Howdy. I'm a creative director, interface designer, and front end developer. I work hard and play hard in a small corner of Northwest Montana. This site is always evolving so please have a look around.
Interface design is a constantly evolving process as trends and technology change. I've designed and built a ton of interfaces over the years that have come and gone. These are a couple recent examples of work that illustrates the process from concept to production. Want to see more? Contact me.
I worked with Yeti Cycles and the ZaneRay team to build a site that effectively portrays their brand, highlighting rich content and imagery. It is easy to manage with a headless CMS, functional e-commerce, and it serves as a pro and B2B site.
The Oboz site was their first foray into direct-to-consumer e-commerce. The site effectively articulates their product line and shoe technology as well as introduces some unique shopping tools with compare and product finders.
We designed and built a consumer-friendly online presence for the largest RV company in the world.
I've been lucky to work with amazing clients in the past and present. Most of this work would not be possible without the larger team at the ZaneRay Group.
A strong background in visual design combined with a natural curiosity for diving under the hood, means I have a broad range of experience from interface design to development. I've worked in different capacities with cross-functional teams on a long list of projects resulting in a deep UI toolkit.
Feel free to reach out or learn more.
I worked with Yeti Cycles and the ZaneRay team to build a site that effectively conveys the brand, is shop-able, and serves as a pro and B2B site. The end result is an effective vehicle for Yeti to deliver robust content on a regular basis, serve up highly experiential pages that articulate their technology and design as well as convert shoppers.
Bike pages contain a mix of luscious photography, technical data, product configuration, and interactive features to give users a rich in-depth look at these premium bikes.
Yeti has a wide range of products, from premium apparel to replacement parts and water bottles. We designed and built a page that is extensible and supports rich on-model and action photography or can be stripped down to focus on the basics.
Racing, ambassadors, and stories are a long-standing part of Yeti’s ethos. I designed and built a best-in-class system of reusable components to leverage Yeti’s rich content and storytelling in an engaging way.
Under the hood is a robust design system based on atomic design principles and reusable components that directly maps to the front-end framework.
The Oboz site was their first foray into direct-to-consumer e-commerce. The site was designed to effectively articulate their product line and shoe technology as well as introduce some unique shopping tools with compare and product finders. This is built on a solid design system coupled with reusable components that leverage headless e-commerce and a CMS.
To help users understand the difference between each product I introduced a visual compare tool to more clearly articulate the variations as part of the product details.
Underpinning the Oboz site is a series of reusable components that allows them to easily create Series landing pages or other custom content as they introduce new product lines. These pages illustrate the features and benefits of each product line.
Thor Industries is the parent company of many of the largest brands in the RV Industries. As part of a brand refresh, we designed and built a consumer friendly site that introduces new and potential RVers to the Thor family of brands. The site educates users new to RVing as well as contains finders that guide users to an RV match that fits their needs.