John Keese is a Web, UI, UX designer who lives in Dallas, TX.
Fire drill! We need a new homepage, stat. In 2 weeks I designed, iterated, developed and squashed bugs for rewardStyle’s new public homepage.
- Site design and asset creation
- Hand-coded (HTML, CSS, jQuery, Git, PHP)
- Responsive design
- Login and translation services integration (I didn’t make the service though)
- Did I mention it was done in 2 weeks
rewardStyle’s existing Publisher app has grown over the past year with new functionality and design updates.
Comprehensive screens from the app are hidden behind a login screen. Sorry ;(
2012 was the first year I led Ambit Energy’s effort to build a playhouse for Dallas CASA’s Parade of Playhouses. So for our 2013 sophomore effort we wanted to build on what we learned:
- A playhouse built with children in mind, not to impress fellow designers
- A playhouse open and available for active play
- A playhouse with excellent
Results were fantastic. Our playhouse was given prime location in the mall, received tons of compliments and notes, and, most importantly, raised thousands of dollars for Dallas CASA. Learn more about Dallas CASA at dallascasa.org.
About John Keese
Keese lists his priorities as being a follower of Christ, a loving husband, a devoted father and a valued team member. After that John likes to fill his time with soccer, snowboarding, rock climbing, making art, building things, joking around, trying to learn something new – all that good stuff.
If you’re ever in the Dallas area, contact John Keese and he’ll buy you a cup of coffee or show off his cute kids.
Keese is currently employed at rewardStyle as the Senior UI/UX Designer. He specializes in user interface and user experience, designing for everything digital from mobile apps to web sites and dashboards, but collaborates in video and graphic design as needed. Keese continues to freelance and is always looking for new and challenging projects.
(Wow, it’s hard to write about yourself in third person…)
Learn more about John Keese by checking out his resume.