Whether it’s a logo, a website, an application or a user experience, I believe design is about getting to the heart, uncovering the essence and expressing it with elegance and simplicity.
I work in a wide range of design disciplines including identity and print, but my main focus is in web and UX design.
Half Pint Chef is a cookware and kitchen e-commerce website that caters to kids.
Capital Kitchen is a beautiful kitchen store in the heart of downtown Montpelier and serves up serious tools for the everyday cook.
Bluehouse Group makes “websites that work,” and it's where I currently spend my days as the Art Director.
Granite State Grave Markers provides affordable custom memorials online.
The Custom Memorial section on GraniteStateGraveMarkers.com is a user-friendly self-serve memorial builder.
A smattering of logo designs. (From left to right) Wedding Photographer Stephen Savard, Union Mutual logo concept for online insurance services, Atlantic Closing and Escrow, Burlington law firm Murphy Sullivan and Kronk, non-profit SLAMDiabetes and event center Wilder Center.
I obviously ♥ design but I also ♥ Herbie Hancock, Matisse, Robots, any entertainment featuring puppets, Caravaggio, and the Fender Jazz Fretless Electric Bass.
Josh has been working in web/interactive design for over 10 years, which in web terms, is closer to 5,327 years. He helps clients make their web presence both beautiful and usable, and his attention to pixel-perfect detail, intuitive user-interface design and a deep understanding of web standards programming makes him a triple-threat designer.
Josh has a BA in Fine Arts with a concentration in graphic design that he earned at Castleton State College. Early in his design career he designed t-shirts for the NFL and MLB (legally) and later worked managing six-figure website redesigns for higher-ed institutions.
When Josh isn't staring at a computer screen, he's cooking with his lovely wife, playing Frisbee with his beagle, manning the counter/mop at Capital Kitchen (his wife's kitchen store in Montpelier), or watching the Boston Red Sox Baseball Club while enjoying a fine pale ale.