Email & Web Design
First is an email campaign for FamilySearch about discovering pioneer ancestors who crossed America with handcarts or covered wagons. When the ancestor's photo is clicked, barn doors close with more information, creating a surprising and fun experience.
Second is an email campaign I designed for FamilySearch, encouraging LDS people to volunteer to take found ancestor names to the temple. We started with photos typical of other email campaigns, but then decided we wanted it to be more eye catching and fun, so we opted for colorful illustrations. We played with the idea of animation, which may be implemented after user testing and data collection of the campaign's success.
Both email campaigns are sent to thousands of FamilySearch users.
The last two projects are from a web design class during my last year at Utah State. I built these two websites from scratch, using HTML and CSS. They are about two of my favorite subjects: Charles Dickens and bacon. The bacon site is responsive.