Built with React and WordPress, I worked with the engineering team at Southern Seminary to build a forward-looking website for a hugely popular and highly-trafficked website.
David is one of the best designers to work with, especially if you’re an engineer. He understands both sides of execution so well.
Working with the ERLC, I designed and developed a new blog and website for the president of the ERLC, Russell Moore. The goal was to create a site that was simple to use but not devoid of personality.
Our team couldn’t be happier with how our project came together under David’s leadership and skill. He was able to take our needs, as well as pain points, and create a clean and thoughtful design. He is easy to work with and delivered a great site on time. We are thankful for him and his talents.
Southern Equip is the main channel for publishing Southern Seminary’s original online-only content as well as the online clearinghouse for its print publications. The site is unique in that it houses a variety of designs rather than forcing everything into a standard template.
I’ve looked to David for numerous digital design solutions and he has always exceeded expectations. Most recently, he led the design and product development on a very complex project of high importance to our institution. He was easy to work with — communicating professionally throughout the planning, design and implementation of the project and also creating high-quality deliverables to help present to our leadership.
I worked with Red e App to design the next generation of the web application counterpart to their core product (a mobile app). Customer feedback has been highly positive.
I AM SO EXCITED for this new admin console. I literally cannot WAIT to start demo-ing it for people. The upgrades to the design and UI are significant — it will be much easier for our customers to use the new console, and we expect that training will be more efficient as a result of the intuitive design. David did an excellent job of learning our product, providing innovative design solutions, and getting feedback from our team throughout the process.
In 2010, I led the design for a complete overhaul of Wake Forest University’s website. Over an 8-month period we held multiple stakeholder interviews, implemented an information architecture plan, and designed and developed a design and templating system to handle the University’s web needs.
This was almost 9 years ago, so the design is a little out of date (no webfonts, no responsive design, etc.) but notwithstanding the technical changes that have happened over the years I do think the design has held up well. You can get an idea of the comprehensive scope of the project via the thumbnail images below.
I’ve worked on internal and consumer-facing large applications for medical companies and large public utilities as well as led the design, planning and implementation for complete overhauls of university and college websites — among other things.