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As founding partner of Why, a boutique marketing and product development agency, it was our mission to provide our clients with more than just solutions, but more importantly, the right answers.
Understanding the challenges of communication in the church, SoChurch was created to allow the simple sharing of information between church staff and members delivered via the SoChurch platform, email, RSS, Facebook, or Twitter.
A Ruby on Rails development agency, Burst prides itself on speed, accuracy, and customer satisfaction using agile development methodologies.
The "Lords of the Yard" microsite and complimentary "Yard Tasks" mobile app was part of a pitch for a national lawn and garden hardware manufacturer designed to target different personas based on the types of equipment they used most.
Pet project of GoDaddy founder, Bob Parsons, GoAZ is an Arizona-based motorcycle retail location offering 24/7 online sales and support. I was personally responsible for all interaction design and overseeing final creative.
Scottsdale-based fitness experts, MadSweat wanted to increase awareness of their services and fitness philosophy by creating a CMS-driven website with complimentary Tumblr blog. After just one year of operation, MadSweat was able to accumulated over 30,000 followers.
Driven by their mission to support adoptive families, the Adoptive Families Coalition wanted to share their resources with families faced with children demonstrating emotional, behavioral, or psychological challenges with the relaunch of a new brand, website, and integrated social media strategy.
Self-proclaimed venture guides, Mark Whitehouse and Mark Preston set out to share their vast knowledge of marketing and product development with other entrepreneurs with the launch of a new brand, website, and print collateral.
Designing and implementing some of the most innovative home theater and automation solutions, Creative Sound wanted a web experience that elegantly showcased their work without distracting from their stunning imagery.
Holding company and global medical manufacturer, Providien, needed a consolidated web experience and email marketing capabilities for their entire family of companies giving each it's own unique positioning.
Downtown Phoenix church, New City, wanted to create a website and social media presence that highlighted not only their mission and services but their commitment to the creative urban surroundings with hosted events and art shows.
While employed by GoDaddy, I was responsible for all user experience related to this suite of products. After the successful launch of the first three products, I assumed the role of Product Manager overseeing UX, creative, and development.
Interactive photo kiosk, Fauxbooth, needed a website that showcased their branded experience in action highlighting event videos and description of how the device functions.
Virtual training system, The Get Fit Movement, needed a way to share their program with the world by launching a new brand, website, Tumblr blog, and print materials.
Christian content provider, Kids in Faith, wanted to launch a new line of interactive animated stories requiring the illustration of well-known bible characters, a fully scalable website, and storybook mobile app.
Arizona-based lawyers, Fowler St. Clair, wanted a complete marketing strategy designed around their philosophy of winning trust. This effort included the rebranding of the law firm with the launch of a new website, service specific micro-sites, and complete identity package.
Full-service digital marketing agency, ethology, wanted a set of fresh eyes to evaluate their existing web presence. By giving it a unique design and simplifying the message, the website was now successfully presenting the desired story.