More Pattern Library Projects

Pattern Libraries Archive

I’ve been building pattern libraries for a long time. Here are some of my older projects. There are probably still at least one or two good decisions buried in these somewhere. Beware! Links to old but active projects may be filled with unexplainable nonsense.

My role on these projects was front end developer unless otherwise stated. Page design screenshots are included only to show the patterns in action.

University of Kentucky Research & UK Center for Clinical and Translational Science

2016 – 2018

My hybrid role as both visual designer and front end developer allowed me to efficiently build a Pattern Lab library for UK Research.

Post-launch, I adapted this library for a related research center, giving them their own voice within the parent brand.

Wichita State University

2017 – 2018

Variety and movement were central to the components in WSU’s library.

OmniUpdate

2016 – 2017

The CMS vendor used this library and set of static templates to build their public-facing commercial site and user intranet.

Longwood University

2015 – 2016

The library for this small, public Virginia university is filled with cheerful curves and textures.

University of Virginia School of Continuing and Professional Studies

2015 – 2016

A pattern library to support the port of the client’s existing ExpressionEngine site to a responsive front end.

This library is no longer maintained or live.


Wellcome Sanger Institute

2014 – 2015

I built a large, ultra-flexible library for this genome research institute’s Drupal site.

University of Virginia Career Services

2015

Library and static templates for a Drupal site.

This library is no longer maintained or live.

 

UT Health San Antonio

2014 – 2016

The immense library for this academic, research, and patient care center was a collaborative and iterative effort with the client team.

I also did some visual design for this project post-launch by incorporating the Center’s new palette and typography and adding some new graphic elements (including the footer Alamo). Original design by Steph Loughran.

Biocomplexity Institute of Virginia Tech

formerly Virginia Bioinformatics Institute

2014 – 2015

The library for this life sciences research institute was based loosely on Zurb Foundation.