These are examples of full site designs I created for various clients and myself. They are the end results of explorations and iterations, collaboration with other designers, and feedback from clients.
A landing page is a single-serving site or sub-site focused on converting visitors to a specific goal, such as purchasing a particular product or signing up for a newsletter to learn more.
An HTML email requires a different kind of design than a standard webpage. Screen real estate is at a premium in email clients, as is the reader's time, so marketing emails need to be compact and eye-catching.
Banner ads are often annoying and garish, particularly since many marketers take a “shotgun” approach which attempts to simply catch as many eyeballs as possible. Instead, I tend to favor an approach which appeals to specific target groups.
These designs are an example of some of the different shirts I designed as merchandise to accompany my online comic strip, Thinkin’ Lincoln.
In addition to graphic design, I like to draw and make jokes. I am the author of two online comics:
As a fun project, I once offered to create avatars for members of an online forum I frequent: Forum Avatar Project.