Collateral material makes up one part of my work, and I've included a sampling of current and recent EECS/CSE work below. Please note that I have been lucky to work with talented graphic designer Rose Anderson in bringing many of these projects to life. EECS-level projects have been accomplished in conjunction with my EECS/ECE colleague Catharine June. Most video projects are made in collaboration with local videographer Mike Hensel.
Here are a few I'd like to highlight. You can find additional videos on the EECS YouTube channel, but many there were made without my involvement.
I issue a CSE eNewsletter nine times a year. You can see archived copies on the CSE Publications page.
Annual News Magazine:
Catharine June and I issue a news magazine each year. You can see archived copies on the CSE Publications page.
I create print materials for computer science and engineering. You can see archived copies on the CSE Publications page.
I work with Rose Anderson to create a boatload of posters, slides, logos, signs, and other graphics for use in publicizing or enhancing lecture series, proposals, events, workshops, etc.
The Yellow Barn, 2015 (currently a rework of a past site; update pending)
The Hungry Sea, 2013
Computer Science through College of LSA, 2012 in conjunction with Inner Circle Media
CS Connections, 2009-2012
There's been an awful lot of it. Technical manuals at Allen-Bradley Company Systems Division and at Irwin Magnetic Systems. Manuals, sales literature, advertising, and trade show support at View Engineering/SVS. Corporate communications at GSI Group, which included managing a national agency, directing comminutions for two of the company's business units, supporting trade shows worldwide, and a major corporate rebranding.
Much of the GSI Group work was done in close collaboration with Ted Hutchins (and the rest of the Corporate Communications team) up in Ottawa. One of these days, I'll put a few samples here. In the meantime, some of it is still on the Hutchins Crang website (which I no longer have a stake in).