Category Portfolio

Portfolio | History Here 3.0


The History Channel has launched a major update to the app I help oversee content for, History HERE. In addition to a nicely executed visual update, version 3.0 of the app also features a new Tours feature, with topical itineraries. For the 3.0 launch I wrote seven of the 14 tours available. The tour is a fun way to dig into the history of a place through the lens of a specific topic. Download the app for free on iOS and Android to view the tours I wrote:

  • Lincoln’s Assassination
  • New York City Culinary
  • History of the Detroit Auto Industry
  • Los Angeles Culinary
  • Nashville Music History
  • Mississippi Civil Rights
  • San Francisco’s Alcatraz Prizon

For more on the 1000-plus sites I wrote up for the previous editions of the app, see this post.

Portfolio | Envoy

For the past two years I’ve been working as the lead designer for Envoy, a San Francisco-based startup that provides personal grocery shopping for homes and businesses up and down the West Coast. I provide a mix of practical ready-to-deploy designs and forward-looking sketches for future versions of Envoy’s web and mobile interfaces.

Portfolio | Eventide Convention Banners

I created these full-height banners for the Eventide Funds booth at a national convention of financial planners. Rarely has a banner so large had so many footnotes, but the finance industry loves (and requires) these things.

Portfolio | CPS

A very minimalist website I created for a group of the world’s leading art dealers

Portfolio | Newfound Heights

Logos and branding for a real estate development firm

Portfolio | Eventide Articles

Printable versions of articles from the Eventide Funds blog

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Website refresh for a nationally-known author, speaker and editor

Portfolio | Red Bull

Animated presentation elements for a national gathering of the Red Bull sales team.

Portfolio | Reading Royalty

Pro-bono work for a private school serving low-income children. Books are awesome!

Portfolio | ZanaAfrica

Last summer I designed this postcard-sized brochure for ZanaAfrica, a nonprofit based in Nairobi. The design brief for the cards was challenging in the usual nonprofit sense: a lot of information to be conveyed succinctly, attractively and respectfully on a very limited budget for quick turnaround. The design process itself was, my clients informed me, quite helpful in refining ZanaA’s message and presentation.