A 360 virtual reality photo allows you to see the photo from every angle including above, below, behind and next to you. If you’re on Facebook, you may have noticed an interactive image while browsing your feed. These photos instruct you to move your phone […]
I currently am the webmaster for 101KGB “San Diego’s Classic Rock” Radio Station. The radio station is a part of the iHeartRadio network and you can find it at 101.5-FM on the San Diego terrestrial radio dial. I’ve been employed with iHeartRadio (formerly known as Clear […]
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 […]
Here’s a few examples of various ad types that were used on San Diego iHeartRadio stations. Streaming Companion Banner Ads […]
While working for full-service global marketing & advertising agency VML in their Kansas City, Missouri office, I created graphic ads for the Simon Malls web site. They also had other fortune 500 companies such as Bayer which I did graphics and animations for as well.
This is still in development but we’re almost there! It was the first tableless (DIVs) design I had ever done from scratch for a web site. (Click on the image to view the site)
Here’s an example of a web site I made for an attorney in San Diego. It’s a little outdated because it’s made with tables and Flash (technical nerdy mumbo jumbo), but gives you an idea of my design diversity.
Hot Girls and Motorcycles Radio Station Web Feature: 101KGB’s Babes and Bikes This was a project I produced with the help of on-air host Clint August for about 3 years at 101KGB (an iHeartMedia radio station). I shot and edited the video, created the graphics, […]
Video ad I made while at Clear Channel Media & Entertainment (iHeartRadio) to be distributed across the cluster of 7 radio station web sites. I created this using Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects, and Premiere. And yes, we got a lot of Mexican food!