I’ve had the opportunity to work with dozens of amazing clients, including small businesses, non-profits, startups and global brands. I’ll highlight a few:
She Should Run
She Should Run is a nonpartisan nonprofit working to dramatically increase the number of women considering a run for public office. I worked with their team to develop a custom, component-based theme based on the Timber framework. The theme allows editors to easily build pages with a preset group of components that can be stacked/reordered as needed. I also built a community section (based on the BuddyBoss framework) with a registration workflow powered by Gravity Forms.
Folloze is a no-code buyer experience platform. I worked with their in-house designer to build a component-based WordPress theme with Timber and the Advanced Custom Fields (ACF). The site also includes custom integration with Marketo.
Celtra is cloud-based, self-service software for automating creative production. I worked closely with a creative studio in Slovenia to transform their vivid and playful designs into a component-based WordPress theme. The website’s responsive layout is intricate and complex and includes lots of fun stuff like SVG animation, gradients and variable fonts.
SamCart is a direct-to-consumer eCommerce platform. I worked with their designer to develop a speedy, responsive WordPress theme using Bootstrap, Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) and the Timber framework. The theme includes modular components that are used as building blocks across the site.
Indicative is a behavioral analytics platform. I worked with a design shop to build a custom WordPress theme for their main marketing website. The theme includes custom components built with Timber and the Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) plugin. With this setup, editors in the Indicative office can easily add pricing info, product details, blog posts and the like.
Suzanne Lovell is a award-winning architect and interior designer based in Chicago. I again collaborated with another amazing designer to build a component system that in-house editors could use to build blog posts, case studies and general content pages. Each page on the site is generated from responsive components that can be re-ordered and dragged/dropped as needed.
Collaborating with the mighty WebDevStudios, I took the role of lead designer on the redesign of Uwishunu, a popular events website in Philadelphia. This project involved several onsite meetings at the clients’ office, storyboarding ideas and talking through site features. A lot of time was spent on the list template, which is used extensively throughout the website. WebDevStudios did an amazing job hooking into a maps API to bring these pages to life.