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JONATHAN CASEY WEEKS huminaboz@gmail.com • 972 824 4422


The following document encompasses a brief written account of my personal, educational, and professional qualifications and experience. In alphabetical order.

JONATHAN CASEY WEEKS huminaboz@gmail.com • 972 824 4422

SANS SERIF

AVENIR BAUHAUS EUROSTILE DIN FRANKLIN GOTHIC FRUTIGER FUTURA GOTHAM KABEL KNOCKOUT LUCIDA GRANDE QUICKSAND TARA TRADE GOTHIC UNIVERS

SERIF

BODONI CASLON GARAMOND GEORGIA

SLAB-SERIF

BLACKOAK CHUNKFIVE CLARENDON ROCKWELL

DISPLAY

ART BRUSH BELLO MESQUITE POSTOFFICE ROSEWOOD

BECAUSE I HAVE TO

ARIAL HELVETICA TIMES NEW ROMAN

At least, those are fonts I've HEARD of, I do all my work in Comic Sans, Papyrus, and Hobo. (”real” resume in the back)


C A N O N B A L L C R E AT I V E W E B S I T E

Design & Copy: Casey Weeks

Website to show the interactive prowess of Canonball Creative. Gives the user simple focus as well as reward and encourage exploration. Proves that you can keep someone on a site longer if they enjoy the experience. Currently in Development buuuuuut shhhhhh: www.canonball.com/twopointoh


Home

Image stays in place on scroll.

T H O U S A N D O A K S S U R G I C A L H O S P I TA L W E B S I T E

Design: Casey Weeks

Website redesign. Currently in Development.

Gallery Storyboard

Sub Page


1900x1200

Subpage

960x500

Instructions to Developers

OG LE COSTMETOLOGY COLLEG E WE BSITE

Design: Casey Weeks

Redesign of website. Image as primary content. Currently in production.

Sitemap

User Persona


FRESHERIZED WEBSITE

E AT W H O L LY W E B S I T E

reDesign: Casey Weeks

Website redesign to “freshen up” the current site. http://www.fresherizedfoods.com/

BEFORE

Design: Casey Weeks

Website design based on structure of previous website. http://www.eatwholly.com/

AFTER

(Content Management System Alert! Maintainers of site may have confused themselves for designers)

AV O C A D O C H A L L E N G E

Design: Casey Weeks

VA R I O U S D E S I G N S F O R F R E S H E R I Z E D F O O D S Website redesign to “freshen up” the current site.

P O P U P PA R T Y

Design: Casey Weeks, Collin Brill & David Hospodka Sweepstakes Landing Pages and Flash banners

Sweepstakes Landing Pages


A P P L I C AT I O N D E S I G N - P I C K A G I F T

Design: Casey Weeks (front /backend) & Brendan Polk (backend) Front End and Backend Management system for an online application that provides interactive gifting experiences. **Still TOP secret, so I do not have permission to link. Back End

Front End


Planning

A P P L I C AT I O N D E S I G N - V I E W P L I C I T Y

Design: Casey Weeks & Collin Brill (icons)

Application and website for a multi-user video chat application. **Client money issues led to poor production of the end product. However, there is a sample: http://www.canonball.com/demo/viewplicity/

Website


Dallas Ad League Website http://dallasadleague.org/

Millions From One Design: Jonathan Simpson and Casey Weeks http://www.millionsfromone.com/

Holiday Builders Landing Page

Meep Landing Page Logo Designer unknown. (Meep, not YouTube. Although I don’t know who did that one either.)

VA R I O U S O T H E R W E B S I T E S

Design: Casey Weeks

Gregory Simpson Website http://www.gregoryssimpson.com (Content Management System Alert! Maintainers of site may have confused themselves for designers)

A Mergers and Acquisitions Company Website Design: Casey Weeks and Derek Hunten Currently in Development


You would play it if it were on the Wii

STU DE NT WOR K

Design: Casey Weeks

Highlights from UNT School of Visual Communications

Arbor Sports Snowboards


Hello, my name is JONATHAN

CASEY WEEKS and this is my RESUME. You can call me

CASEY. If you need to contact me you can email me at huminaboz@gmail.com or call me at 972-824-4422. I've won over five million Design Awards, been featured on every page of every Communication Arts EVER, and designed half the internet (the good half). And while that is an obvious lie, I must say I couldn't help myself. That's what resumes are for, right? Might as well do it right. I went to The TALENTED

AND GIFTED MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL until I earned my diploma

in 2002, which is worth mentioning because it won best high school in America in 2006 and 2007. Although I had already graduated by then, I like to think it was the result of knowledge I imparted the teachers. It's a fun thought. In 2002 I began studies in Computer Science at

THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS. By

2004, I had become frustrated with RULES in programming and found my way to the School of Visual Arts and Design where I earned my BFA in Communication Design with an emphasis in Art Direction in 2008. To summarize my college experience: I spent 6 years learning to be part computer nerd, part Typographic nut. During my time in college I never slept. Here's why: Besides school, I worked as a Typesetter at

COOPERS COPIES AND PRINTING from April

2007 to August 2007(where I put up with a boss whose vocabulary comprised entirely of expletives) as well as an unpaid intern at

SEE PICTURES under the brilliant photographer SCOTT HARBEN

from June 2007 to August 2007. From September 2007 to July 2008 I worked as a Design Intern at

ECOLAB in the SSDC DIVISION where I learned functional design and real world advice from my boss, Rich Baker. Around the same time I worked at

PROJECT ONE ADVERTISING as an Art

Director Intern and experienced the phenomenon of creating unusual ideas and getting paid for the first time. Once I graduated and took a month of vacation(slept), I found my way to a web startup known as

CANONBALL CREATIVE in August 2008 where I work today. At Canonball I've had many roles: Web Design, User Experience Design, Interaction Design, Wireframe Design, Application Design. I've worked with client relations, taught other art directors how to work with interactive design, dabbled in project management, provided guidance to a young designer, taught Developers to respect good design, done copywriting, photography, and worked with HTML/CSS. It's been an amazing experience, but there's one major issue: I need to work somewhere I can learn from people more experienced than me. As for my technical skills, I'm well-versed in Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. I know my way around in Flash, I'm familiar with AfterEffects and I've worked on the sidelines of HTML/CSS enough to where it's getting to the point that I might as well just build a website to say I'm well-versed in it. On a personal note, I'm frequently recognized as a morale booster and a dedicated, self-starting employee. Although that sounds like a tired old statement, it's true; I may leave projects at work when the clock says I can go home, but I never stop working. My focus in life is to recognize patterns and break them. That’s why I took a resume out of its boring “easy-to-read” format and turned it into something different. Something harder to read.


Thank you! FO R YO U R TI M E

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