Posts Tagged With "Designer"

Netflix Content Marketing Ad

One ad campaign. The entire library of Netflix’s streaming service. That’s a lot of content for a 300×250 banner ad, but nothing some technical wizardry couldn’t solve. Let's take a look

State Lines Side Project

I recently launched an art project focused on wood, screen-printing, and geo-centric designs called State Lines Art. While it’s a little messier than writing code (debatable), it’s been a fun project and I’m looking forward to seeing where it goes. Let's take a look

The Ashland Dispatch Website

A custom blog made for two friends-turned-world travelers. The website combined CMS-aided image management with javascript-controlled CSS styling to give the client control over how their images were displayed in their posts. Let's take a look

Kid’s Choice Awards 2014 Ad

What happens when Nickelodeon asks for a silly and fun interactive ad campaign that speaks to youth and imagination? Multicolored cats with glasses on your endframe. That’s what. Let's take a look

The LEGO Movie Ad

This award-winning interactive campaign aimed to capture the energetic tone of the blockbuster success and build excitement over the soon-to-be-famous cast of characters. Let's take a look

The Fog Horn App

The Fog Horn is an iPhone app for the modern reader. Each month it delivers 4 shorts stories to your phone so that you can read well written, digestible content on the go. I designed and coded the front-end needs of the app. Let's take a look

Monday Night Football 2013 Ad

This dynamic ad campaign for ESPN’s Monday Night Football broadcasts allowed the client to switch out content and gave users the ability to vote on weekly matchups. Let's take a look

Turbo Ad

In this rich media ad unit for, the titular snail takes over Fandango’s homepage and shows off his newfound skills. Let's take a look