Looking for a designer? Well, you can stop looking, you’ve found one. And not just any designer, I’ve been transforming pixels and vector art into interactive experiences for over seventeen years. My expertise lies in culling that one killer idea from my clients input and feedback to create compelling designs with a propensity towards usability.
Displayed is some of my latest work in application user interface design for desktop applications and web-based applications such as user account pages, control panels and dashboards.
My work on the web. Depending on what happens to be my latest work, you may see examples of landing pages, portals, brochureware sites, portfolios, single page sites, or even complete shopping carts from item page to checkout. Who knows what I’ll be designing tomorrow?
In addition to using traditional media such as pencil, pen and paper, I also use Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop to create the majority of my illustrations.
I am the designer without a face. Most of my clients only know me as the voice on the phone asking questions or the name at the end of written communications they receive throughout the design process. That’s how I have done things for over a decade, as a Kinetic Shadow, the one working sub rosa creating functional design.
My name is Brian Rhinehart, designer, illustrator and all around interactive enthusiast. I love taking on projects that not only challenge me as a designer but also key into my deep understanding of information architecture and user experience design. You can ask me to make it beautiful, just don’t ask me to sacrifice usability.