Website design for Speedway's Speedy Café brand, a new type of convenience store in Speedway locations. Our team was tasked with making this new brand stand out with a polished, clean website that showcases the work they've put in to offer higher quality food and drink options on the go.
Along with the team at Marxent Labs, I worked to redesign and rebuild Speedway's web presence. This meant fully reimagining the way Speedway handles their Speedy Rewards program on the web, as well as a move to a responsive layout. Since the initial redesign, we are continuing to make the program easier to understand, as well as provide targeted content specific to individuals based on user data.
Along with the team at Marxent Labs, I worked to redesign Speedway's iOS app. Our primary focus was to offer a cleaner, more intuitive app that better showcases Speedway's services, and to work hand in hand with the newly redesigned website to offer targeted content based on user data.
A homepage concept I worked on for a girls' summer camp in the Boston area. It being for a summer camp, the feel needed to be warm, fun, and inviting, while conveying information cleanly and intuitively.
12 Musketeers is a collaboration between School of Advertising Art alumni to honor the art of letterpress by making some really cool illustrations. My year's theme was warriors through time, with each month being a different warrior. My warrior was the Samurai, and my month was June, which translates to the month of water in Japanese.
Design for Big Bear Frontier, a hotel and cabin rentals site in Big Bear, California. I worked to create a layout that reflects the comfortable environment their cabins offer while clearly conveying relevant information.
Design for the New Orleans Bowl Fan Zone, a blog for a bowl game sponsored by R+L Carriers. The site allows users to participate in contests and vote on who they think will win the matches leading up to the bowl game each year.
Design for a shopping center located on Sanibel island in Florida. This project was a full redesign of the company's brand, including branding for the four separate shopping centers located around the island.
R+L Carriers has dozens of separate internal productivity web applications, all of which had different looks and functionality. I was tasked with creating a standard UI for all internal apps, including page structure, form elements, navigation, and anything else that might be necessary for the various systems at R+L.