Put This On
An everyday menswear magazine
Put This On is an online publication that focuses on men's style. There are guides, commentary, illustrations, and even scans of classic catalogs from the past. Most importantly, Put This On does this without the pretentiousness that is all too familiar on the web.
I designed and developed the entire site, including migrating 7000+ posts from their previous presence which was created on Tumblr.
A system that scaled over thousands of courses
OpenSesame is a venture-backed startup based in Portland that provides a marketplace that provides professional training and educational materials online. As the users and uploaded courses continued to increase, OpenSesame was looking to redesign their entire platform so that it was even easier and more intuitive for their users to buy and sell training courses.
I was responsible for the entire redesign including leading the visual design, user experience and mobile implementation but also the design for internal tools as well as all-new feature and product releases.
From data to decisions
Your analytics and data tell a story so why isn't it presented like a story? Measureful wanted to revolutionize the analytics reading experience by creating beautiful, automated marketing reports so you can focus on making things that matter.
I was responsible for designing the experience from the ground up. That meant not only the main product design but also everything around and behind that which included the marketing homepage, layout builders, settings pages and every part of the site.
Introducing a storied legacy to a legendary brand
The University of Michigan was launching their Jordan Brand sponsorship and were looking for ways to make this announcement. Working with the fine folks at Owen Jones, I created visual directions for both the desktop and mobile experience leveraging both the Jordan Brand but also the classic Michigan blue and gold.