Jonesplan - Single-page, responsive site design coded with html5 and css3 on my own custom single-page Wordpress framework. Jquery smooth scroll, sliders & boxes, leaflet.js + mapbox.
In Progress - A Sense of Wander is a travel blog I'm currently developing for a client in San Francisco. Given full creative license, I started by building an identity; from there I designed an elegant website that takes inspiration from magazines and lets the content sing. Now I'm building it.
Flash Flood - Landing page for a local startup print shop & community print studio. Single-page responsive site design coded with html5 and css3. Designed with content in mind with a mobile-first / top-down media query approach.
Tasha Does Tulsa - I redesigned the website for this prominent Tulsa blogger, moving her operation into wordpress and increasing her search engine traffic dramatically.
The Tulsa Project - What began as an online magazine and experiment in beautiful web design later became a blog with a talented, eclectic list of contributors. Now defunct, the site exists as an archive.
Thoughts on Stuff - My personal blog, where I post a variety of content — mostly image-based, but longer form stuff too. I recently redesigned it from scratch, building a responsive wordpress theme that showcases my content in a more custom fashion.
I'm a content creator. I work in various mediums and proudly boast of a long and ever-growing list of personal projects - and some pretty cool collaborations, too.
Ignite OKC 2010 - In 2010 I presented a talk as part of the Ignite series entitled "The Power of Visual Communication". I used my least favorite typeface as a springboard to talk about how everyone can strive for better design — a cause I'm very passionate about.
My Videos - Which are mostly pretty ridiculous, but also a lot of fun.
Transit Redesign - As long-time rider, I can say from experience: Tulsa's Transit design is an embarrassment. I've undertaken a redesign as a personal experiment in information design and cartography — and because I just love a beautiful map. I'm blogging about the process here.