Work

Launching new DAT brand

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My colleague, Alex Epp and I, in conjunction with the rest of the marketing department at DAT, were proud to launch the new brand that coincided with moving to a new corporate headquarters. The work included a new corporate logomark, a new visual identity, new signage, and new treatments for both screen and video. This was our first phase of the new brand and we'll be expanding it in the upcoming year. Read more


Joining DAT

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I'm joining the DAT team as a Senior Designer and will be focusing on website improvements, extending the brand, rebuilding the company's video standards, and revamping the use of video in tradeshows. Looking forward to it! Read more


Moving on from Prolifiq

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Because of the changing situation at Prolifiq, I'm moving on to new opportunities. I appreciate the time I got to work with them and I'll be wishing them the best. Read more

Prolifiq HQ

Joining Prolifiq as part of their UX Team

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I’ve accepted a new position with Prolifiq Software and will be joining them as a UI designer on their UX team. I’ll be tackling both Web and Mobile UI design and helping to flesh out the standards and practices of their fledgling UX team. The company is a dynamic, growing startup with an expanding product line so I’m sure they’ll keep me busy. Read more


Saying farewall to Thug

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After roughly six years, I've had to move on and say farewell to Thug. I appreciate the years I had there and genuinely appreciated the range and diversity of projects I got to tackle. I found the range of work kept me agile and always striving towards new skills. I wish them the best. Read more


Joining the Thug team in PDX

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I'm excited to announce that I will be joining the Thug Interactive team in Portland as a Senior Designer and will be focusing on Interactive, UI/UX, and video projects. Read more


Leaving Intel

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After several producgtive years with Intel Corporation in Hillsboro, Oregon, the entire internal Design + UX team was let go. I'll be moving on and freelancing with several Portland-based design and interactive agencies. Read more