Monthly Archives: January 2017

Hatswork is a free web resource to spread the good news of headwear’s value as a promotional tool for business. The design is tailored for readability with an underlying theme of revealing itself, as this is the first modern and mobile first website from Outdoor Cap. Visit Live


Jeannie Hulen, Chair of the Department of Art at the University of Arkansas, needed a redesign and update to her personal portfolio. Mrs Hulen wanted a way to show off her work, which is mainly in ceramics, and to get the site updated to her newest work. The old site was outdated featuring Squarespace 5 […]

Chase Family Foundation

Chase Family Foundation, a non-profit organization, is dedicated to helping North West Arkansas with  people with pain, poverty, and people who decided to bettering their troubled past. Created in cross industry collaboration between education, profit, and nonprofit. This project was developed from the ground up starting with general non-profit needs research to design & full […]


This type specimen highlights the features of the sans-serif font Futura. The nearly perfect geometric font has a long history dating back to 1927. The red, as a primary color, is to symbolize the simplicity of the font and to highlight specific attributes of this type.

Typography HTML

Designed purely with HTML and CSS. The asterisk references a present of info like at the bottom of a page or ad. The C is for a candy wrapper.The I is for information, the barcode allows a computer system to quickly look for information about what is scanned. The O is used to make it […]

Taste NWA

This publication was created by four University of Arkansas graphic design students. We narrowed down to our favorite restaurants in the area to help make the dining decision a little easier for those living in Northwest Arkansas. We all went to each of the restaurants together and tasted, tested and judged the food, service, price […]

Sherlock Holmes

This book cover is a modern take on the famous book The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The design was inspired by Google’s material design, a comprehensive guide for visual, motion, and interaction design across platforms and devices. The classic brown maintains the feel of the historic story while a flat […]

Franklin A&E

A business owner wanting to appear technically credible to Architects and Engineers. Her clients are both engineers and architects in the design/build industry. The logo features a profile line of a drawing that acts as the base for her name and builds upon the Architecture and Engineering of her industry.

My Branding


This project was originally developed as a site study then turned into a observatory. It features a living area, bathroom, and an observatory with a elevator as a floor. The site heavily suggests the viewer’s path.The layout was developed by only pushing surfaces. This 4 month study helped develop my thought process and transformed the […]