Sexiest Vegetarian Celebrities, 2012 – detail of site header
PETA Catalog e-newsletter - An issue of the biweekly PETA Catalog e-news, which I created within an existing template and modified to highlight specific merchandise. I uploaded these HTML-based e-newletters to PETA's third-party advocacy environment (Convio), and tested them across multiple browsers and e-mail clients.
PETA Catalog e-newsletter - An issue of the biweekly PETA Catalog e-news, which I created within an existing template and modified to highlight specific merchandise. I uploaded these HTML-based e-newletters to PETA's third-party advocacy environment (Convio), and tested them across multiple browsers and e-mail clients.
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Never Be Silent web site - This site launched in January 2012; its goal is to educate people, through the embedded video, about the prevalence of animal abuse, and then encourage them to speak up for animals by sharing information via Facebook and Twitter. I based the stark design of the site on the "Never Be Silent" speech box logo and the grave nature of the subject matter.

http://features.peta.org/never-be-silent/
Mario Kills Tanooki parody site - PETA launched this anti-fur site, featuring a Flash parody of the Super Mario Brothers games, to world-wide outrage and media coverage in fall 2011. I designed the site, creating the "Mario Kills Tanooki" logo, evil Mario character illustration, and footer artwork based on the graphics for the newly-released Super Mario 3D Land video game.

http://features.peta.org/mario-kills-tanooki/
"Hug A Vegetarian" Day 2011 web site - Hug A Vegetarian Day is an annual event that peta2 promotes. I designed the site, based on client input, to reflect the colorful 1970s look of Roger Hargreaves' Mr Men / Little Miss children's books. Likewise, I created the friendly fruit and vegetable characters to mimic Hargreaves' illustrations.

http://features.peta2.com/hug/
Grow Your Own Fur web site - "Grow Your Own Fur" was peta2's fall 2010 anti-fur campaign. At the beginning of the campaign, the mustache was a small, simple illustration but, as people signed the pledge to avoid wearing fur, the mustache grew larger and more complex. I designed the web site to reflect the client's request for an "old west" motif; one of my talented colleagues created more than 70 mustache illustrations to track the growing number of pledges.

http://features.peta2.com/GrowYourOwnFur/

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