Designer by day, designer by night.

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Who dis?

Hi, I’m Nicole.

Over the years I’ve had the honor of working with some amazing people on some amazing projects. My clients include Toyota Research Institute, American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Maserati, Carvana and The University of Texas at Arlington just to name a few. But it’s not all about name dropping, is it? Honestly, I just like making someone’s experience better through a considered design approach, so take a look around and hit me up if you have any questions.


I’m workin’ here!

The Work

Everyone’s creative process is unique, and mine’s no different. That’s an oxymoron, now isn’t it? Usually, my process goes a little something like this:
rumination, illumination, evaluation, and implementation. There’s usually a lot of hot tea and pastries involved in this process (as well as long nights), but I do it all for the love of the craft. What I do brings happiness to people - in more ways than just a smile - and that’s really what motivates me.

Here’s a few memorable projects I’ve had the pleasure of working on recently.


The university of texas arlington

Toyota Research Institute

American airlines credit union



so fresh and so clean, clean!

& Identity

I couldn’t be more honored to create the visual identity of some of the most interesting and innovative brands out there. Below are just some of the small businesses that I have worked with over the years.

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Tuesday Brunch

Tuesday brunch is an ovarian cancer awareness and support group that meets one a month for brunch and bubbly. They work to spread awareness of this silent killer and provide support to those affected by it.



Tart is a user experience and interactive design group that pushes the envelope on what design should be. A woman-led company, Tart is making waves in the South for their evocative work.


Beauty meets beard podcast

The Beauty Meets Beard podcast covers topics from art to engineering all with a quirky sense of humor. Leigh and Bryan are masters of conversation and will keep you entertained and educated all the way home.

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mad meg magazine

Based in Houston, Mad Meg magazine is a digital publication that reviews recent design trends, user experience discoveries and other nerdy topics.


she got skills

My Toolbox

Here’s the applications I use most often. I’m also pretty good at making pancakes and guacamole, but that didn’t seem appropriate for this section.

Styles come and go. Good design is a language, not a style.
— Massimo