Category Archives: new + notable

Love, Amy

So happy to announce the redesign for Love, Amy, a dating coaching service from long-term client Amy Nobile. Amy and I started working together more than 15 years ago, and I’ve been fortunate to help her realize several creative ventures along the way. Featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, the Today Show (and more!) Amy helps her clients navigate the overwhelming world of modern dating and find real, lasting connections. We rebuilt Amy’s site in ShowIt, the design approach inspired by Amy’s trademark good vibes.

Mend Collaborative

Happy to announce our redesign of the site for Mend Collaborative, a nonprofit foundation focused on restorative justice for survivors of violence. Mend was founded by Rebecca Weiker, whose sister Wendy was a victim of murder and Miguel Quezada who was incarcerated for more than 20 years for crimes he committed as a youth. Often working directly with prison populations, this organization aims to create opportunities for healing and transformation through victim offender dialogues, survivor support, surrogate dialogues, and training.

Although we had a tight budget, we made the most of the assets we had, bringing together the content for a cohesive message. We detailed Mend’s different programs, integrated photos from events, and shared videos which detail the restorative justice process. I could not be more proud to work with Miguel and Rebecca on this important project.

Logue Social

Publishing is one area that has been somewhat slow to adapt to the power of social media. Logue Social assists authors with developing their personal brand, creating and curating content, and growing reader engagement across platform. As my client was just starting out, we needed to keep the budget on the low side. This was the first site that I built with Showit, using a prefab template. It was easy to pick up and the site came together quickly. Look forward to offering this platform as an option to clients in the future.

Shannon Watts

Thrilled to share the redesigned site for speaker, author, and organizer Shannon Watts. As Founder Emerita of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, she built the largest women’s volunteer organization in America. She’s been named one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People, a Forbes 50 over 50 Changemaker and a Glamour Woman of the Year.

As she pivoted from work as a full-time volunteer to writing and speaking about women’s issues, she needed her site to reflect this change. We created an aptly fiery logo to accompany her new Substack, Playing with Fire, and carried that look and feel to the new site. The site serves as a springboard for her new endeavors and an archive of past work. I truly couldn’t be happier to be working with such an inspiring woman. 🔥 🔥 🔥

Outlaw Dyno

Just finished a site for Outlaw Dyno, a dyno tuning facility for luxury and racing vehicles based in Victorville, California. (A service I didn’t even know existed as the owner of a beat-up Tiguan.) We made car service sexy with dynamic video, provocative photography, and cohesive branding. An online scheduling platform allows customers to easily book from anywhere.

Deborah L. Borman J.D., LCSW

Deborah L. Borman J.D., LCSW is a Chicago-based therapist, attorney, author and law professor. We created this site to accompany the launch of her professional practice as a counselor. Debbie requested a bold and bright color palette—and requested I integrate the mandala symbol as a motif. Warm and accessible, clients get to know Debbie through this site before they make the initial connection.


Very excited to announce the redesign of the site that I did for Astraius, a commercially operated horizontal launch company for satellites based in the UK. We integrated video, animation, and other dynamic effects to help this company tell their story in an engaging way. We also designed the site’s framework so it will continue to grow along with them. It’s exciting to see this company evolve—when we started working with them, they were in the preliminary stages of research and development. Now they are planning flight for next year. Check it out here!