A variation on the ‘tri-fold brochure’
Portland is known as a food town but it wasn’t always that way. In 2002, the North Park Blocks was an edgy part of the Pearl with a series of restaurant failures. It was a risky location to start a new restaurant so we were a little surprised when Scott Dolich contacted me to help create his new ...
Companies that specialize in river restoration and dam removals that are staffed with scientists and engineers don’t often have websites that look like this. Wisely, Inter-fluve wanted their story to be told with a design that featured images – beautiful images of the work they do. Yes, it took teams of highly skilled scientists and engineers to get there but they didn’t ...
Here is a peak from the press check for Xocolatl de David’s newest product: “Truffle Bars.” I used a few tricks to pull off this deceptively subtle package: 5 color job [2 color process + 3 solid PMS colors]. I even got to dust off my photo loop and geek out a bit to make sure everything was as it ...
“I cannot express how valuable it is to have an honest, genuine person with your expertise leading us through our new website. So many web firms keep the design and development process intimidating and I appreciate that you are on my side. Your work has been so fundamental to the development of my company’s brand. Needless to say, we love our new website. Thanks for all you do.”– SA, Owner, Hardwood Flooring Co.
“I really like the work you have done. So many good things in the options you presented. I am especially drawn to the renaming idea. And, the ice cream messaging concept is so outside the box and exciting. Many Thanks! I feel our money is being well spent on your talents.”– RS: Owner, Technology Firm
“You guys rock!! We received both test inquiries (mobile and desktop). We really appreciate you looking out for us and taking the initiative to test something outside of the project scope.”– AJ, General Manager, Portland Restaurant
TODD: concept + design + production
ALEC: web developer + programmer
DAVE: writer, storyteller