Web. sites. pages. banners. e-newsletters. e-cards.

Scroll down to check out some of my favorite designs for web.

Sites
 

Rx Global Consulting

Corporate Director of Rx Global, Mike Howden, needed an informational site for current and potential corporate clients. My goal was this clean, clear, and comprehensive site . From the feedback I have received, his clients appreciate the outcome.

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Rx Global Consulting

World Improvement Number

I designed the logo and web pages for World Improvement Number, which DigitalFire Computing Inc. developed. I was happy to participate in a project like WIN, a new social networking site that tracks good deeds around the world.

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World Improvement Number

Morgan Marine Service

Morgan Marine Service is a new company based in New England. I designed the logo, which was inspired by the company founder's love of the ocean. I designed and developed the entire site.

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Morgan Marine Service

Baby Greens

For this organic baby food, I created the marketing plan, designed the logo, packaging, and developed the complete site.

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baby greens

Meridith & Eben's Wedding

For their wedding, Eben Cross and Meridith Greene wanted a creative way to share information with their friends and family. The concept was theirs, but I loved making it a reality. They were great to work with.

Kip Lyall created the introductory animation, which really adds to the whimsy of the whole thing.

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Wedding site

Royal Sands

This site communicates luxury. As the key demographic groups are wealthy 30+ individuals, couples and retirees, the site had to appeal to very different groups.

I created the logo, site and animation.

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royal sands

Art Beyond Walls

I was fortunate to help develop this project from the ground up. Gallerist, Alison Goodwin wanted a unique brand to appeal to her urban clientele. After some really fun brain storming sessions, we came up with some great concepts.

I designed the logo, collateral and site.

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Art beyond walls

The Village Gallery

I created this site as a redesign, once the company had outgrown their original brand image. This commercial art gallery had really expanded over a few years, and needed to reflect this to their current and potential clientele.

Learning about the gallery's clientele really helped make this site successful. It offers a sense of what visiting The Village Gallery is truly like.

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the village gallery

L'Orangerie Tea House

I designed this site in a romantic style that would appeal to older, mostly female users.

I created the illustrations and site.

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tea house

Ipod Nano mini site

As much as I wish I had Mac as a client, this was a student project. It's a simple flash mini site.

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ipod nano mini site

Three Neighbourhoods
in Toronto

This very simple site was my first ever! It's completely laid out in a table hahaha!

I've included it, because I love the content. It showcases some of my favourite places in Toronto.

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Toronto Neighbourhoods
Pages

Bus Schedule Redesign

I redesigned an existing bus schedule that was incredibly difficult to understand.
See the original schedule.

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schedule redesign

Cities of the world

This student project was a lesson in restraint.

I created the illustrations and layout.

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cities of the world

Ingio

For this student project, I was given the name "Ingio" to interpret as a company, product or service.

I created the concept, logo and layout.

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ingio home page
Banners

Nature Valley
expandable big box

This is a storyboard for an expandable banner ad.

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Expandable banner

Typography Forum leaderboard

I also designed the logo.

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type banner
E-newsletters

The Village Gallery
E-News

This image is of print newsletters I designed and later recreated in html. Eventually, the e-news proved a much more efficient method and fully replaced the printed version.

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the village gallery e-news
E-cards

 

The Flash e-cards I've created have been for clients of design firms. For confidentiallity reasons, I cannot publish them here.
Contact me if you'd like to see a sample.

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