This menu is for a cozy coffee shop with an eclectic menu. Their focus is delicious espresso drinks, so I filled the front side of the menu with just that. The backside has all of the other food options that are equally as delicious, but ordered less often.
Hammer-On was a very fun project for me. The company was new and based out of the owner's garage, so it had no logo, no website, no nothing. I started with the logo and then expanded with the website and sticker for shipping.
ui/ux data layer
MyFarms data layers had to capture very specific data that could have some unique responsive inputs to consider. These data layers could also be many steps long, plus the user needed to be able to view this data later on and convert the plan into a record. At that point they would indicate how the application had changed from the initial plan. All while keeping in mind this user is not tech savy and would have to have a smooth experience to continue using the tool.
ui/ux permissions engine
I designed the MyFarms permission engine. The process began with wire frames, then digital mockups, with those mockups I created a prototype (using InVision), user-tested the prototype and made revisions, then finised with a written work package.
In addition to the layouts shown I created a new notifications tool, an Admin tool for enterprises to set their company's permission set, and an invitation tool.
when a user adds a new contact they enter this traning tool
the permissions page lists the contacts on the left sidebar and displays the selected contact's permissions grid in the main content area
mouse over tips help users understand exactly what selecting the cell will do
after the user selects a cell, a blue info box will appear in the sidebar confirming the newly granted permission
advanced permissions uses the same basic layout, but now each row from basic permissions is a section with its own, more precise grid
I created this brochure for MyFarms to hand out at tradeshows. The goal was to communicate the overall concept of the company and why their partners used their web application.
I created these images to be used with a sermon series for my church. The original concept was people joining together on mission. The illustrations needed to be playful and convey forward movement. The digital files were used in a number of ways: bulletins, slideshow backgrounds, and promotional materials.
The last image in this gallery shows the first week's title.
An indie duo helped out some friends of theirs by headlining a benefit concert. The poster needed to make a splash in a local scene, but provide a lot of details about the night as well.
The dinner invitation was for a group of mothers at a church in PA. The invite is a simple 4x5 card that was handed out as is, no need for mailing.
game jam poster
MyFarms hosted an overnight programming game jam. It was an event geared to recruit local college students as well as a fun challenge for current employees. The poster captured a fun gamer culture as well as provided the necessary information.
A color bachelorette party invitation for a beautiful, excited bride to be. The design was relatively simple, but it is so fun and conveys so much personaity that it is still one of my favorites. The invitations were hand delivered and about the size of a postcard, perfect to stick on a fridge
The New Standard was a 90s themed Senior Art show, for my graduating class. The site was designed to look like a yearbook with the coverpage flipping open like a book. The student pictures were all of the graphic design majors and when the user hovered on a picture doodles and the designer's signature would appear on the page.