If you need something that will be displayed on a computer or mobile screen or printed on paper,
we’ve probably worked on something similar.
- Graphic Design
- Layout & Print
- Sermon Series
- Tshirt Design
- Web Design
Another fun project with Nerdburger Games. This time Craig has designed an RPG inspired by the novels of Stephen King set in the fictional town of Peshtigo from which the players can’t escape. And, he turned to me to provide the map of this horror town. By the way, Nowhereville was successfully funded on Kickstarter, […]
The challenge for this logo was to redesign it in a way that gave a nod to the church’s previous one, which included the traditional United Methodist Church’s cross-and-flame logo and added several leaves to indicate growth and renewal. I decided to bring the whole design forward by using modern shapes and flat colors. All […]
I recently got started into designing kits for teams on FIFA 20. With PC mods you can actually put the creations into the game and play with them. This makes for a fantastic experience, as it lets you change your team’s kits as you progress through different seasons, giving the whole game a lot more […]
I was super excited to stretch my cartography muscles when Craig at Nerdburger Games (a website I helped redesign, btw) commissioned me to do the galactic map for CAPERS Offworld – a supplement to the award-winning CAPERS RPG. I’ve done some personal art set in space, but most of the maps I’ve created have been […]
Craig at Nerdburger Games is a repeat client, and I always enjoy working with him. So when he asked me to help him clean up the design of his website, I jumped at the opportunity. Clean design and super functional especially on mobile, I think it’s exactly what Craig was hoping for with a redesign.
This was an interesting and challenging project for Minerva McJanda over at UFO Press. The task was to create a map that represented the location of the game world, making it feel cohesive, while also leaving space for players to add their own map objects with dry erase markers. Now, generally, when you make a map, […]
I had the privilege of working with Todd Crapper of Broken Ruler Games on designing the website for their fantastic RPG, High Plains Samurai. The game itself is a blast to play, and I tried to capture the action-packed feel of the game in the design of the site through colors, fonts, and animations.
I really enjoyed working on this adventure module for the Universal Storytelling System from Palegain Press. The setting, though vaguely East Asian, is unique and my design skills were stretched trying to communicate the flavor of the setting without lazily reverting to stereotypes or appropriating (and erasing) specific real-world cultures.
I was thrilled when my good friend, Chris Bissette, approached me about redesigning his award-winning RPG blog website Loot the Room. Chris is always producing great tabletop roleplaying game content, and I jumped at the opportunity to help make his site easier to use, while also giving it a fresh coat of paint. Go check […]