Interior Page Design
My involvement on this project was identity creation and initial site design (which has since undergone a redesign and redevelopment by another party).
Michigan Blood came to Spearia looking for a site redesign based off of their new marketing campaign. After creating and reviewing several concepts we had a clear winner and began fine-tuning it. After working up the homepage and an interior page layout I passed the project off to our developer’s to turn the pixels into an actual website. Spearia’s very own, Ray Brown, made the site a reality.
Rivertown Finance came to me looking for a site that was simple, but different. They needed a totally new look. So, after meeting with Roxanne and discovering her preferences we got started with the logo. She wanted something simple, but slightly edgy (for a finance company). After many concepts and revisions we both felt this made the most sense for them. From there we moved on to the site and followed the same mentality – simple, clean, a little edgy and different from the normal finance company website look.
In addition to their website design, ADAC came to Spearia looking for an update to their logo. After designing a bunch of concepts (most of them reviewed internally) we narrowed it down to several solid directions. We then presented them to ADAC and there was no hesitation, they felt really good about this concept.
Flow-rite Controls site design was my second project at Spearia. I came into this project after a previous designer was transitioning to a new role. I did all the design and a large portion of front-end work. The developer on this project was Sam Oltz, who took over on some front-end and took care of all the heavy development as well. The site was built in Drupal and features an e-commerce section.