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imagination. possibility. reality.
The idea is where it all starts. The process is how that idea is realized. From sketching to mockups to prototypes to user testing to CAD to instruction sheets, I am an exceptionally versatile designer who is comfortable and capable in every stage of bringing a product from grand concept to product in hand. The big idea is important, but so is the little stuff. Fit & finish, durability, color, weight, feel, usability. No detail is too small because details are the difference between a forgettable throwaway and something that provides years of joyful use. Never comfortable doing one thing, I find the entire design process exhilarating and often find myself switching gears quickly to get the most important things done on time. Sound like someone you could use on your team? Please reach out using any of the links provided on this profile page!
A logo that PoPs? A poster for that rockin' event? Want to get all your business docs looking fresh? Or are you wanting to launch a product and need an experienced designer to bring your concept to life? Wether it's a one-off logo or a fully fleshed-out CAD model, I would love to discuss your project with you and find out how we can shake things up with Seizmic Design.
Sketching and modeling display concepts along client briefs, creating graphics for display prototypes and ensuring prototypes function correctly, as well as the occasional instruction sheet and other design related functions. Developed numerous POP displays, fixtures and innovative mechanisms that went on to sell thousands of units to nationally and globally recognized companies. I also helped develop the capital equipment branch from one product to three including developing an easy to use hydraulic IV stand with an ingenious pedal system for raising and lowering.
Ad layout & design for the "Severe Weather Guide" spring 2012 and this years "Medical Guide".
Logo, business cards, marketing materials, custom icons, client spec sheet, and also out-source graphics for apparel and vehicles.
Assisting students with using machinery, helping students find the best machine for a given task and which would be the safest process and would best achieve the goal of their design.
SCAD was fantastic. I got to do everything I had been wanting to do ever since I was a little kid. Taking things apart, putting them back together, learning about all kinds of new things, cutting up paper, drawing, coming up with great ideas, painting things, making things, learning cool computer programs, working with cool machines and the whole bit. I loved every minute of it.