My background in computer science gives me the ability to critically think and solve problems from a variety of angles. When combined with my design skills and passion it sets an unprecedented standard of quality.
I currently live in Toronto, Ontario and am actively seeking new clients to work with. If you're interested, feel free to drop me a line with the details at email@example.com.
A cup of coffee and a pen is the best way to start a new project. Together we analze your business and users' needs.
I try and capture the desired user experience we discussed while maintaining your company identity. You will be heavily involved using the design process to ensure quality.
After a design is approved, then development of code begins. Modern standards will be used and you will get constant updates.
The website is launched to the general public. We will launch it on your server, rent one for you or host it for you. We also offer maintenance after launch.
Movember teamed up with Visa to create a visually stunning experience for there users allowing them to create memes, sounds and videos with NHL players promoting their mo.
A completely mobile-optimized microsite, which transformed a vehicle sell-sheet into an interactive and informative experience. The cross-country scavenger hunt allowed consumers the opportunity to virtually interact with the vehicle. It split Canada into regions, and hid a Golf Sportwagon and bonus items within each. The brand then asked visitors to explore the country and fi nd the vehicle, as well as discover its features. Users could learn more on VW.ca and to sign up for a test drive.
There were more than 18,000 unique referrals to the Golf Sportwagon model page, where users could build, confi gure and price the vehicle. It also tracked 2,773 test drives during the campaign period (85% over objective and 6.7 times the national average). The referrals and test drives led to 1,190 Volkswagen vehicles sold to those who saw the campaign, leading to incremental revenue of over $26 million, which translated to a campaign ROI of 43:1.