Made with the general directive of wanting something clean and simple, I created this for my partner. It succinctly get’s the point across.
The Everett website had remained mostly unchanged since a couple of inexperienced web designers (me and Hasnain) threw it together back in 2014. As time went on, Everett developed new needs and we grafted them clumsily onto a site not built with them in mind. Additionally, the audience was confused. We built it without […]
I built growingtogethermetro.org for Everett Program Director, Chris Benner and his research partner Manuel Pastor for their new book, Equity, Community, and Growth: What the Nation Can Learn From America’s Metro Areas. Site Features Update streams – Link Interactive data – Link Very nice thank you pages – Link
We created changingstates.org to publicize the report Changing States: A Framework for Progressive Governance which was created by the Program for Environmental and Regional Equity at USC. In order to accomplish everything we wanted to in the timeframe we had, I was forced far out of my comfort zone and learned a lot of brand […]
everettalumni.org I am a board member of the Everett Alumni Foundation and was commissioned to rebuild our website as well as build out a few communications campaigns, and institute some Constituent Relationship Management. This was possibly the largest project I’d done to that point in terms of scope. Website and Content I was responsible for […]
A colleague passed my email to Santa Cruz City Council Member, Cynthia Matthews who was looking for someone to throw together a simple website for the March for Science Santa Cruz. I love science and resisting the Trump Administration so I answered the call, created marchforsciencesantacruz.org and stayed in contact with Cynthia until the big […]