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Something for everyone.


When you work with me, our project takes a path tailored exactly to your needs. That path always includes clear project goals and deliverables, a multi-revision mockup process, and informed discussions of any important decisions affecting the future of your website.

The projects below offers highlights of my work with clients of different sizes, types, and needs. You can also view a full client list.

Contact me with questions about a specific project or to request a reference.

Solarize Northwest

The New Solarize Northwest Home Page
Nonprofit / Seattle, WA

A website to help people sign up for the solar energy campaign in their community ASAP!

501 Commons 2016

Refreshed 501 Commons Home Page
Nonprofit / Seattle, WA

Following a successful redesign in 2013, 501 Commons showed how a little design refresh can go along way.


WSCADV New Home Page
Nonprofit / Seattle, WA

An organization creating important information to fight domestic violence needed a website to help users find it.


PEPS Home page thumbnail
Nonprofit / Seattle, WA

With an audience of young parents, PEPS needed a site that works with a baby in one hand and a phone in the other.

Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative

Y2Y Home page thumbnail
Nonprofit / Alberta / Montana

An organization protecting a big area of land needed a bold website to showcase their work.

environmental WORKS

Nonprofit / Seattle, WA

Stuck with a Flash site, got a WordPress website, design refresh, and new map feature.

The Harder Foundation

Harder Foundation
Foundation / Tacoma, WA

A private foundation serving and showcasing their grantees better with a new site.

Communities In Schools of Washington Home Page Screenshot
Nonprofit / Washington State

Communities in Schools of Washington needed thirteen sites in one to support a statewide network of affiliates helping kids stay in school.

AWC Seattle

A partial screenshot of the new AWC website.
Nonprofit / Seattle, WA

A unique design broadcasts the work of the Seattle Chapter of the Association for Women in Communications.


Multi-Author Blog / Washington, D.C., bringing together people in all sectors who work for social change, went back to WordPress’s roots–blogging–to start a conversation in the the nation’s capital.