Robert is an accomplished actor/director/coach and lecturer. His work spans from acting in film and theatre, to stage direction (Regional and Off-Broadway), to classroom lectures in such prestigious universities as Penn State.
Robert needed a new website that was vibrant and young but classic and neutral enough to showcase the differing styles of direction he is known for. This provided some great chances to grow his brand and use some vibrant color that’s anchored by classic textures and Futura inspired fonts.
Here’s some of the stuff I used to make this whole site happen:
Photoshop, Dreamweaver, HTML and CSS (by hand mind you, I used Dreamweaver to help close up tags and a basic visual overview), jQuery (Lightbox2, Dynamic Drive’s FadeInSlideshow and Lazyloadplugins), Google Web Fonts, and custom CSS for IE (yes I feel compelled to call this out as you all know how IE likes to handle things differently and solving those problems is important, and I did them).
Visit his site here - www.robertwschneider.com
JBooth Specialties is a custom carpentry company serving the Casper Wyoming area. They needed a simple, clean, and easy to navigate site to showcase their work in both residential and commercial settings. So that is exactly what I delivered.
And to answer your question; JBooth is not me, he is my cousin. :D
Visit the site here - www.jboothspecialties.com/
Here’s some quick iPhone snapshots of the post and business cards I designed for saratagaloa.com.
I love my printer.
Front page redesign for Cyclonix.
Cyclonix is a trade show booth design firm that is stretching into providing a one stop shop for all a brands needs. They needed a new website to reflect that change. This is the stop gap between the old site (which is accessible at the next navigation level down) and a complete redesign to be done end of summer.
Design done by the team at Cyclonix. All HTML/CSS/Flash programming by me.
*update: the client has now moved their entire site to a Pinterest page. I will post this on my servers soon.
Upstart Filmworks (Psychic Experiment, Closet Space) is working on a new comedic web series and needed a poster and logo to encompass the vibe of the show. Reading through the script I latched onto the quirkiness of the insane humor and ran with it while thinking of a cleaner Wes Anderson poster feel.
The logo is a basic stencil font with a slight “glow” to give the spray paint feel. And the tagline is using the test bar colors to tie it all together.
And yes the QR codes work. The top one goes to the Placeholders Facebook page while the bottom goes to the Upstart Filmworks homepage.
Photography by Kenny Haner at www.subsociety.net.
Side note… Featured in Fangoria! Here
Wedding Save the Date postcard for Jerry and Kelly! May the 4th be with you!