ERIK SUMMERS - PORTFOLIO
I've won both a national & international award for interface design and I'm a bit of an IT/Tech geek. Feel free to browse some of my work below and reach out to me with any questions.
The following video was built for a finance company offering PACE financing. I designed and produced the full video based on a supplied script using Adobe Premiere Pro and Photoshop. The voice over was an associate and the video was delivered via a digital marketing campaign.
For data analytics and reporting I utilize Microsoft Office 365 and Google Suite. I appreciate Google's ability to allow data from different sheets to speak to each other virtually, but I'm also well versed in the Microsoft Office suite, as it is often the preferred corporate standard.
These high resolution expo banners are 6 feet high by 3 feet wide and came in a retractable base. Imagery was a combination of stock photography with superimposed product, package imagery (designed by myself), and my overall personal design aesthetic.
Below are examples of product packaging (clamshell package with graphic insert), along with standard postcards and 8.5x11 glossy handouts. All where created using photoshop 5.5 with stock imagery. NOTE: I am not responsible for the PHD logo.
These high resolution glossy handouts are 8.5" x 11" and printed on glossy stock. They were designed to sit in acrylic stands in shops selling the product. Imagery was a combination of stock photography with superimposed product, scientific testing imagery, and my own personal design aesthetic.
These high resolution postcards are 4" x 6" and printed on glossy stock. They were designed as marketing colateral and placed as teasers within shipping boxes for existing orders. Imagery was a combination of stock photography with superimposed product, scientific testing imagery, and my own personal design aesthetic.
Below is a small selection of random web banners I've designed over the years. I utilize Photoshop CS, CSS and jQuery depending on the needs of the client.
I enjoy ChillStep music when I design or program. My son got me interested in Garage Band after seeing him create some fun loops. Below is my first take at a 3 minute ChillStep (loud high fidelity speakers suggested, but watch out for that bass kick).
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