Falken Tires

Falken Tires

Redesign of their Social grid on the homepage in conjucntion with my friends at MJD Interactive. Design and orignal site by MJD. Using a feed triggered on a cron job the grid pulls updates from Falken’s Facebook, Twitter,  Instagram, and YouTube accounts. One challenge was the unique design featuring different sized rows with YouTube videos Read more…

Lost World Adventures

Lost Worlds Adventures

Move over Chuck E. Cheese, Lost Worlds Adventures is here. Located in Livermoore, CA, Lost Worlds extols you to, “Enjoy a wide variety of entertainment attractions on an immersive journey through lost ages of the past!” The business already had a sister business with an accompanying website with its own scheduler and shopping cart. The Read more…

Daniel's Artisanal Food

Daniel’s Artisanal Foods

Logo for Daniel’s Artisanal Food – a purveyor of fine artisanal products in San Diego. Challenge was fitting in all the visual details required by client and making sure the text was easily read from a good distance on a 8′ x 3′ banner.

Dylan Chappell Architects

Dylan Chappell Architects

This was the second redesign I oversaw for Dylan’s site. Although he liked his last site’s layout he felt he wanted to go more visual while showcasing his work – especially on the homepage. Check out the site.

Rick Chaidez

Law Office of Rick Chaidez

When Rick approached me to redo his site I thought he wanted to redesign his site that focuses on his bankruptcy practice. Instead he felt like he needed to get himself out there showcasing all his 30 plus years of experience in practicing law. Big focus was on making the site very mobile friendly. Check Read more…

Viva Pops

Viva Pops

Viva Pops specializes in Mexican-style pops called paletas. They’re made with organic fruits and herbs, many of which are purchased from local growers and suppliers at San Diego farmers’ markets. Read the case study on creating full identity branding. Visit site.

Create responsive embedded videos

Was trying to figure out how to get a YouTube video to be responsive and came across this handy tidbit. Here’s your YouTube code: <iframe src=”//www.youtube.com/embed/4_i5LEfkNig” height=”360″ width=”640″ allowfullscreen=”” frameborder=”0″></iframe> Strip out all the attributes in the YouTube iframe and wrap the whole thing with a div. Add a class to the div. <div class=”responsive-container”> Read more…

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