Infographic Design 

I love bringing information to life in compelling ways. The work pictured here was part of a 2013 annual report I created for the AT&T Learning Studio, translating pools of data into rich infographics to uncover hidden trends and help people navigate the Learning Studio's spaces and services more intelligently.

Download the full report for iPad

A Festival for the (Youngest) Ages

For several years, I've led design efforts for the annual Children's Art and Literacy Festival in Abilene, Texas, organized by the Abilene Cultural Affairs Council. Together we've built an audience of more than 4,500 annual attendees with custom billboards, booklets, banners, maps and products to help make the event a crown jewel of the Abilene community.
 

Pixels to Paint

My wife and I are both designers, and we were hired jointly to design and install a temporary 50-foot mural in a local church. We painted it in stages over the course of six weeks, giving viewers the impression of completion several times before it was actually finished.
 

Design in Motion

Motion design can help messages connect on a visceral level, and communicate the ethos of an organization better than a simple talking head. For this project, the client needed a snappy intro video for an online course, without the fuss of a film crew. I extended the look and feel of the video into printed content too, designing trade show displays and print collateral to match.

 
It is rare to find a graphic designer with an artist’s eye. Nathan has his foot squarely in both camps, bringing together information and image with fluid expertise.
— Judy Tedford Deaton, Chief Curator, The Grace Museum