Category Archives: Web

A Designer’s Wedding

Well I’ve been married a little over a month now, so I thought it was about time I shared the things I made for my own big day. The list of possibilities are endless for DIY weddings, but I had to reign it in at invitations, bulletins, a website, favors, and corn-hole. Check out the final invitations and favors below and see our website at

2016, A Year in Review

As the last few days of the year are winding down, it’s always a good time for some reflection on the past 12 months and the projects I’ve completed during them. Below are a few of my favorites:

KSTG Website
Website created for transportation company.

Above Standard Tile Logo Development
Sometimes the coolest projects you end up getting in the least expected places. I developed a logo for a Flooring company that prides itself on the standard in which they produce their work. Symmetric shapes are the foundation for the concept of this logo design.


Pokegress Coin
Commemorative coin created for the gaming community that plays Ingress and now Pokemon go. Ingressers were the pioneers of ARG and this coin was widely sold to those who have weathered the seasons of the change in gaming. Coin is still available for sale here. Website Design
Clean, functional website that was designed for a local jewelry store. 


Happy New Year and here’s to a bunch of great new projects in 2017!

The New Great “Flat” Design

In the fast-changing world of UI design, many designers are waving goodbye to 3D effects, textures and gradients.

For now at least, it’s about simple shapes, bold contrasting colours, considered use of type and grids, and smooth, intuitive navigation.

Read the full article here…


Sometimes, these flat designs can be hit or miss. Too many gradients or bright colors can really hurt the products usability or stickiness. The newest iOS7 would be a good example of too many shades of bright colors going haywire.


iPhone app, Taasky (pictured above), is a great example of simple and effective flat app design. The purpose of the app is to manage your daily tasks, which makes the easy-to-use interface much more pleasing to use quickly or on the go. This app has not yet been released for public use, but I’m looking forward to seeing it live.

Like Taasky? Follow creator Jakub Antalík’s progress on Dribbble

130 Free Vector Icons – PSD

Happy hump day! Everybody loves free things, especially quality free things.
This is a nice pack of vector icons by designer Vladimir Kramer.

Thanks Vlad, nice work!