web design

Marketing, Branding, Analysis, UI and UX design by Michael Foster. He’s like having your very own WYSIWYG.

“There’s a surgical process to creating websites that work. It’s important to know what the website needs to accomplish before you start whipping up a User Interface. And as for the design, that’s the visual poetry that emotionally connects to the viewer, which heavily plays into the User Experience. If the viewer doesn’t feel anything, they won’t be motivated to do anything.”

Oh, and there is so much more work that isn’t currently featured on this website. Please inquire for details.

“I’m not a full-time developer, but I know enough about the back side of things to get myself in trouble. I’ve worked with HTML5, CSS, WordPress, JQuery, MySQL and have at times dabbled in (gasp) Drupal. I figure I’m about 70% designer, 30% developer. That being said, I probably don’t give myself enough credit for knowing the technical side of things. I’ve troubleshot some websites that even full-time developers can’t seem to figure out.”

Design Portfolio

The Design Portfolio

Michael’s experience in graphics, marketing, illustration, and video production fills an essential need in advertising agencies, printing companies, and design firms.

Some of the clients Michael has worked with include: Microsoft, US-Japan Business Council, JW Merc, Reliance Accounting, PepsiCo, RAINN (co-founded by Tori Amos & Sarah McLaughlin), Chicagoland Speedway, Richard Shay Photography, The British Embassy in the United States, Ben Hollis Worldwide, and Aphex. In addition, his previous television work has gained the interest of major studios such as Dreamworks SKG.