I am an Emerging Developer, Designer, and Creative. I am currently a student at Greenville College, double majoring in Computer Information Systems with a Management Emphasis and Digital Media with a Graphic Design Emphasis.
I am a dedicated student interested in working with you and your company. Will strive to bring transformative and new ideas in collaboration with the team. Looking for an organization to plug into that makes change happen: change that is real, measurable, and that matters.
Shine Music Camp T-shirt Design
Mark Ruffalo GQ Magazine Cover
Night Life - Shot Types Movie
Greenville IL Bicentennial Poster
Saint Martha's Hall Mobile Site
Chroma Key Project
How To Boil An Egg
Greenville Media WorX (GMX)
Love 24/7 Graphic
Kinetic Typography Animation
Shalom Hosuse Website Redesign
First Animation Ever
Rusty's Bistro Website
Video Interview with Isaiah Barnfield
Worship Arts Minister
Noah Henry has an impressive ability to create a look that speaks, and he is the kind of guy who will keep working at it until it's just right. He has managed to stay current and fresh with his work, but also very in tune with the needs of the customer. Through several projects, he has continued to give us quality design that sends the right message effectively.
Terri Sunderland, CPSM
Noah served as my summer intern. He was hardworking, creative, knowledgeable and an excellent problem-solver. He made a significant contribution to our organization providing much needed upgrades in materials and catalogues.
I hired Noah to help me with the work load on a large user interface design project. He created my requested layouts on time and followed the design and branding guidelines I gave him. I will definitely consider hiring Noah again!
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Every summer, First Christian Church, located in Greenville, IL, helps teach teenagers
and children the value of music through its Shine Music Camp program. This go around,
Jason Fishburn (The Worship Minister at FCC) gave me free reign, as the Worship Arts and
Graphics Intern, to create a t-shirt design for Shine Music Camp 2015.
I wanted to create a design that would appeal to both the kids and the adults who participated in the program. I wanted it to be different from the scene of the word "shine" and focus on the word "music." What came to mind were a set of headphones. What better way to exemplify this than through a product that majority of people's lives are touched by every day. The words, "Shine Music Camp,” are placed within the headphones to resemble the camp being the center of the experience, similar to one's head taking in the sound produced by the headphones. Lastly, the tag, "Seeking Him In Everything," is where the headphones plug into. This personifies the idea that God is our source of life and that in everything, we need to seek Him and plug into the teaching of scripture. He is sovereign over our lives.
In my Specialized Study of Design course, I was given the task of creating an illustrated
portrait of someone famous. One of the options for the portrait was to create a magazine
cover and to mimic the design of an established magazine publisher. I decided to illustrate
the actor Mark Ruffolo and mimic GQ Magazine's design style. Creating a portrait was
extremely time consuming and difficult, but I am really happy with the end product that you
can see above.
Bellow is the original image of Mark Ruffalo.
Further converting it to a black and white photo and setting the dimensions to be printed so that I could trace it and create a tri-tone trace of the highlights, mids, and low light areas. Accompanied by the sketch.
Created an infographic celebrating Greenville IL's 200th birthday. Taking a look at the past,
and predicting the future.
After doing some research and spending some time sketching, the concept chosen was "Past & Future." With this concept, I wanted to create an infographic that portrayed Greenville's past while at the same time, looking to the future. What better way to do this than to divide it horizontally through the middle (History on top, future on the bottom)? From there, I established what I found to be three of the most important events in Greenville's history and came up with three hypothetical events for the future (Though, the first one is a real future event, the other's are just speculation gathered from Greenvillians).
Six different concepts / sketches
Final infographic design sketch
The objective of this project was to take a non-for-profit organization and design a condensed mobile website, based on their current web architecture and content. As you can see above, the organization chosen is Saint Martha's Hall. Saint Martha's Hall is a not-for-profit agency, located in St. Louis, which provides a shelter care program for abused women and their children. Their original website can be viewed at saintmarthas.org.
In doing some research, I gathered content from Saint Marth's Hall's website to create a menu and three other pages (The Home, Services, and Donate).
It's time to get the artistic juices flowing. After gathering content and doing research, it was time to start sketching and creating wireframes for the design concept. During this phase, it's easy to arrange content and determine what might work well within the hierarchy of the content and to get a feel for the design without getting too deep into the graphics.
In the assortment of screens above, you see the Home Screen Navigation
Menu (Center), the Services page (Left from Center), the Donate page (Right from Center),
and two variations of the Menu (Far Left) and the Services (Far Right).
An interactive prototype of this project can be found on InVision by cliking here.
The objective of this video was to replicate a scene from a movie. Mr. Deed's, "Meet in Shower" scene is the one I decied to replicate. Over the shoulder shot, tennis court background, same hand motion, etc..
This is an animated infographic that I did for my introduction to animation class. I used both Adobe After Effects and Cinema 4D Lite.
Here, managed the content and created all of the asset. I was responsible for setting up the wordpress theme as desired by the organization. If you click this link, you will be able to interact with the full version the site.
Above, you can see the freelancers secton and bellow, the contact page.
Love 24/7 was a sermon series done at Greenville First Christian Church. As Christians, Jesus has commanded us, “‘You must love the lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. A second is equally important: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ The entire law and all the demands of the prophets are based on these two commandments.” - Matthew 22:37-40 (NLT)
In my intro to animation course, we were tasked with creating a kinetic typography project. I chose to use an excerpt from the song Rough Water by Travie McCoy. Hope you enjoy!
Here, I did a redesign of Shalom House's website. I did all of the branding and coding. It is a live site, so if you click here, you will be able to interact with the full version the site.
In my intro to animation course, we were tasked with creating a 30-second audio recording to then animate to. What you see and hear is the end result.
Here, I designed a hypothetical restaurant website. I did all of the branding and coding. It is a live site, so if you click here, you will be able to interact with the fullversion the site.
The objective of this video was to practice b-roll while conducting an interview.