KEEP ON SCROLLIN'
I was asked to build a template for Repair the World that was both visually engaging and able adapt to the five different holiday campaigns the nonprofit runs throughout the year.
Pairing large type with dynamic movement that keeps the user scrolling, the first comp was made using the color palette seen here, with four additional holiday-specific palettes developed afterwards. You can see this particular version in action here.
The world of consulting tends to look very... similar. Growthwise knows they're a different kind of consulting group, and they wanted that to show in their website.
Starting with the logo and their brand blue, new photo, typography, and color palettes were developed to give them a unique look and feel.
After developing a new logo for Teach.org, a UI kit was developed to match and extend their visual language into the digital space. Several individual components soon followed, allowing for a high level of customization over time.
The ask: design a website for a bottled water company owned by Chuck Norris, but don't use "too much Chuck."
An initial audit of the Physicians Foundation website showed that it was full of information, but none of it was easy to find. Restructuring the sitemap was a logical first step, and content organization through categorical color tags further helped with wayfinding. A robust "mega menu" rounded out the new site experience.
No such thing as "too much Chuck" here. After presenting different moodboards that tried to capture Chuck's persona, I had to get creative with some of the content organization, as the client wanted to keep all of the content on a single page. You can check it out here.
I'm not sure I've ever been handed such a remarkable collection of photos to use on a site as I have here. I knew I had to let the pictures (and the people in them) tell the story as much as possible.