This was Maryland’s online portal from 2009-2013. It was also the prototype for executive agency web development during the same period. Maryland.gov was a sharepoint deployment. See also 2009 Agency Template >
Office of the Maryland Governor
Frank was the Creative Director from 2007-2015. The following projects and examples were developed during this period.
The Washington Post By Rosalind S. Helderman January 30, 2009 In the Maryland State House, the nation’s oldest continuously operating legislative building, there are a lot of rooms whose use has changed over time. One ornate space just inside the door that is now devoted to a museum was once the Senate chamber, where George […]
Between Ravens Stadium and Camden Yards, there is this: enjoyed by tailgaters year-round.
Eight years ago, MarylandTransition.com was online and counting down. The site featured news and updates from the Governor-elect’s team.
The Maryland Wine Festival poster design was my answer to a call for entries. Taking inspiration from Albrecht Durer, the main vignette was an illustrative Photoshop of a wine bottle replacing the head of John the Baptist in his 1510 etching. The circular images were closeups of angels with goblets from another of Durer’s works.