Web Design Portofolio
RetailMeNot is an Austin-based company that operates the world’s largest marketplace for digital offers. We worked with the product team on prototyping, overhauling visuals, and creating web-based responsive components.
We teamed up with Microsoft to redesign one of the most visited sites on the web. The homepage got a complete design overhaul and a fully responsive layout.
A key player in the development of Austin’s economy, the Austin Chamber of Commerce has helped businesses expand and create 424,800 jobs since 2004. We came aboard to assist with strategy, brand design, and the build-out of a design system that will help meet their site needs for years to come.
DayTrip is a Paravel project that makes it easy to find something great to do within driving distance of your town. We’re working towards a public beta for the Austin area.
Spoke uses artificial intelligence to manage and maintain an internal knowledge base. We worked with the company’s founders to build a new homepage and blog to convey the features of their product.
The Many Faces Of (TMFO) combines our love for exploring new web technologies with our love for the silver screen. Each post is a deep dive into an actor, series, or genre.
Founded by Jean François Porchez in 1994, Typofonderie is an independent French type foundry that approached us to overhaul their web presence in 2011. Already big fans of their typefaces, we jumped at the opportunity to build them a new responsive site.
Some of the first (and best) web fonts we ever worked with came from Mark Simonson. He’s been a graphic designer since 1976 and opened his own lettering and typography studio in 2000. Mark came to us for a site redesign with the goal of showcasing his typefaces.
Alterstudio is an internationally-recognized, Austin-adored architecture and design firm. We collaborated with them to build a website to showcase their work.