“will design for food”

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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 ...

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river restoration website

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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 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 want their website ...

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truffle bar packaging design

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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 ...

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a matchbook in the works

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I’ve wanted to design a matchbook for some time and I finally got the opportunity with the opening of TRIFECTA. These are photos of the work in progress. Click here to view the finished matchbook [as well as the website, signage and merchandise I designed for them].

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google pushing mobile results

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“Awesome! This page is mobile-friendly.” These are the magic words that you want when you test your website against Google’s new mobile friendly ranking system. Beginning April 21st, websites that Google deems mobile-friendly will receive higher rankings in search results than those sites without. [I’ve heard conflicting information and cannot confirm if this will also affect ...

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