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A designer & developer
for web, brands, and UX.

I making work that engages people, learning new coding & design techniques, leveraging productivity tools, all things digital & interactive, collaborating & creative problem-solving, the feeling when you finally fix that bug

Selected Work

Mechanics Bank

Launching a community-focused website for a small, regional bank.

Front­-end Development, Digital/UX Design, Email Design

Brokaw

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Loop

Promoting the music side of a local coffeehouse/record store with an integrated brand identity campaign.

Concept, Logo Design, Brand Identity

Personal

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Chemtron

A smart and straightforward website for an environmental services facility.

Front­-end Development, Content Design, Illustration

Brokaw

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@folk

An app design for students to feel at home in art school.

Concept, User Research, Interface/UX Design, Prototyping

Personal

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NaviGate Prepared

Empowering schools with emergency solutions.

Web Design, Brand Development, Art Direction

Brokaw

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RTA 2018 Digital Annual Report

Navigating the future—together.

Web Design, Front-end Development, Content Design

Brokaw

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Cayman Jack

A microsite to make throwing a sophisticated Cinco party as easy as pouring a Cayman Jack®.

Web Development, UX Design

Brokaw

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Saigon Shack

A refreshed menu design and identity for a casual Vietnamese spot.

Concept, Logo Design, Print Design

Personal

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Branding and Illustration

Various graphic design work that incorporates my skills in branding and illustration.

Branding, Illustration, Motion Design

Personal

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More about me

I’m a front-end developer with a strong background in graphic design. My versatile creative experience helps me make informed decisions about digital design and UX.


Through my BFA degree and professional work, I’ve gained valuable creative problem-solving and collaboration skills. I also enjoy blogging to reflect on my interests.

Feel free to say hey!


Ted Boyer

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