Design

Professional design and front-end development projects

BDCwire was conceived as a way of bringing the energy and speed of a startup to a large news organization. It was a site aimed at college-age and young-professional readers around Boston. It had more freedom in its topics, with a focus is music, movies, pop culture ephemera and local events. I designed the entirety of the site over a four-month period, and it was launched in the fall of...

Crux was launched by The Boston Globe in the fall of 2014 and aimed at a worldwide audience of Catholics. It mixes serious discussions of theocracy and in-depth reporting with a lighter touch on matters of faith in modern culture. My role was to design the site and build the front end ober a four-month period. The Crux logo design was a sticky point of the project. My goal was...

Link began with the idea of a newspaper for younger readers. My job was to give that idea form and voice. It began in the fall of 2006 with a secret brainstorming session at my apartment. I became design director, and my job was to build the design prototypes. I chose the typography, colors, created the flow through the product and shaped its overall presentation of the news. From the...

RadioBDC was conceived as a sister site to BDCwire to share resources and cross-promote events. My role was to design the site. It’s aimed at much the same audience as BDCwire, so the site is meant to be simple, modern and lively, with a variety of content. It also supports RadioBDC promotions such as Social Countdown, events, Get Stuff, Live in the Lab and other efforts. The “now playing” widget...