Last week I was part of a small team at Behance responsible for launching a redesign of the 99U website. I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to take on this redesign as my first project at Behance, and am encredibly proud of how it turned out. It is the first fully responsive website [...]
Three new projects mark the first wave of mobile updates since joining Behance as Sr Designer / Head of Mobile. We’ve done some exciting foundational work for the mobile future of Behance while releasing major updates for long time users of the platform.
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 [...]
On Tuesday, to coincide with Halestorm’s launch of their new album ‘The Strange Case Of…’ we launched a new look for their website. Tying into the dark concepts behind their album, and the “Hello, It’s Mz. Hyde” EP, we launched Jeckyl and Hyde inspired themes for the website. If you view the website during the [...]
Last Thursday was a big day for Atlantic/WMG. It marked the end of a very long migration from Cisco’s EOS platform (rip) to Acquia’s Drupal Gardens platform. It took the entire digital staff at WEA and Atlantic Records (not to mention Acquia, Blink Reaction, Infosys and MyPlanet Digital) but we finished two days ahead of [...]
This past week was a good week for the Atlantic Records digital department. First off, our W3 Best in Show Award arrived! Huge congratulations to everyone at Atlantic Records and our partners at Code and Theory on such a prestigious (and heavy) award.
At Mobile World Congress 2012 Mozilla announced its upcoming HTML5 app marketplace for desktop and devices. Using HMTL5 developers will be able to deploy the same app across tablets, phones, desktops and other HTML enabled devices. Atlantic Records worked with Mozilla to build two responsive applications that were showcased at their booth. They are currently [...]
One of the most difficult parts of building a responsive website, or a mobile website, is debugging. Mobile development has always involved simulators and emulators and quality assurance for mobile can be extremely time consuming. About halfway through building this website I found an app that ended up saving me hours of time. I constantly [...]