WEB / INTERACTIVE / MOTION
In a partnership with the Utah Highway Safety, we teamed up UHP and city police with zombies, to send out a message that police will be cracking down hard on DUIs. Here are some screen shots of the ZADD website, Youtube page and posters I did for the campaign.
A concept site and personal training project. Time The Climb would allow users to compete againsed each other by manually entering their times from various climbs across the us, or by activating the mobile app, their GPS signal would map and time the climbs for them.
The Index page would allow you to select your state, or view climbs in other states as well. Users could also login to their account and go straight to their personal dashboard.
Once the user has selected the state of choice, they can choose between mountain or road to find or submit their climbing beta.
Each climb would have a designated page. Users could submit photos of the climb, trail conditions and notes as well as upload their map files. The top times would be posted, linking to each user’s profile and their dashboard of climbs. Users have the option to swap between mountain and road at any time. If they’re looking for a specific climb or submitting their own.
It wasn’t long after I had put a lot of time and thought into this idea that I discovered Strava. Which has proven to be an amazing tool for athletes who want to track their progress and compete with others on custom routes.
An app that would allow City Creek shoppers to easily navigate the mall, see featured items from select retailers and even take control of the fountain and create their own water world show.
In an effort to help parents connect with their teens and eliminate underage drinking, this app would be a partnership with Associated Food locations and would help parents pick out healthy, simple meals and recipes to bring the family together at dinner. In addition to the recipe guide, a grocery checklist, popular items and facts about preventing underage drinking would be available. “Teens who eat family dinner five times a week are 33% less likely to drink.”
Pop Entree was a concept design site directed toward parents. The site would aggregate new, trending topics from around the web, that parents could then share with their teens. The idea behind this would be to give parents an edge on cool, popular content that would grab their kids attention and help eliminate the communication gap between parents and their teens via the web.
The Utah Transit Authority wanted a spot for their new commuter train. I decided to bring back the wild west feel that once ran deep in these parts and mix it with the speedy advancements of modern transportation.
This was one of my early web projects at R&R. We redesigned the entire Utah Transit Authority website.
A website concept pitched to some of R&R’s transit clients to help encourage other people and businesses to get on board public transit and clean up the air.
A campaign by the folks in Tooele County, directed towards teens and their parents. Encouraging teens not to drink alcohol based on the fact that most teens actually don’t drink. Some really nice creative followed up with this campaign in other traditional and nontraditional media.