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Hello, I'm Andhedrew.


(Also known as Andrew Miller.)

I draw pictures and design things.

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Hello, I'm Andhedrew.


(Also known as Andrew Miller.)

I draw pictures and design things.

 

I believe design is...

Stories

Design tells effective, powerful stories about a brand – it's the first impression, the first line of communication with the customer. Design tells the customer if products are inexpensive or high-end, friendly or formal, useful or frustrating. 

Service

Design makes the world a better place. It make's people's lives easier. I use design to make people happier, and make their lives a little easier. 

 
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Design


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Design


Burrito Envy Social Media Images

Client: Burrito Envy restaurant

Goal: Series of social media images to communicate brand story.

Process: I constructed a series of images and animated gifs inspired by their irreverent "Beach Bum" branding. Using images of waves, surfers, etc. along with weathered textures and type, communicated a compelling story about the brand, while promoting products and giving followers a clear picture of the good times, and "good vibes" to be had by visiting the restaurant.

 
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The Fit Quilter Logo and Branding

Client: The Fit Quilter

Goal: Combining the two very different worlds of fitness and quilting into a cohesive logo. 

Process: Combining two very different ideas led to many intriguing combinations, using both physical similarity (the merging of a barbell and a spool of thread) and conceptual similarity (measuring tape, used in sewing, also has a place in weight loss). The final design used a piece of sewing machinery that every quilter is familiar with – the bobbin – as a replacement for the capital "Q". The thin type used for the word "fit" evokes weight loss, and the bright, energetic colors tie into the physical nature of the fitness, and the colorful tradition of quilting.

Backstreet Politics Logo, Website Images

Client: Backstreet Politics

Goal: Branding to evoke "crooked politics"

Process: Taking the typical iconography and color palette of political campaigns, I tweaked the formula to make something that looks familiar, but a bit "off".  The red, white, and blue commonly associated with political design has been slightly desaturated, lending the design a "dirty" or "tainted" feel. All of the lines in the logo are almost imperceptibly slanted – in a subtle way not intended to be noticed consciously, but to be felt at a subconscious level. This, along with the iconic tilted star, evoke the unease and distrust that many feel about mainstream politics.

 

More design:

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Illustration


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Illustration


"[Andrew] is an artist as well as a designer, with a highly versatile set of skills."

– Eric Shashoua, CEO / Founder, Zive, Inc.

 

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Brags


Nice things people have said about Andrew

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Brags


Nice things people have said about Andrew

from design Clients:

(I've worked with dozens.)

We were first attracted to Andrew for his design philosophy, which emphasizes user experience in a way that is so rare for good designers, even among venture-backed companies. We also have found him to be powerfully creative, highly effective at helping with both abstract tasks like logo design as well as more concrete tasks like UI design.

He is an artist as well as a designer, with a highly versatile set of skills that range from digital media to print to even photography. He has worked with us mostly on software product design but he's also handled a significant amount of our web design needs. He has been nothing less than essential to our work at Zive.

– Eric Shashoua, CEO / Founder, Zive, Inc.

We couldn't be happier with the creative work that Andrew did for us! Not only with our website, but with our logo design as well, he gave us numerous idea options in a timely manner.

Andrew paid close attention to our needs and helped us come up with a product that we love. We would work with Andrew again in a heartbeat!

– Ben Berry, Co-Founder, Berry Yoga

"I am so pleased with all of the design work Andrew Miller has done for my website! He is easy to work with, understands what I'm asking him to create for me, and never fails to turn out designs that are better than I have pictured in my mind.

I appreciate that he asks for feedback and is always willing to make adjustments in the design according to my needs and wishes. He's professional, yet personal - wonderful to work with!"

– Laura Coppinger, Founder, Heavenly Homemakers

From co-workers:

If I were to make a list of the most reliable, brilliantly creative, and contagiously joyful individuals I know, the list would be really short. Resting at the top would be Andrew Miller. His integrity, attention to details, and ability to connect with others is second-to-none. When Andrew leads a group of people, the vision and path are clearly illuminated. Mr. Miller has a knack of instilling in others a shared passion for collaborative work. I can’t think of many that I’d partner with or journey alongside more than he. Andrew is someone everyone deserves to know and have in their corner.
— Mitchell Roush
The best part about working with Andrew was how I always knew it was going to be a good shift when I walked into work. His attitude during slow or hectic times was always positive and made every outcome of the work day enjoyable and fulfilling.
— Andrew Geiger
Andrew was always a strong team player, as well as a diligent worker. He sought out and exemplified in-depth product knowledge, worked well with other team members, possessed outstanding customer service and relatability, showed concern for each customer’s satisfaction, consistently maintained a positive and friendly demeanor and attitude (even while under pressure), and sought out positive solutions rather than focusing on issues or conflicts. Andrew would make a valuable leader and would be a great addition to any team.
— Callie McCoy
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Side Projects


For fun and profit

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Side Projects


For fun and profit

Books

Andrew's not sure how many books he's got in him, but he's self-published four.

Games

Andrew's made and published 10 games, by himself and collaboratively – both tabletop and video games.

KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGNS

Andrew's successfully funded 3 Kickstarter campaigns for his ideas, attracting thousands of backers, awards, and a publishing deal. He's managed every aspect of producing, designing, printing, and shipping products worldwide, with a team spread across the U.S. (and one in Germany).

Contact


 

Faster than a carrier pigeon, so if it's urgent – send both.

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Contact


 

Faster than a carrier pigeon, so if it's urgent – send both.

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