• College of Business

    Responsive redesign for the College of Business site developed in collaboration with Loyola University New Orleans. business.loyno.edu
    Goals: design a more user-friendly experience that is accessible from any device, design a more visual experience that coordinates with the new university-wide brand look, increase traffic, leads, applicants, and enrollment Roles: user experience designer, ui designer, quality assurance Technology: Drupal, open-source CMS, fonts.com fonts Outcomes: projected increased site traffic, leads, applicants, and enrollment
  • Admissions

    Responsive redesign for the Undergraduate Admissions site developed in collaboration with Loyola University New Orleans. apply.loyno.edu
    Goals: design a more user-friendly experience that is accessible from any device, design a more visual experience that coordinates with print materials, increase traffic, leads, applicants, and enrollment Roles: user experience designer, ui designer, front-end developer, quality assurance Technology: Drupal, open-source CMS, Omega parent theme, Susy framework, fonts.com fonts Outcomes: projected increased site traffic, leads, applicants, and enrollment
  • Degrees

    Design concept for a new Undergraduate Degree site developed in collaboration with USM University Communications. funnel.usm.edu/undergraduate/degree/design.html
    Goals: design a responsive site for an undergraduate degree listing page, improve representation of each degree, eliminate the need for a separate department website Roles: user experience designer, ui designer, quality assurance Technology: static prototype, Foundation framework, typekit.com fonts
  • Stories

    Design concept for a site to collect user-generated stories developed in collaboration with USM University Communications.
  • MPI

    Lantern Award winning responsive website design and front-end development for the Mississippi Polymer Institute developed in collaboration with USM University Communications.
  • Choose

    Responsive microsite for prospective students designed and developed in collaboration with USM University Communications. http://choose.usm.edu
  • GEWW

    Responsive microsite for events welcoming new students to campus designed and developed in collaboration with USM University Communications. http://welcome.usm.edu
  • Info Center

    Responsive, password-protected internal communication platform designed and developed in collaboration with USM University Communications. http://info.usm.edu
  • Study Abroad

    Mobile-optimized email design and development through MailChimp in collaboration with USM University Communications.
  • Web Report

    Design concept for the USM web report in collaboration with USM University Communications.