At the Street, I headed the Editorial graphics department. This included providing visuals for articles, including title images, charts, graphs and infographics.
Working at The Street has given me many opportunities to bring visual solutions to different forms of data in many ways.
Lowe's requested an interactive infographic that would illustrate various solutions to security issues for small business owners.
Our company created the social postings for Sears Home Services, a division of Sears concentrating on home improvement. These included Twitter and Facebook posts and branded campaign designs.
Our company handled the social media needs for Box Tops for Education. These included Twitter and Facebook posts and branded campaign designs.
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We created a complete website redesign for be.group, a senior living facility. This project entailed wireframes, UX design and enewsletter and social media design and execution.
We produced an online presence for U.S. Foods' magazine, Food Fanatics. This project entailed wireframes, UX design and enewsletter and social media design and execution.
Sundance Channel produced a regular show, The Green, every year since 2007. I produced promotional assets in multiple media, including online banner ads, print ads, posters and invites.
Diageo requested some promotional illustrations for their new products. I also worked on graphics for their promotional online series, Crown Royal Television and campaign designs.
Our company was assigned the project of producing a webite to house content for Wells Fargo Works for Small Business.
When Sundance Channel produced its series, Live From Abbey Road, I was asked to produce different assets to promote the show, including banner ads, print ads and bus ads.
As part of the General Mills brand, Old El Paso required creation of their social media assets, such as Facebook and Twitter posts, infographics, drawings and even a taco cake!
I produced different assets for Sundance Channel's series, 31 Days of Sundance. These included Flash banner ads, print ads and invites.
General Mills required creation of their social media assets, such as Facebook and Twitter posts, infographics, drawings and even an American marshmallow flag!