I was first brought on to AccessAgility as a Graphic Designer for my HTML and CSS skills I learned at GMU. Although my role expanded greatly, I continued to develop and code the main CMS Joomla site, as well as build other landing sites from scratch.
Since the Joomla site, we migrated to HubSpot and directed our efforts to more of the marketing and sales side. I learned the HubSpot system through and through.
My first task (September 2013) was to update the old company flash site to a new CMS Joomla site. It was my first time working with a CMS, but I have gained intimate knowledge of Joomla since I began. I injected AccessAgility branding through custom HTML and CSS (skills acquired in college). I also had the responsibility of its architecture, copy, and images.
We have since migrated to HubSpot and revamped AccessAgility.com 2.0. This change has been ongoing since February 2017.
This was my first full landing site I built from scratch. It's construction expanded my knowledge of HTML and CSS. It also laid the groundwork for future landing sites based on AccessAgility branding and ease-of-use.
Built for the expansion of the AccessAgility software we created that led to a cloud based version of the popular Mac software.
WiFi analytic testing software had been developed and used by AccessAgility for in-house needs. Some of it was eventually sold commercially. I came on as a graphic designer to apply AccessAgility's branding, update the GUIs, and create landing sites for each app.
These are the new and improved icons, displaying networking elements for which each one represents, as well as creating a cohesive look that falls inline with the AccessAgility brand.
AccessAgility Icons and Branding
Assortment of networking icons I have created for various projects over the years. These have been for websites, proposals, banners, and twitter ad campaigns.
Examples of some of AccessAgility's stationary.
Letterhead, folders, and business cards.
Project for a conference where we were giving out download codes on postcards for trial software.
A few examples of conference banners we use at WiFi conference events.
A few examples of branded HTML emails used for one of AccessAgility's apps.
Brand Icons and Images
Examples of a few icons and images I have created for AccessAgility over the years. These are used in various forms for online promotions, documents, websites, etc.
AccessAgility has developed several networking apps over the years. Most revolve around the aspects of WiFi testing. These two examples are WiFi Scanner and WiFiPerf.
WiFi Scanner is a Mac OS app for general WiFi information and troubleshooting.
WiFiPerf is a iOS app for local network throughput speed testing.
SLSC was my friends snowboarding group from highschool.
Unspoken Understanding is a book I designed, wrote, printed, and bound for my Senior Project. It is about the communication between different cultures and species that exists without the use of spoken word. We are able to understand how people feel and can read peoples' facial and body language in order to communicate. This phenomenon also happens between animals and humans, as well as between animals of different species.
SoA Print Ad Mock-Up
Advertising class had us take SoA Print and create an advertising campaign. With a relatively low budget, we had to decide on our target audience. The target became artistic students on campus that are not working towards an artistic degree. We wanted to focus on the high-quality prints that SoA Print produces and how YOU were the one that created it.
Longboard is a typeface I designed for my Lettering Design class. It comes from a few different hand written styles I have been using over the years. I put them together to create this elongated type, with high ascenders and short descenders.
For my Editorial Design class, we had a project to design and mock-up a few magazine spreads. This included the cover, front matter, and a main article. I chose to do a snowboard magazine, keeping it young and lively, but clean and modern. I wanted to use the negative space on pages to reflect the open sides of snowy mountains.
UI Redesign of the CNN App
In my web design class I had to pick a website or phone app and redesign the User Interface. I chose the CNN app, which is an iPhone app I was familiar with. I was unhappy by its unintuitive navigation and buried settings.
Plynth Business Suite
This is my Graphic Standards Guide for the fake housing development company "Plynth". It is a part of a project I did in my Branding class. The GSG covers the basics of the brand, from typography to implementation of the logo.
This is a collection of some of my drawings from school. They are mostly made up of charcoal and chalk drawings on different drawing papers. Also included is a project entitled "My Favorite Things." This is a list of my favorite things written out with black sharpie with the top objects highlighted and enlarged with blue marker and paint pens.