Pozative is a text message application that gets reviews from customers right after they leave a business. It's simple, seamless, and helps manage online reputation with real-time notifications. Visit www.pozative.com to view the web design & content.
A smorgasbord of various logos I created for organizations, events, businesses, and more. I love my clients and all the different types of identity that comes from working with them!
After having my third reconstructive foot surgery (you read that right) I met this client by being hers. She helped with my physical therapy, training, and I was all too happy when she hired me later to concept some logos for her training group. She got them printed on tanks so I can now style my sweet designs, which you can also purchase here.
An up-and-coming job search and posting company To New Starts needed a new logo and website. They had already built the application but had no validation and history to get started. It was very important for this client to show that they could compete with the big dogs like Indeed and Monster jobs, while focusing on the simplicity for users. This ironic referral came to me during my search for my own new start!
I joined Adit as a start-up when there was just about 7 of us. Not only did I go from lead designer to managing two teams as Creative Director, I've had the opportunity to help the company grow. From maintaining client relations and consistent brands, I facilitate the design, development, and functionality of their website and/or applications. Here are a few:
Let's Ride Canada was a company that helped people with low credit get approved for a loan so they can purchase a vehicle. They wanted a distinguishable logo as well as a highly branded website + application.
As an exercise in college we dove into the realm of mental fears, phobias, and disorders to create a fake branding campaign that PBS would promote as a series. I chose 3 appearance disorders that I felt were very relatable, especially to women, and wanted to showcase those inner feelings from the inside on the outside
Logo, branding, and an application oh my! My first rebranding project in college: the Oklahoma City Zoo. The silhouettes of the animals has been a crowd favorite. What else is everywhere at the zoo besides animals? Cellphones. Pics or it didn't happen right? Hence, the inspiration of my app; creating an interactive experience throughout the park.
Southern Barrels Apparel came to me in need of a website, additional apparel designs, and marketing material. Their classic logo and country-esque style set the branding and I took it from there. Coming to you live soon!
I'm going to take a second to wine because it's not good to keep things bottled up...I really think that more restaurants should come up with innovative, digital ways to present their menus. After going to a few places like steakhouses or bars that have extremely long wine, beer, and cocktail lists I thought- how nice would it be to hold something compact, fun to go through, and the have your questions answered on the full menu, ingredients, type, etc. (wine was harmed in the making of this project)
At Ligne Agency I worked as a Business Coordinator and Graphic Designer for interior designers doing a variety of jobs and projects. From invitations to presentations, designing to writing, I got to experience both a creative and PR-oriented environment.
Inspired by my cousin and roommate, after learning about the adoption process and how much research, organization, and planning goes into it I thought- why isn't there an app for this yet? Here you'll see the logo, design and wireframes for my concept of Hearts to Homes.
My first official design job was my internship with the University of Oklahoma's IT Department and I absolutely loved it. I did anything from social media, e-blasts, marketing campaigns for events, print work, apparel designs, infographics, the list goes on. Boomer.
Bringing the study of Graphology into design I wanted to do an analyzation of handwriting as it pertained to my subject's personalties, interests, and lifestyle. I've always found the idea of perfection wonderfully absurd and wanted to see what would emerge from that.