The first eight years of my career have been filled with a wide range of experiences building stuff for the web, from simple company websites to apps that improve people's lives.
Which brings me to today. Here's what I've been working on.
Home renovation shows on television are usually filled with at least a little bit of drama. Unfortunately, so is buying & renovation a home in real life. (Sometimes it's worse.) So I'm building RennoReady, a company whose mission is to give buyers the tools & support they need to begin a renovation project of their own.
I'm on a team building Cubtab, a new email app for kids. Cubtab allows parents to introduce their children to communicating on the web while keeping an eye on their activity, and kids get an email app that's fun and easy to use. The internet is everywhere now, and today's kids are growing up with connected devices. But few good tools exist to give parents a safe way to introduce their kids to the internet. So I'm really excited about what we're building.
I'm in charge of the web presence of Wisely, a smart finance app. Wisely helps consumers find great places to eat and shop in a non-traditional way. Rather than rely on reviews for recommendations, Wisely analyzes real transaction data to find places where people often spend money. Check out the video on their homepage; it's neat. Sean Farrell, a good friend and fantastic designer, did a really great job with the website and app.
I hang out at this sweet little design agency called Fixel. We make websites, apps, and brands. Fixel has given me the opportunity to be involved a wide array of work and still have ample time to pursue side projects, and I'm super grateful to Vin, the owner, for that.
I created the website for Dashing Dish, a lovely website filled with healthy & delicious recipes and lots of other goodies. The owner, Katie, is a great woman and an inspiration to many, and her website has helped countless people become healthier and more active. Dashing Dish is one of my all-time favorite projects.