Month: July 2018

White River Trees

White River Trees White River Trees needed a site that highlighted their experience and the advanced technology they use to grow healthy trees. View the site >> Shown below: White River Trees website

Berthoud Economic Development

Berthoud Economic Development I worked with another graphic designer to create this site. I created the bulk of the pages using design cues from her initial layouts. Visit the site >> SHOWN BELOW: Berthoud Website

Colorado Companies to Watch

Colorado Companies to Watch Colorado Companies to Watch is an awards program to honor 2nd Stage companies for the critical role they play in our state and community economies. View the site >> Shown Below: CCTW website

JetClosing website

JetClosing

JetClosing JetClosing’s mission is to humanize the real estate title and settlement experience by leveraging systems, processes, and technology. Shown below: JetClosing Website

Brain Poster

Brain Poster If you’ve ever looked at a designer and wondered what was going on, today is your lucky day. Here’s a peek inside the mind of a designer. Shown Below: Actual Scan of my Brain. yes, it’s That colorful.

Sweetman/Allen Studio

Sweetman/Allen Studio How do you combine a love of metal and a love of wine? You make your own goblet! Sweetman/Allen Studio teaches classes in various metalworking techniques. These pieces were used to advertise workshops and gatherings.shown below: ads created for the studio

Manager’s Conference

Manager’s Conference VICORP’s yearly restaurant manager’s conference held in Las Vegas focused on planning for growth. The organizers wanted to reflect the Las Vegas location in the conference theme. Location banners helped direct the managers to different events throughout the large venue.shown below: cards, t-shirt, location banners, logo

Perpetuum Consultings

Perpetuum Consultings Designed for a consulting firm that manages process, technology and people. The client wanted a logo representing end-to-end project management. I created the custom M using design cues from the typeface and adding the arrows to exemplify the circular process.shown below: business card, sketches