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The projects reflected here are from 13 years as a one-stop design shop for Horton Emergency Vehicles as well as a few side projects.
My design foundation formed working on newspapers and grew while producing sales materials for Longaberger. It all came together with the addition of web design at Horton.
Product photography. Click on a thumbnail to see the full image.
This Concept 3 interior is used in literature and web advertising. An "entry-level" Horton, work on the Concept 3 included logo development, help in the development of the system control panel and product photography.
Horton received one of the first TerraStar chassis from International to build the model 623 demo pictured above. This image was used in advertising and in a flyer.
Fine chocolate and the ingredients used to make it. Shot for www.fincaChocolate.com.
This Horton was configured to monitor oil wells and features a server and workstations.
Print work for me began with newspaper layout and design on what became the Mac Classic. That's right -- a broadsheet publication laid out on a nine inch screen!
This piece introduced a new technology to protect safety personel working in the back of an ambulance. Responsible for all aspects including copy, photography and design.
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A series of three ads that led to the introduction of multiplex technology with a new ambulance control system. Introduction included product training for the sales field, a brochure and website pages.
While Horton had built rescue vehicles for decades, in 2007 Horton developed an official line of rescue vehicles. The roll out included advertising, brochures, web pages, photography and news releases.
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Both ambulance and rescue models had line art sheets to allow customers and salesmen to pick out dimensions while deciding how to modify that vehicle.
These are some of the miscellaneous design projects I have been involved with from product design to trade show booth design.
This is a challenge coin developed as a give-away at trade shows and during customer meetings.
Introduction of Horton's multiplex electrical system was a major industry change. The user panels were developed with the vendor featuring printing on both sides with slide-in labels to provide both matte and glossy finishes.
The bottom image is from the original drawing of the patient area panel sent to the panel manufacturer as an autocad file.
While redesigning the Horton plant, a delivery bay was created. The banners on the left highlight Horton features, while the logos on the right show the Horton dealer logos.
Design at Horton included banners, trade show layout and display pieces for those trade shows.
Logos and a variety of drawings created in Illustrator.
An illustration for a James-Bond-themed fund raising auction.
Represents Horton's Occupant Protection System. This combination of airbags, cushions and seatbelts protects workers during a rollover.
Part of series of teaser emails sent prior to a sales meeting.
A poster for the Lancaster Arts and Civic Club's production of Charlotte's Web.
An illustration of an octopus for a possible children's book or web page about the creatures done in HTML Canvas.
The color ribbon represents the ambulance wire harness and multiple signals traveling through one wire.