Work

Please note: In many cases, I work as a sub-contractor through other design firms.
Therefore, this is only a small sampling of my work.

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Client

Master of Science in Cybersecurity Risk and Strategy

New York University School of Law

Designer

Michael Bierman

St. Louis MO

Features

The MS in Cybersecurity Risk and Strategy is a one-year program at NYU intended for experienced professionals who seek to deepen their understanding of cybersecurity risk and strategy. The website features many optional content display layouts, a faculty member management interface, news, events and and a custom form integrated dynamically into their Sales Force database.

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Client

Justin’s

Boulder CO

Designer

Patrick Creyts

Denver CO

Features

Justin’s is a national brand who’s website receives over 100,000 visitors a month. Featured is a recipe section complete with a filterable search function, blog and plenty of enhanced content with javascript effects.

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Client

Policing Project

New York University School of Law

Designer

Michael Bierman

St. Louis MO

Features

The Policing Project at NYU Law School is dedicated to strengthening policing through democratic governance. The website features a blog and custom sidebars for any page.

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Client

Struggling for Air

New York University School of Law

Designer

Cheryl Hark

New York NY

Features

This single-page-app website is intended to promote a book about the environmental effects outdated coal mines have on our planet. It features parallax scrolling background image layers, fully custom animations and a dynamic animated chart.

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Client

Upwardly Global Annual Report

San Francisco CA

Designer

Michael Bierman

St. Louis MO

Features

This annual report website provides a visual of the year’s accomplishments via javascript multiple graphs, animated charts, multiple sliders, single page application, parallax scrolling, content panel flip animations and much more.

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Client

Poverty Risk Calculator

Washington University in St. Louis

Designer

Michael Bierman

St. Louis MO

Features

This website is based on an award-winning book by leading social scientists Mark Robert Rank, Thomas A. Hirschl, and Kirk A. Foster. The site features a poverty calculator where the user can examine the effects that education, marital status, race, gender, and age have upon the risk of poverty. The calculator has been featured in the New York Times as well as many other publications. It is also used by schools and those studying the risk of poverty in America.

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