Featured Projects
I'll be adding here in the coming months, but I'm posting a few
projects that I designed or developed for now.
Mobile Application
Branding and Identity
Mad Max: Magnum Opus Site
Selected Clients

I've had the opportunity to work for a wide variety of high-profile clients.
Here are just a few of them.
Warner Brothers
Sony Pictures
Toyo Tires
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
Fiat Chrysler wanted to develop a mobile application that would provide drivers with up-to-the-minute details and maintenance information for their vehicles, as well as keyless entry and other vehicle operation features. The unique challenge presented in this POC request was to come up with a visual design system that could be adapted and modified to suit the needs of the various brands (Fiat, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Maserati) while retaining similar core features and functionality. It was important that all versions of the application could be easily updated so similar layouts were essential to the concept. The images below are visual designs that I produced for the project.
Branding and Identity
The TCS User Experience team needed a leave-behind brochure to help educate prospective clients about their capabilites and unique approach to design. I opted for a modern approach that utilized Helvetica in the typography and strict adherence to a modular grid in the layout. Below are a few page samples from the work.
West Coast Customs: Mad Max Site
To promote an upcoming episode of the hit series West Coast Customs, MoreYellow created a custom teaser site that allowed a behind the scenes look at creating a real-world replica of the Magum Opus. The development challenge was to create a parallax scrolljacking experience showcasing the various features of the vehicle using a combination of full-screen video and graphic overlays. I was responsible for all aspects of development prior to the initial launch. This included producing all HTML5, CSS3 and Javascript, as well as providing assistance with production and export of design assets. The ambitious development timeline was further complicated by the introduction of mid-development changes to both the visual design and interactions. Despite the aforementioned challenges the site was well-received and even earned an Honorable Mention from awwwards.com.
Awwwards.com - Honorable Mention