What I consider the crossroad of aesthetic and mechanical design - I create elements for the web that are visually meaningful and functionally sound.
Whether I am designing a new logo, a book cover or a wedding invitation, I am always aspiring to inspire emotions and responses with my visual design.
I want to visually guide the user through an interface via interactive elements while improving the quality of interaction between users and companies.
In 2008, I became a full-time student at The Art Institue of Philadelphia, majoring in Graphic Design. After two years, I graduated with an Associate of Science Degree in Graphic Design. I was instantly on the hunt for a job in the field.
After graduating, imagine my excitement when I quickly scored an actual design job. The gig was at Brand's Imaging and like me, they were just starting out. I spent my days designing larger than life advertisements for a wide array of colorful clients.
When I arrived at The American Law Institute in 2010, I was wondering how I was going to pull off designing for a topic I had almost no knowledge of - the legal system. But I soon began to thrive on the constant challenge.
I was on the hunt for a new position where I could not only design more but also learn; I found that in Pet360. For the past 2+ years I have thrived in my role as an Interactive Designer; working with other designers as well as copywriters, marketers, merchants and engineers.