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UX/UI Design for Breckenridge Cherry Cricket Resturant 

Established in 1945, "The Cherry Cricket" is the oldest burger joint in Denver, Colorado. It has been featured on the TV series Man V. Food and Best Thing I Ever Ate and people are known to travel from far and wide just to get a taste of their famous burger. Cherry Cricket recently underwent a larger rebranding, that incorporated more hand drawn illustrations to describe more of the brand's quirky characteristics. With the opening of a new location in the famous lower downtown Denver neighborhood, a website refresh was needed. 

 

UX/UI Design for Breckenridge Cherry Cricket Resturant 

Established in 1945, "The Cherry Cricket" is the oldest burger joint in Denver, Colorado. It has been featured on the TV series Man V. Food and Best Thing I Ever Ate and people are known to travel from far and wide just to get a taste of their famous burger. Cherry Cricket recently underwent a larger rebranding, that incorporated more hand drawn illustrations to describe more of the brand's quirky characteristics. With the opening of a new location in the famous lower downtown Denver neighborhood, a website refresh was needed. 

 

UX/UI Design for Breckenridge Cherry Cricket Resturant 

Established in 1945, "The Cherry Cricket" is the oldest burger joint in Denver, Colorado. It has been featured on the TV series Man V. Food and Best Thing I Ever Ate and people are known to travel from far and wide just to get a taste of their famous burger. Cherry Cricket recently underwent a larger rebranding, that incorporated more hand drawn illustrations to describe more of the brand's quirky characteristics. With the opening of a new location in the famous lower downtown Denver neighborhood, a website refresh was needed. 

 

UX/UI Design for Breckenridge Cherry Cricket Resturant 

Established in 1945, "The Cherry Cricket" is the oldest burger joint in Denver, Colorado. It has been featured on the TV series Man V. Food and Best Thing I Ever Ate and people are known to travel from far and wide just to get a taste of their famous burger. Cherry Cricket recently underwent a larger rebranding, that incorporated more hand drawn illustrations to describe more of the brand's quirky characteristics. With the opening of a new location in the famous lower downtown Denver neighborhood, a website refresh was needed. 

 

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Color, Typography & Illustration

I designed a custom responsive site that paid homage to Cherry Cricket's history in Denver and embraced its quirky and fun brand style. The theme of the site, based on a vintage look from the 50's diner culture but also a casual look that it was created and made by hand. I created hand-drawn illustrations based on old comics from Cherry Crickets 1950's art style. Each illustration brought a modern take on meaningful art for the brand.  This hand-drawn style was then extended to the web library for the site, from the buttons to social icons, the look gave the site a truly unique sense of continuity. 


Color, Typography & Illustration

I designed a custom site that paid homage to the craftsmanship of old world boat builders and brewers alike, that embraced Dry Dock's unique brand. The theme of the site, based on old-world map drawings and scientific illustrations was a huge undertaking and required a lot of hand-done finishes. I created vintage-style illustrations for all of their 50+ speciality beers, to showcase a old-world feeling that displayed Dry Dock's dedication to the art of brewing. With unique animations and subtle discoverable pieces hidden in each page, this interactive site truly brought the Dry Dock experience to life online.

Color, Typography & Illustration

I designed a custom site that paid homage to the craftsmanship of old world boat builders and brewers alike, that embraced Dry Dock's unique brand. The theme of the site, based on old-world map drawings and scientific illustrations was a huge undertaking and required a lot of hand-done finishes. I created vintage-style illustrations for all of their 50+ speciality beers, to showcase a old-world feeling that displayed Dry Dock's dedication to the art of brewing. With unique animations and subtle discoverable pieces hidden in each page, this interactive site truly brought the Dry Dock experience to life online.

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Website Process

Website Process

Website Process

As lead designer for this project, I designed a responsive website that personified the experience of Cherry Cricket. Furthering the aesthetics of real life photography and hand drawn illustrations, as well as including personal and social profiles of people who love this diner, I created a mixture of modern and retro elements to personify the Cricket's unique brand and place in Denver. 

As lead designer for this project, I designed a responsive website that personified the experience of Cherry Cricket. Furthering the aesthetics of real life photography and hand drawn illustrations, as well as including personal and social profiles of people who love this diner, I created a mixture of modern and retro elements to personify the Cricket's unique brand and place in Denver. 

As lead designer for this project, I designed a responsive website that personified the experience of Cherry Cricket. Furthering the aesthetics of real life photography and hand drawn illustrations, as well as including personal and social profiles of people who love this diner, I created a mixture of modern and retro elements to personify the Cricket's unique brand and place in Denver. 

Though the website had to be an expression of the Cherry Cricket brand it also had to highlight important information for the user. Primarily it's menu rotation items, its multiple location hours and events put on by its new owner Breckenridge Brewing. Clarity amongst craft was key in this process ensuring legibility and clear navigation.  

Though the final application was only five screens, all possible options for rocket, payload and orbit had to be calculated and designed, resulting in over 30 presets choices for the users final launch result. This process of research and intimiate knowledge of the Atlas V rocket was both the most intresting and time consuming. 

Though the final application was only five screens, all possible options for rocket, payload and orbit had to be calculated and designed, resulting in over 30 presets choices for the users final launch result. This process of research and intimiate knowledge of the Atlas V rocket was both the most intresting and time consuming. 

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