My passion is building really clean and super functional user interfaces. My extensive design background places me in a unique position to not only create highly intuitive interfaces but to ensure they are equally beautiful as well. One should not be done without the other.
If the site I'm building wouldn't get a kindergarten gold star, I don't build it. What's more, all my sites are mobile ready through a rather sophisticated technology called responsive design.
So you have heard of HTML5 but don't really know what that means. That's okay. HTML5 is the future. Like hover boards, but different cause it's not a sick and twisted lie from your childhood.
There's nothing worse than sloppy code. Sure, most people won't ever see it, but that's no excuse to cut corners. Some may call me a perfectionist.. I prefer the term meticulous.
Free hugs you say? Why yes my good fellow, I offer free hugs. When was the last time you had a good hug? It's only weird if you make it weird.
Unlike most designer / developers, Matt has the intrinsic ability to clearly understand a client's specific needs. More importantly, he has the experience and expertise to provide insightful suggestions that can significantly improve the overall success of each project.
Matt is my go to guy for any and all graphic/web needs. He always comes through for me even with my crazy last minute requests. He is extremely creative and prompt with communication, and he always delivers incredible results. I gladly attach my name to a recommendation for Matt and Sealspace.
Sealspace is a highly creative agency and very fun to work with. Whether it’s creating vector graphics, logos, or package design, you’re sure to be impressed. They are easy to work with, communicate effectively to understand your vision and produce amazing designs.
Matt's ability to quickly define guidelines to measure the success of our team and the mutual respect that was established really made him a pleasure to work with. The top three things I respect most about Matt are his professionalism, creativity and go get em attitude.
Giving back is important. There are many great causes out there and I'm thrilled to have been involved with a small part of some of them. If your organization has a design or development itch that needs scratching, reach on out, I would love to know more.
Is a multi-site, non-denominational church headquartered in Irvine, California. I have been honored to be invloved with a number projects benefiting their children's ministry and outreach services. Mariners Church has outreach ministry efforts spanning across every corner of the world.
Established in 2003 The Breast Cancer Fundraiser became recognized as a 501c3 nonprofit public charity in 2011. After 10 years, what was once a backyard gathering has grown into a nationwide nonprofit foundation. This organization is a true “grass-roots” movement led by ambassadors all over the U.S.
Is a nonprofit which supports families sharing the passion of cars together, keeping the children of this generation and future generations interested in the preservation of automotive history. The primary goal of Kids and Cars is to foster a bond between parents and their children ensuring a legacy from one generation to the next.
I was selected to design the logo for the first annual University of Idaho Race for the Cure. The University of Idaho formed a team, and the participation surpassed many others. Team Vandal – Fight for a Cure had 81 racers in its inaugural year making it the largest team in its category.
If you are interested in working with me or would like to discuss the science of hypothetical topological features of spacetime, please contact me straight away.
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