HCA Interactive

HCA CEO and President Richard Bracken commissioned a large touch interface screen to display in the executive wing of HCA. The final solution is an 82″ touch screen that reads feeds from every facility in the enterprise from Facebook to Twitter to news and Executive leadership profiles. Also the ER wait-times are displayed in real time allowing for accurate assessment of the company from a one point view.

  • UI/UX Designer
  • Developer coordinator
  • Touch interaction designer

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HCA IT&S All Hands Meeting 2011

HCA IT&S holds an annual All Hands Meeting for all employees live at the Belmont Arena and via webcast. We  hosted speaker Seth Godin to speak to HCA IT&S community about making a difference in their everyday wirk-life.

  • Creative director and vendor consultant for stage production, internal designers, sign vendor, and stage layout designer,
  • Co-produced the event for 1500+ field and corporate employees through presentations, collateral, webcast, and video

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It’s my PHILANTHROPY game!

For our 2010 Caring for the Community campaign they wanted to do a play off of MONOPOLY with the title PHILANTHROPY. Essentially they liked the Mr.MoneyBags character but, in my mind he stood too much for greed and not community involvement. Enter his children, who are more community aware, or something like that.

Each mark represents a playing piece of sort in time, talent, treasure, etc. These will be used in t-shirts, collateral, etc.

Caring for the Community 2010 Logo

The variations of Logo – Treatment VS. Core

There is a difference in a core logo and a treatment of a logo. Also the color usage (Ie: t-shirt spot color print versus CMYK full scolor screen printing).

I present a mark I did a few years back that I stumbled upon for a corporate giving campaign. It shows the difference nicely of logo pahses, treatments, and color depths.

Take notice how the plane changes per the need in the logo artwork to best signify action for the logo usage.

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