In 2016 I designed and built the website for Sicat Law, a southern California firm handling criminal and civil cases.
In the fall of 2015 I began work as the lead designer on a redesign of LUNA enterprise software, a digital asset management toolkit for museums and archives. This included significant updates to the visual design and user experience and introduced a minimalist interface with “Almost Flat” design characteristics.
In 2015 I designed a new landing page and marketed the launch of NASA Images, an online resource that allows users to search over 70 NASA image collections. In its first month, NASA Images was featured on numerous science, technology, and design sites around the world including Gizmodo, Engadget, and PC World. For this article in Motherboard I was interviewed about the site’s creation.
In 2014 I redesigned Luna Imaging’s website through Squarespace. In the process I created product photos, custom illustrations, and new content. The Luna Imaging site now includes a free trial of LUNA software, embedded forms with MailChimp automation, and a blog that I manage.