A fictional film poster made from raw photos with hundrens of layers of blending options in Photoshop.View poster
A promotional poster and logo for Inn Wishes, an acoustic, alternative artist from the Northwest.View poster
A political campaign poster and logo in which I designed as part of a volunteer service for Kent Johnson during his campaign for Springville, UT City Council.View poster
A vinyl wall display created for One on One Marketing in Lehi, UT, for a series portraying their Core Values.
Made entirely out of text in Illustrator, I have managed to recreate the face of a lone cowboy entirely out of a handful of words that represent the core values of the company.View display
Fictional film poster made from raw photos with hundrens of layers of blending options in Photoshop.View Poster
A promotional poster and logo for Inn Wishes, an acoustic, alternative artist from the Northwest.View Poster
A mobile iOS app interface design for patients to interact with their doctors, set appointments, fill/renew perscriptions, make payments, educate themselves, recieve notifications and coupons, write/read reviews, and find nearby practices. These are just a few screen shots of what is quite a deep and intricate mobile app.View 5 Screen Samples
An iOS tablet app interface design for patients to check-in while in the waiting room, eliminating the old-fashioned pen and clipboard. These are just a few screen shots of what is quite a deep and intricate tablet app.View 5 Screen Samples
A Responsively designed website for Solutionreach, a provider-led, cloud-based platform that betters patient relationships and optimizes the patient experience.View Website
A landing page campaign for Solutionreach and their lead-generation efforts for the sales/biz-dev teams.
*There really wasn't an actual limited amount of time. Once the set time on the countdown clock had expired, it simply added a short amount of time back onto the clock, retaining the illusion. Tricky business.View Landing Page
This is currently a work in progress.
A smartphone app interface prototype chosen as a Semi-Finalist in the 2010 Adobe Design Achievement Awards using Flash. uventure is meant to make leisure, whether planned or spontaneous, an easy and efficient experience in the palm of your hand, no matter what uventure life may take you on.
Slide updates coming soon.
An online store prototype collaboration with Graham Cox. 'Merican Beaver is an affordable sophisticated clothing brand for: the hard workin', outdoor, all weather, rugged, grungy, average blue collar 'Merican; and the everyday suburban kind of guy who wants to enjoy the new, hip, and trendy movement of hard workin' gear for men.View Various Campaign Samples
In the movie, Kill Jon, Jon Kramer is faced with a mysterious caller who notifies him that, within the next 24 hours, he will die. To save his own life, Jon must not only figure out the location of the caller -- in order to return the phone call -- and the reasoning behind everything that is happening. He can find everything through the clues left for him, except for who the caller, or "The Operator, is.
SPOILER ALERT! The user must enter the correct phone number on the phone; basically calling "The Operator" back -- just like in the movie. Once the user punches in the correct phone number, the rest of the secret site opens up where the user can view bonus content.View Viral Site (FLASH REQUIRED)
When he's not out fighting crime or playing doctor in the ER, Matt Chadbourne is being creative. His passions and hobbies include: design, music (writing and listening), movies, acting, writing, eating, and being a compassionate soul who refers to himself in the third person.
At a very young age, Matt found himself confused about what he wanted to be in life. From a clown to a cat doctor (not a vet), Matt was indecisive. It wasn't until he was about 15 that he knew that he had a forte for "The Digital." While in high school, Matt won several awards in graphic and user interface design -- he had finally found his place and furthered his education throughout college.
You might be wondering about the nickname "Fatty Matty." Well, the moniker was given to Matt in High School and throughout the first half of College while he was at a point of his life where you could say he was plump and bubbly. Now, a few years later and much healthier, the name still sticks, as well as the bubbly.
Matt enjoys bright colors (mostly green), imperfect shapes, sans serif fonts (like Gotham and Knockout), the option to type a code once and paste it in another project later, practicing healthy habits and fitness, things considered delightful, and you!