Here’s a collection of some of my most-loved projects. They span from complete website overhauls to HTML emails.


 
  • Client:

    Renaissance Nutrition Center
  • Project:

    Site
  • Shipped:

    August 2016
  • Role:

    Design, Development
Theresa Wright, owner of Renaissance Nutrition Center in Pennsylvania, specializes in the treatment of food addiction and compulsive eating disorders. I partnered with Theresa to create a website showing her as an expert in her field. The website integrates the WooCommerce plugin, so Renaissance Nutrition Center can sell publications and recommended products directly from the site. The redesigned SaneFood.com allows Theresa to share her work with a broader audience and build upon her professional platform as a nutritional expert.

Sane Food


 
  • Client:

    Tom Moran
  • Project:

    Site
  • Shipped:

    July 2016
  • Role:

    Design, Development
When I met the music industry veteran, Tom Moran, he was preparing a podcast that would explore the country music business behind-the-scenes. He required an engaging website to host and promote the program, entitled “Inside Nashville with Tom Moran.” I created a visually-compelling, user-friendly website to advertise the podcast, allow visitors to tune in regularly, and offer supplemental information and resources. Give the latest episode a listen!

Inside Nashville


 
  • Client:

    Northwest Rheumatism Society
  • Project:

    Site and Branding
  • Shipped:

    May 2016
  • Role:

    Design, Development
The Northwest Rheumatism Society hosts an annual conference for rheumatologists that rotates among Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver, BC. I created a website which advertises the conference, facilitates registration, and compiles attendees’ contact information. As part of the project, I refined the NWRS logo to feel more professional and cohesive.

NWRS


 
  • Client:

    Rita Welty Bourke
  • Project:

    Site
  • Shipped:

    April 2016
  • Role:

    Design, Development
To document my mother’s literary accomplishments and help her reach new readers, I designed and developed RitaWeltyBourke.com. Rita posts unapologetic opinion pieces on current events, heart-wrenching family stories, and thoughtful book & movie reviews. Her latest book, Kylie's Ark, explores a woman's challenging journey through veterinary school. An e-book version of Kylie's Ark is available through the site.

Rita Welty Bourke


 
  • Client:

    J. Fanelli Properties
  • Project:

    Site
  • Shipped:

    March 2015
  • Role:

    Design, Development
J. Fanelli Properties is a new real estate development and advisory firm serving the Portland, Seattle, and San Francisco markets. Working with a company owner and Retana Consultants, I created an intuitive and well-organized website. Current and potential clients can visit fanelliproperties.com to learn more about J. Fanelli Properties’ history, management team, and excellent services.

J. Fanelli Properties


 
  • Client:

    The Dawkins Group
  • Project:

    Logo, Site, and Materials
  • Shipped:

    March 2015
  • Role:

    Design, Development
The Dawkins Group, successful Portland realtors, needed to renew their branding approach. After learning about their business, I created a logo, business cards, letterhead, and website that reflect their unique selling qualities and differentiate them from competitors. The new identity conveys their expertise, professionalism, and the high level of service received by their clients.

The Dawkins Group


 
  • Client:

    Oregon Integrated Health
  • Project:

    Site
  • Shipped:

    January 2015
  • Role:

    Design, Development
While preparing to open a second office in Eugene, Oregon Integrated Health hired me to redesign their website. I designed and developed a custom WordPress theme which promotes their two locations. The new site makes it easy for visitors to learn about each office and its providers, download new patient forms, and login to the patient portal.

Oregon Integrated Health


 
  • Client:

    SE Works
  • Project:

    Site
  • Shipped:

    June 2014
  • Role:

    Design, Development
Forging connections between employers and job seekers, SE Works is an essential asset to Portland. I worked with this non-profit to modernize their website. The redesigned and reorganized SEWorks.org effectively markets the organization and allows visitors to quickly locate the resources they need.

SE Works


 
  • Client:

    Roger Gordon
  • Project:

    Site
  • Shipped:

    December 2013
  • Role:

    Design, Development
Roger Gordon has built an impressive career in the music industry. Until recently, Gordon lacked an online presence. Former contacts had no way to look him up. To remedy this problem, I worked with Roger to create an official biography and website. The one-page site incorporates a parallax-scrolling effect and draws visitors into his bio and related links.

Roger Gordon Site


 
  • Client:

    I.D. Organizing
  • Project:

    Site
  • Shipped:

    November 2013
  • Role:

    Design, Development
I.D. Organizing offers custom organization to residential and small business clients in Salem, Oregon and surrounding neighborhoods. Coordinating with business owner Christina Loescher, I crafted a website that highlights her services, showcases her portfolio, and encourages visitors to get in touch. The new site demonstrates Loescher's attractive and functional transformations.

I.D. Organizing Site


 
  • Client:

    Campbell Grading
  • Project:

    Site
  • Shipped:

    January 2013
  • Role:

    Development
Designed by the talented Adam Bagerski, the Park Tread website introduces Campbell Grading's eco-friendly and long-lasting trail tread product. I developed this WordPress site and integrated several features, including smooth-scrolling anchor navigation, a fixed header, and an interactive Google Map. Campbell Grading can easily add new projects and continue to record their many successes.

Park Tread Site


 
  • Client:

    Dr. Cynthia Bulik
  • Project:

    Site
  • Shipped:

    November 2012
  • Role:

    Design, Development
Dr. Cynthia Bulik, a professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, specializes in eating disorder research and treatment. Collaborating with Dr. Bulik, I created a site which promotes her books, connects with audiences, and illustrates her background. The new CynthiaBulik.com demonstrates the professor's expertise and her devotion to helping her readers.

Dr. Cynthia Bulik Site


 
  • Client:

    One Inch Round
  • Project:

    Site
  • Shipped:

    November 2012
  • Role:

    Design
One Inch Round is a Portland-based company that sells customizable buttons and magnets. A sophisticated website redesign by Bourke Design advertises their well-crafted products. The navigation and page layouts result in an easy and informative checkout process for customers.

One Inch Round


 
  • Client:

    Rodeowave Entertainment
  • Project:

    Site
  • Shipped:

    June 2012
  • Role:

    Design, Development
Nashville-based Rodeowave Entertainment promotes artists such as company founder Phil Vassar, Alan Jackson, and Miss Willie Brown. Rodeowave hired Bourke Design to reinforce their brand and marketing strategy on a new website. The resulting site is a compelling showcase of the company and its services.

Rodeowave Entertainment


 
  • Client:

    Bell Sports
  • Project:

    Product Page
  • Shipped:

    May 2012
  • Role:

    Design
Coordinating with the Nemo Design team, I readied a dynamic product page for Bell Sports. The template, which will be used again for future product releases, promotes the release of the much-anticipated Gage Helmet. The layout incorporates product features, a promo video, and related Bell content.

Bell Sports Product Page


 
  • Client:

    St. Luke School
  • Project:

    Site
  • Shipped:

    April 2012
  • Role:

    Design, Development
Serving Woodburn, Oregon and surrounding neighborhoods, St. Luke School is loved by students and their families. Working closely with staff members, I designed a site for potential St. Luke families and interested community members. StLukeSchoolWoodburn.org allows visitors to learn about and support the school’s mission and offerings.

St. Luke School


 
  • Client:

    Zuelke & Associates
  • Project:

    Site
  • Shipped:

    April 2011
  • Role:

    Design, Development
Through in-depth consultations and a thorough follow-up procedure, West Linn-based Zuelke & Associates transforms dental and orthodontic practices into more manageable and profitable businesses. Coordinating with company representative Becky Shidner, I designed and developed this easily-managed and refined site. The new Zuelke.com reflects the company's modern image, meticulous attention to detail, and many achievements thus far.

Zuelke & Associates


 
  • Client:

    Cycle7
  • Project:

    Web-Based App
  • Shipped:

    March 2011
  • Role:

    Design
Portland-based Cycle7 recently released Evergreen, an appointment-scheduling application. This web-based software helps small businesses minimize the back-and-forth communication required when setting up appointments. During this project, I helped establish the overall graphic design and user experience design. The resulting interface is intuitive, professional, and engaging.

Evergreen Web-Based App


 
  • Client:

    Insurance Partners
  • Project:

    Site
  • Shipped:

    March 2011
  • Role:

    Design, Development
Portland-based Insurance Partners has earned a reputation for professionalism and exceeding client expectations. Working with company representative Mark Wilson, I created a sophisticated site which offers information about the firm and encourages visitors to contact a team member for a consultation. Site highlights include: an animated slideshow, dynamic testimonials, and a custom Google map.

Insurance Partners


 
  • Client:

    SEEL Portland
  • Project:

    Site
  • Shipped:

    June 2010
  • Role:

    Design, Development
Spiritual Exercises in Everyday Life (SEEL) Portland is a non-profit organization that helps people discover and deepen their relationship with God. Coordinating with the group's directors, I built a site which advertises their nine-month annual program and shorter introductory programs. Easily updated via Wordpress, the new site reaches out to all those who will benefit from SEEL's offerings.

Spiritual Exercises in Everyday Life


 
  • Client:

    Nike 6.0
  • Project:

    HTML Emails
  • Shipped:

    2007-2010
  • Role:

    Design, Development
As part of the Nemo interactive team, I designed and developed an HTML email each month which was sent out to 6.0 fans. The email drew readers to the site by promoting special events, awards, and online features. I continued to work with Nemo on the Monthly Lowdown through January 2010.

Nike 6.0 HTML Email


 
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