A fast-paced design and development role creating online experiences for Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, and TLC shows. Responsibilities included wireframing, designing, building, and shipping projects with a small, nimble team. Projects ranged from small show interactives to large, high-traffic, international hubs for special Discovery broadcasts.
A hybrid role, where I was responsible for art directing, designing, and sometimes building user experiences, while maintaining the highest level of quality possible across interactive projects. Projects included animations, mobile experiences, kiosk installations, and full sites. Frequently communicated directly with clients to present design thinking and deliverables.
Worked with a team of art directors, designers, and developers to design and implement online experiences. Projects were mostly Flash-based, but ventured into HTML near the end of my time there.
My freelance moniker, where I've had the opportunity to work on projects ranging from full site builds to animations. I even built a site for David Lynch.
GPA 3.5 – DEAN'S LIST.
Relevant coursework covered interactive design, programming foundation, motion graphics, digital and film photography (including some lightroom time), 3D design and concepts, and video editing/compositing. Minored in art history and studied abroad in Italy for a semester.
Art direction, creative concepting, interaction design, and user experience design
Building and animating interface prototypes
Strong programming foundation
Discovery, Animal Planet, Nike / Jordan, PUMA, Adidas, Dos Equis, PBS Kids,
Kellogg's, Ford, Audi, Universal Studios