Caramel Grocery List

Caramel Grocery List

Caramel, Shopping and Grocery Keeping

Caramel is my second and full-force entry into the App Store application. While being a simple way to keep track of your shopping lists and groceries, Caramel sports all the works: iPad, iCloud, iOS 11, Siri support and more.

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Hedgehog

Hedgehog

Websites for Doctors and Enterprise

My pervious company for which I was the CTO for its three year duration before acquisition. While there, I managed roughly 80 sites and built a framework and roadmap for success.

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Margin Spark

Margin Spark

Branding to Spark your Margins

This project was awesome! It involved working with two great people with unique tastes to create branding and a website to appeal to middle market manufactures.

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Brick City Makes

Brick City Makes

Branding the Building

A small branding project in which the goal was to adapt the industrial and classical feel of the new workspace for Brick City Makes into a logo that can be used across many different forms.

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Contagious v2

Contagious v2

Personal Branding to Keep Myself Employed

Touching back into personal branding and personal websites, I used Caramel as a kick off to get the creative juices flowing by adapting the previous website and logo for a new age and to really pop out there.

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St. Louis Makes

St. Louis Makes

An Industrial Logo That Rings Home

I’m from St. Louis, so getting to contribute back to the community is always something I will enjoy. One of my first solo projects was the Logo and Business Cards for St. Louis Makes and I can’t get over how exciting it is to this logo still pop up around occasionally.

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Todokit

Todokit

The First Foray into App Building

Todokit (now pulled from the store), was my first the long trek of many trials and errors on my first step into iOS application development. Though I would eventually decide to move into another direction, I couldn’t have done anything worth a damn without starting here.

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