Tagged: Website

Majesty Barber and Hair Studio

Fit for a King

I've worked with HB for many years now assisting his small barber business grow to include a steady array of clients. From business cards to posters, from point-of-sale or customer intake/booking software to a custom website, or even throwing in a dash of social media engagement, HB continues to explore ways to help his clients feel like royalty.

Location: Hyattsville, MD

Years: 2015

Services: Logo Revision, Branding, Marketing, Website

Pride Alliance LGBT Student Organization

Work to be 'Proud' Of

I was thrilled to serve as Marketing Coordinator during my time at the University of Maryland's LGBT Student Organization (GSA), the Pride Alliance. During this time, I designed fliers for the organization and managed its website and social media presence. Specifically, my team lead a rally for domestic partnership rights, honored the Transgender Day of Remembrance, organized a music event series, and I curated a gallery event in the Student Union's student organization lobby called "Proudly Coloring Outside the Lines" as part of the LGBT recognition month.

Location: College Park, MD

Years: 2008-2009

Services: Logo, Website, Marketing, Curation

Music Event Series

Curated Gallery Event

Campaigns, Rallies and Events

Website Design

Hyattsville Community Development Corporation

A Mission of Revitalization

I am thankful that with my work as Economic Development Coordinator for the Hyattsville CDC, I can continually put my graphic design services to a public use, creating websites, maps, custom fliers, newsletters, guides, and the like. Of note are designs I've created or adapted for collaborative programs, like the Gateway Arts District promotional website, MyGatewayArts.org, and the CDC's own Downtown Hyattsville Arts Festival.

Location: Hyattsville, MD

Years: 2012-Present

Services: Website, Print, Branding, Marketing

Various Programs

Gateway Arts District Programs

Bursting Public Art Series

Hyattsville Arts Festival

NUJLS (National Union of Jewish LGBT Students)

Redesign

During a brief internship with Vinny Prell at the NUJLS (National Union of Jewish LGBT Students), I updated the annual event's website design with a touch of vibrance, pomp, and modern order.

Location: Washington, DC

Years: 2008

Services: Website

Margo Humphrey

An Online Home

Professor Humphrey was my printmaking teacher in 2009. I was delighted and honored that she hired me to later design her website where she'd make available her portfolio of work, well archived in her Driskell Center catalog.

Location: College Park, MD

Years: 2009

Services: Website

Rankin Upholstery

Quality and Craftsmanship since 1945

Rankin Upholstery is a Gaithersburg business that's been in operation since 1945. When I met the owner, Dan Simon, he was in the process of renovating property in downtown Hyattsville, so I was more than happy to get a cup of Vigilante Coffee with him and get to work. Dan's work ethic reflects the wider Rankin family vibe, an attention to detail and a wide smile eager with imagination and finesse. He sought an ongoing branding and marketing package, including messaging (slogans, mission, values, etc.), a shop photography session, and graphic design for advertisements, posters, postcards, and logo design. Rankin regularly participate in auto/boat/air shows, regularly seek customer feedback, and are eager to share their portfolio work on their website and social media.

Lastly, surrounding my work with Rankin, I've assisted Dan with another of his companies, Apartment Keepers, in polishing a new brochure and in promoting tenants for one of his properties, called "SoHy". Check it out below at the very bottom of the sets.

Location: Gaithersburg, MD

Years: January 2016-Present

Services: LogoPrint, Branding, Photography, Website

Designs: Logo Design

Designs: Website + Photography

Designs: Customer Satisfaction Postcards

Designs: Advertisements

Designs: Promotions and Posters

Designs: Correspondence

Designs: Apartment Keepers Brochure + SoHy Shops