The majority of my branding work has been through 88 Oak, my software studio that I co-founded in 2014. We've worked with clients across the globe to help them create great lasting images for their products and companies, which you can see below.
88 Oak is my software studio. Co-founded with my friend Trey Tartt early last year, we develop and design our own ideas as well as our customers. I created the branding, website, and lead all of our design work on our projects. You can check out all of our work, or get in touch if you'd like to work together at our website.
Social media offers a ton of opportunities to businesses. Observer lets you put those social media posts up for others to see, wherever you choose. You can use the iPad's built-in display, or with With HDTV-Out, your iPad becomes a control panel for a beautiful, custom-designed, adaptive-format gallery of photos and tweets. I designed the user interface, icon set, and app icon. Observer is available on the App Store.
A different sort of Twitter client, which lets you secretly follow anyone without them knowing. The user interface and experience design was a collaboration between myself and our engineer on the project.
A rather simple icon for a political polling app that we worked on at 88 Oak last year. I also created the user interface for both iOS and web app, as well as the icons in the app. We still can't share the details about this app, but check back later.
North Texas App was a relatively short-lived iOS & Android app which was used by over 29,000 students at the University of North Texas. I designed the iOS user interface, app icon, marketing materials, and website. Our small team built an amazing full-stack app with a unique web backend for gathering and managing data.
Discrete video recording with an iPhone is possible with Incognito Vid, which looks like a simple Messages conversation screen. I designed the app icon, user interface, and onboarding. You can learn more — and before you ask, no you won't find Incognito's origin story there — at 88 Oak.
While in high school, I ran my own photography studio (a very original concept) and also created my own branding and website. Using an icon that hinted at a camera and a typeface with character, I created a strong brand in the North Texas area.