Graffiti on the toilet 7bls2ounces Hanging in Narrows Center for the Arts with the final tour of Reconnectus.org April 16th 2008 Swamp Level half colored Kilroy Lives sticker Homepage Screenshot Jeremiah Explains the Lean Brand ZombiesFire! Title Zombie Football Field! Jeremiah Gardner sitting in front of his lean brand process Zombie Days Opening Screen Inked Sketch Zombies Start in small packs Installation Painted and ready Lex Aranea Logo Graveyard! Half complete 7bls2ounces Hanging in the Boston State House April 28th 2008 Untitled #8 Andy Fleming acting our a persona Untitled #6 Kilroylive.com Website Jeremiah using Zesty for the first time. Process book grid Final Markered Opening Screen k6 Kilroy Lives T-shirts broken process Pitchfork Online Lead Systems Spinning 33's Logo Jeremiah at the white board Graveyard Inked! Untitled #11 Bamboo login box Sketch of the Opening Screen Process Collage Jeremiah Gardner and Dustin Horning Hand rendering type Zesty Party Invitation Close Up Bamboo Dashboard Crowd Participator amdk62by300 mixed media Zombie Days Inked Sketch Randy Apuzzo at Narrows Center of Arts a lei, ami Process book inside Untitled #4 A Product Tour of Zesty Bamboo Logo Fold - Full Alphabet typeface jager bombs Kilroy 3D Mockup Kilroy lives process book Untitled #1 Type Exploration The Forest More user generated content Justin Sherlock at the installation 7bls2ounces Poster We had field workers Zombies Days Sketch Common Diner Logo Affluent Prospects Logo Swamp Sketch Untitled #10 MEPBN Logo  7bls2ounces Hanging in Machines With Magnets March 8th 2008 Smash Cannon Logo Untitled #2 alla mia Randy Apuzzo Kilroy Installation Providence Atomic Screen Print Process book back Untitled #3 Action Seat Logo Installation was a success Final Rendering of Swamp Zesty Invitation Collage King Screen Print Blue Theory Randy, Jeremiah, and Andy Kilroy Lives Logo providence glow screen print Bamboo Analytics Homepage Wireframe Yelping Bad Logo Bamboo Table Layout Suburbs in Sketch Suburbs Level Complete Kilroy Screen Printing Almost Dropped my Water Bottle Full shot of process book Fold Typeface Angle The Kilroy installation User generated content Fold Typeface Play Opening Screen Full Markered Untitled #9 Laura Franz! One the best comments on someones graffiti Jokes are good when public speaking Zombies attack in hordes Process book spine Untitled #5 Home Page Analysis paper samples rock mixed media Justin sherlock with the kil box Mosque taken from humvee turret Typography Exploration People at the installation Invision BCR Logo No hiding from Zombies Wind blowing ZombiesFire! and Xcode Sashes and Crown Logo Bamboo Product Website amdk6 mixed media Suburbs Level Inked Kilroy Lives was about what people write in private. The concept was to collect bathroom graffiti and categorize it. All graffiti is to be categorized and tallied by location/city/state. This was At the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Professor Laura Franz taught Typography I. Janine Wong taught Typography III. Yoon Soo Lee taught Graphic Design III. Being a mid-year transfer student fro Spring 2006 Marks the first semester at UMASSD as a visual design/letterform student. Prior to the transfer, I started my College Level education at Northeastern University studying Computer Science ( 7lbs2ounces is a developing project that revolves around stories written by friend and war veteran Ben Tabor. Having been close to Tabor since elementary school, his stories were tough to bare; my goa Fall 2007 upon my return from Sicily I felt like a new person. I was fortunate enough to swap out some mandatory design and drawing classes with a screen printing class and painting class with Profess Summer in Sicily was a study abroad program run by UMass Dartmouth Professor Tony Miraglia. We lived in Messina off the coast of Reggio Calabria. The experience was invaluable. Tony was forcing much n For an art history class, i put together a 3D typeface and wrote an essay on it. Unfortuntely that essay is not in my records, but i still have some nice images from the Unfortunately. Bamboo was the most packaged and CMS I've created prior to Zesty. It had it's own analytics platform (which eventually lead to it's demise). The design was nice and clean. It had dynamic graphs using After 2 years of development we are throwing a public bash for Zesty!    Friday, November 30th, 20121045 6th AvenueSan Diego, CA 92101   Expect drink and good times!  Here is a sampling of the logo/icon work I created in 2011 I had moved out to california end of summer in 2008, up until mid 2009 there wasn't much to document. Joey Nees had joined me end of 2009, many of the logos are a combo of our ideas with his final exe 5% of something is better than 100% of nothing. 2010 was a long, awesome, and crazy year. In the beginning of the year I had Joseph Nees still working with me in the new Jetscram office on 320 W Ash. Sometime in July 2010 I had an urge for another attempt to design and develop a game. ZombiesFire! was the name. The concept started on a Plane ride home and came to fruition after 15 or so sketches i These gentlemen in Norway time the google maps van perfectly and chase it down wearing goofy scuba gear! Since it was published google had blanked out the men chasing the van in scuba gear. Check is o When browsing about the apple store about a month ago, I stumbled across a game that was featured called "Burn Zombies Burn". I felt that the name was too close to Zombies Burn, so i elected to stop w Child-hood friend, Ben Tabor, is opening a co-op diner in new orleans called Common Diner. I threw together a logo for the dinner. Looks like the logo might not fly, but its a good one to post anyhow. Drawing the screens is a blast! I've continues to do so. This particular screen will come when a level is complete. You can see an area for stats, coins, days, a tweet button etc.  In the center A little bit of the mootools arsenal and some css transistion makes for good fun with an animated gif as a background image on random spawning divs! I'm continuing to hand render the Zombie Daze game, it's a lot of fun. Posted here are a couple level renderings: swamp (which became rocky field), football field, forest, suburbs, and graveyard. Each Dominique Houriet (oo-d-a) is our fellow building designer and friend. We are soon getting the final piece of our bar installed (oo-d-a calls it Bar Zesty). When Dominique adds beauty to Bar Zesty we The new opening title for the once ZombiesFire. Zombie Daze is fun and has two Zs in it's title, which is fitting. Daze is a fun word to play with! Title was drawn and rendered in a ER waiting room, s Today we are ever surrounded by digital interfaces. Digital interfaces are relativity new, and as a society we have yet to create standards to build them, let alone teach others to build them. Creatin Here is a post outside of my standard realm of art and computers. Here are some fun thoughts to challenge current technologies that have been spinning in my head. PropulsionUsing gasoline to cause con There is something about cracking a clove of garlic apart, that almost draws me to cook, just for the action of cracking. You snap of single pieces of the clove, press down on the clove with a flat bl Thinking about screen printing class helps me get through daily operational problem solving. Whether it is using a limited color palette, or writing a method or class, thinking about these items in tw PHP first appeared in 1995. I wrote my first line of PHP in 2003. Today, this blog is delivered to you by layers and layers of PHP doing amazing things between the lines. PHP is not going anywhereFace I came home to Brittini sound asleep grasping an updating iphone 4 plugged into the wall. Sound asleep she is with a death grip on her phone. I wake her and say its ok, she says "whats happening to my A lot went wrong before we sat down on those orange stools and delivered our speech and product to the crowd. To start, the demographic of the crowd was not known, particularly because our s Jeremiah Gardner's company and Zesty both had tents at large public event. We each had speaking spots on our respective studies. During Jeremiah's speech on branding, we offered up Zesty as We are trying to gain sign-ups from new visitors The product we are working with is Zesty. It's a bit more challenging because there are currently two ways into Zesty. One path leads the visitor You're reading the second article of from the Lean Brand Methodology series. Read about the session prior here: Branding a product with the Lean Brand Methodology. Summing up the Competitio Doug Hecht and Sarah Kotlova, from Digitaria, spoke at a Disruptive Thinkers event. After a presentation the group of viewers split into two, and each group had time to interview Sarah and Doug. You want to understand your market as real living, breathing, feeling people. Not as targets, demographics or data. Targets, demographics, and data won't buy your product...people will.—Jeremia Say hello to the fourth article of from the Lean Brand Methodology series. Read about the session prior here: The Emotional of Personas. Getting to know your Personas How do you get yo Welcome to the fifth article of from the Lean Brand Methodology series. Read about the session prior here: Final Personas and Working Hypothesis Personal Statements & Brand Hunting Our fifth sess TL;DR: Following the Zesty Incubator program, Professor Justine Rapp PhD lets us host a focus group with Digital Marketing students. 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It comes to the conclusion that transparency is key, millennials have a After writing an article about Millennials (Gen Y), I couldn't help but get my thoughts down about the next generation. This article covers their age range, why they are different, and what we can sta TL;DR: I'm a computer oriented person, but I've always keep a notebook handy for jotting down ideas or drawings. When I incorporated my first digital consulting business, I started using the notebook Marketing technology is growing and improving rapidly. These new technologies are disrupting traditional marketing services by reducing labor once required for IT management, implementa Beacons aren't working the way people think they would, or how they are sold to brands. Beacons advertising typically requires custom applications (like reward systems or loyalty programs) installed t OMG, I almost didn’t notice, who are these people on these phones?? They are users, or at least they are pretending to be for their photographer. This photo represents seven people (users) who have Information spread through print and television were the primary marketing channels to grow ventures from business to religion up until the internet became mainstream in the late 1990s. Since the inte