Landing pages for MindTouch, Inc., Jeans 4 Justice and eEye
Kiosk design for The San Diego River Park Foundation. These kiosk posters are at the Dog Beach Trail and at the The San Diego River Estuary & Southern Wildlife Preserve and inform trail visitors about the location and the efforts of the San Diego River Park Foundation.
Web re-design for American Boxing. The new site features improved navigation, noticeable calls-to-action, and more attractive layout.
Web re-design for Bedrock Boulders. The new site features improved navigation, better product highlighting and social sharing options.
Re-design of the Jeans 4 Justice website to match the new print branding I developed. The new, bright colors represent the vibrant, healthy and caring nature of this non-profit organization.
The non-profit Jeans 4 Justice was founded 2005 and didn’t have the resources to focus efforts on their branding material. I volunteered my efforts to creating a style guide that would lend itself to creating a cohesive, positive image for their countless community efforts.
When MindTouch launched its game-changing product “MindTouch 2010″ the tagline “Author Discover Curate” was adopted. In order to quickly convey the ease of the content curation life cycle I developed this t-shirt illustration for giveaways at trade shows and to customers.
Fabrison’s likes to greet customers upon arrival with the table menu. The menus are 11×17 and laminated so customers can set their coffee, or delectable espresso on their menu as the decide what to eat.
Justice in Motion (JIM) is the fitness program of Jeans 4 Justice (J4J), a non-profit organization that uses fashion, art, film and fitness to open conversations about sexual violence. Collateral for this project included a print and web flyer.
In the spirit of cultivating healthy communities, Jeans 4 Justice invited the community to join them for the 2nd Bi-Annual Yoga-thlon Challenge. Collateral for this event included, print flyer, web banner and e-blast invitation.
To lend a more handmade appeal, a couple menus are printed per page with small color variances. The final cut size of 4.5×12 fits nicely in the viewers hands and is an uncommon size, creating a more unique experience. I drew the word ‘Menu’ by hand to add the finishing touch to the piece.
This is a series of 18 double sided conversation cards. The front contains information about Jeans 4 Justice and the back contains a positve affirmation statement. The card encourages the recipient to continue the conversation on the J4J website or facebook fan page.
Over my three years working at MindTouch, Inc. we relaunched the corporate website five times. Each time with the intent of achieving new company goals. This final relaunch had the goal of increasing form fills for trial starts of MindTouch TCS. From Q1 – Q3 trial starts increased by a successful 20%.
Jeans 4 Justice has required a couple different bright banners to hang at their events, meetups and exhibits.
MindTouch event banner designs from shaking up Web 2.0 with my illustration of the MindTouch “Collaboration Rabbit” to co-branding with partners.
Each month the MindTouch e-newsletter features a Chart or Infograph of The Month. July’s infograph showed growth in site engagement experienced by MindTouch customers with the launch of MindTouch Contextual Help.
Dos Plumas Hunting LTC. CO. needed a logo that communicated ‘big game’.
Hanson’s Running was the main sponsor of the 2006 New Year’s Resolution 5k Run. They were in need of a team t-shirt that was fun and creative and turned to Trent Design.
The City of Sterling Heights was in need of set of banners for community events that expressed the city’s duality. Combined the banners represent why Sterling Heights, a core suburbs of Detroit, is year after year on the list of “Best Places to Live” in the United States.