or concepts) I’m proud of for one reason or another. 

Logos

I have designed a number of identities over the years—some for clients and businesses, and some for family and friends. Regardless of where the commission comes from, it is always a rewarding challenge.

SanDisk

These poster concepts were part of an internal campaign to better communicate the company’s vision, mission, and values to its employees. The concept was deemed too abstract and a more photographic approach was chosen in the end.

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Sephora

Every year, Sephora gathers employees from stores and HQ in their largest event of the year—the Store Leadership Conference (SLC). These theming concepts focused on highlighting that beauty comes from within. 

Guide Monkey

An identity and UX/UI for an emotional  wellness app aimed at educating people on how to solve their day-to-day problems. The objective was to make the app feel playful, approachable, and easy to engage with.

AIGA

Design Camp is AIGA MN’s flagship event, and the theme for 2010 was how a designer’s job is often to decipher the best solution to a business need. These posters employed multiple ciphering techniques to hide a message for a prize drawing. The concept, while visually interesting, was too disconnected from the event’s beer drinking brand. Despite that, it remains as one of my favorite pieces.

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Kateeva

Kateeva is one of those companies you don’t really hear about, but is disrupting  an entire industry. To put it simply, they make flexible OLED displays possible (think rollable TVs) using inkjet printing technology. This early website concept used an animated dot wave and dot patterns to illustrate their innovative approach. Parts of this original concept survived in the final design.

Kateeva

Kateeva is one of those companies you don’t really hear about, but is disrupting  an entire industry. To put it simply, they make flexible OLED displays possible (think rollable TVs) using inkjet printing technology. This early website concept used an animated dot wave and dot patterns to illustrate their innovative approach. Parts of this original concept survived in the final design.

Doodles

This poster series is from a set of sketchbook doodles I created during random meetings (don’t judge me). I enjoy the simplicity of the shapes connecting to create a greater whole. 

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Applied Materials

This set of posters was a abstraction of Applied Materials' corporate Vision, Mission and Values. The first poster uses a circular theme to represent vision. The middle poster is meant to be a target (mission), and the third poster represents forward momentum (values).

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PrinovaDigital Transformation

T. Rowe PriceAEM Design System

Bill.comProduct Launch & Branding

ViewpostIdentity & Product Design

Chicago Symphony OrchestraCapital Campaign

Cisco | GSXPRODUCT DESIGN

Cisco | Security & TrustEmployee Communications Campaign

Feeding AmericaAnnual Report

HeartflowProduct Launch

IntelUSER EXPERIENCE DESIGN

SEMI — Contact ProtocolSocial Media Campaign

Twin Cities MarathonIdentity & Event Marketing

Other WorkVarious

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