Hero for Hire.
My name is Drew. I was sent to help.
I am a coder, designer, coffee addict, photographer, beer snob, cat owner, and rabid hockey fan. This is my website/mad scientist lab where I build the many weapons I use to combat bad design and out-dated websites. Have a look around, I promise that its safe.
Get in touch!
Get in Touch!
I love talking to people! You can follow me on Twitter, check out my Dribbble page, or simply shoot me an e-mail with anything thats on your mind. If you're in the market for a designer, here is some reading material (resume) for you to look over. Hope to hear from you soon.
I build for the modern web.
What the hell does that mean, Drew?
In a nutshell, I'm building websites for tomorrow. I try to use the most modern practices available to deliver the very best user experience possible. From mobile design and web standards to the latest in HTML and CSS, I try to deliver you and your clients a website that is "future friendly" and available on the majority of media devices used in todays modern, web-surfing world.
The Pittsburgh Society of Jungian Analysts
The Pittsburgh Society of Jungian Analysts came to us requesting a responsive site. Our designers came up with an elegant one page solution.
Saint Leo University
Saint leo University came to us requesting a complete overhaul from their old site. I came in half way through the project and am only showcasing the parts I developed. 14 months, and almost 1200 pages later, we launched this site!
Wingharts Burger + Whiskey Bar
One of my favorite places to eat and drink needed a great website to match the atmosphere of their site. I designed and developed this site for them as a donation since they were just starting out and didn't have the case to buy one.
Boulevard Building, a local real estate company in Pittsburghs South Side, came to me with a predesigned layout and wanted it converted into a modern website that was light on the browser, yet visually appealing and easy to navigate. My deadline was a tight three weeks from ground-breaking to launch. Working closely with the tech-savvy CEO, we were able to get an HTML 5 site up and running in the decided timeline.
Jami Luvfest is a local charity event held every year to support the Pittsburgh Food Bank. Jami came to me looking for a simple website to advertise her event, and wanted to be able to update it as needed. Using ExpressionEngine 2.0, I gave her a site that was easily picked up after minimal education that included a custom image gallery, updatable rotating image on the homepage and a section to create simple web badges for the "friends" section.
Where the magic happens.
I'm a web designer, sent here from a distant planet to save the greater Pittsburgh area from bad design and web development. Below are some of my website designs, logos, print work and other things that I'm proud of. Have a look, you know you want to.