Every June, The Dogs of DC march in Washington to support animal rescue organizations. All proceeds of the march go directly to the Humane Rescue Alliance. I led logo design, event marketing, branding, and website design for the inaugural march in 2017, and had the opportunity to volunteer at the event. Created at IMGE.
Independent Journal Review is an American publishing company utilizing social media and mobile technology to inform, inspire, and impact a new generation of voters. Over the course of 2 years, I assisted the team in rebranding the company and contributed to a variety of projects including a satirical yearbook for the 2017 White House Correspondents' Dinner, an Inauguration Day “survival kit,” and an annual contest for the cutest dogs on Capitol Hill.
Created at IMGE
Early concept explorations
A collection of websites from the past year created in collaboration with developers. When I design websites, I believe simplicity is optimal, form and function should complement each other, and the design should ultimately fulfill the client's mission.
A local nail business with no prior web presence needed a simple site to highlight their products and make it easy for customers to locate the nearest distributor. They wanted the site to stack up next to big brands like O.P.I. and Essie. In addition to designing the pages, I worked with a small team to photograph their products and turn them into high quality digital renderings for the web.
The Bipawtisan March
Our mission was to create a one-stop resource for the participants of the Bipawtisan March. The site included registration sign-ups, FAQ, meet the pack, sponsors, and more. I aimed to ensure the user experience was simple, fun, and friendly while remaining consistent with the brand. I included custom elements like an icon set to illustrate the event schedule and an interactive map of the route. The 2017 inaugural march was an overall success.
Website refresh for a political analytics and policy intelligence firm. The client wanted a current and eye-catching site that would lend credibility to their brand. We at IMGE addressed their needs by re-vamping their former branding, simplifying the navigation, and adding custom elements throughout the site.
Mackinac Island, a tiny outcropping where Lake Michigan and Lake Huron meet, is both my hometown and a significant source of inspiration for my work. As a contributing artist to local merch business Michigan Pins, I create iconic Mackinac-themed illustrations for pins, magnets, ornaments, bottle openers, and more.