Next Monday I’ll be speaking at Pepcon in Austin, Texas (one of my all time favorite US cities). Pepcon is a print and e-publishing conference and I’ll be talking about my transition from print to web design, why I think now is an amazing time for others to make the leap, and how I think [...]
I was featured this week in the "Meet the Team" section of the Behance blog. Check out the full interview here.
It’s a few days late, but I refuse to be the only blogger without a seasonal “best of” blog post. Here are my top 5 blog post of 2012, pulled from Google Analytics with posts that are no longer relevant filtered out by me. Three of the five posts here outline major themes from my [...]
This week one of my blog posts was mentioned in a blog post (Inception!) and a Responsive Web Design collection I created was mentioned on Venturebeat.
My last project from Atlantic Records, a responsive redesign of the Trey Songz website, was featured on the Web Design Served site and in the Adweek Talent Gallery. Web Design Served features the top work from the web design and user interface design fields. Each featured project is hand picked from the Behance Network’s curatorial [...]
My new business cards arrived yesterday at Behance, I'm official!
There is a new interview focusing on my personal work on the Adobe Blog. I’ve been working on a series of illustrations using the iPad as a key part of my process, with additional compositing and cleanup done later on a desktop computer. Two of my pieces are on display via Twitter and Facebook pages. [...]
The first website I designed was for a band. I remember buying HTML for Dummies my freshman year of college and and deploying my site on Geocities. Before this moment, design had just existed in my life and I certainly had never thought of it as a career. A few months later I changed my [...]
I receive a few emails every month asking how I built this website, or a specific piece of functionality on this site. Here is a list (which I plan on updating regularly) with the most common questions.