Here are some Graphic User Interface Designer examples from a variety of projects over the years:
This is a prototype graphic design for the Redideo Studio website and was created in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. It was to be deployed in Flash, but then the industry didn’t like Flash anymore.
Below are scalable vector graphics that were used within our in-house software while working with a military e-learning company called Mantech International. Most of the projects I worked on there were confidential, so unfortunately I can’t show how the graphics were incorporated.
This was created in in Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and Flash and is an interface for a catalog of music I’ve collaborated with various musicians on. It’s still live today. If you can support Flash, have a listen to some original music on Redideo Radio!
Here’s a website interface I designed for a client while working closely with a backend PHP/MYSQL programmer. Where it says “video” was a Flash based video introduction to the client’s site and services.
This was a fun project I created while working at Classic Rock Radio Station 101KGB in San Diego, California. I created it for the radio morning show and they would tease it on-air so we could increase our traffic to the website. The interface was designed in Photoshop and it was compiled in Adobe Flash.
I originally created many variations of this comment GUI, but unfortunately the others got lost on an ancient old hard drive. This too was created at military e-learning company Mantech International, and was for the employees to give quality control to the developers on the individual lessons.