With Oklahoma Youth Sing!’s recent renaming, the youth chorus needed a fresh website to pair with their relaunched branding that we completed in 2020. The website features fresh copy, photography, videos, fonts, and type hierarchy native to their new style guide. The homepage provides entry points to all the core sections of their website. One […]
I teamed up with journalists, artists, and translators to develop this website that delivers the stories of people in the Mission District of San Francisco who have been uniquely affected the pandemic. This project is supported by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. How can you increase the impact of the story you tell? The […]
Austin Bat Cave offers writing programs that empower K-12 youth in Austin, Texas to find their voices and tell their stories. For this project, I teamed up with Lewis Carnegie to adapt their crisp design into a mobile-friendly website. I developed the Austin Bat Cave website on WordPress with a shopping cart powered by WooCommerce. The website features […]
Jackman Eye is a full-service optometry clinic in the heart of central Austin. The practice’s website needed an aesthetic refresh to incorporate our recent branding design and to showcase the practice’s freshly renovated optical shop. We transitioned their website to a new platform that improves the user experience for both first-time visitors seeking to learn […]
Norman Eye Associates is based in Norman, Oklahoma. The website features a clean, minimal design with lime accents that coordinate with the interior decoration at the optometry clinic’s new location. Give it a test drive at normaneeyeassociates.com.
I built this website for photographer Yousef Khanfar, who was promoting his Invisible Eve photography series that documents the lives of incarcerated women in Oklahoma. The website also features a WooCommerce shopping cart, responsive design, and parallax scrolling for the homepage. See the full site at www.yousefkhanfar.com.