As the first lead designer for Cards Against Humanity, a lot of my work touched many aspects of their identity as a brand, some in more bizarre ways than others.

One of my most extensive projects was CAH's previous holiday campaign, 10 Days (Or Whatever) of KwanzaaYou should read a full case study here. Additionally, I also helped design and build CAH's early e-commerce.

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 Cards Against Humanity receives numerous customer support emails daily —
 many of them hilarious, rude, offensive, or downright strange.

They try their best to respond, and thus the most interesting emails
were commemorated with an in-house zine.

This first edition of 500 was printed on 70lb. French paper stock via
a Risograph RZ1090.


Meanwhile, at PAX Prime 2014, Cards Against Humanity rented out a portion
of a local theater for their booth.

I was commissioned to do a 40 foot vinyl banner near
the entryway welcoming customers into the booth space.

In a sense, I figure everything is metaphor for something.




Also at PAX Prime 2014, Cards Against Humanity produced a comedy show in
Seattle featuring the likes of Maria Bamfordthe Nerdologues, and others. 

The end of the show involved a musical number from the audience, for whom
kazoos were deemed the instrument of choice.




Originally starting as a side project, I began designing free vector icons in conjunction with the Noun Project based on various cards in the game.

They have been successful enough to encourage a downloadable collection on
their site
, in addition to buttons and other items.



Occasionally CAH also hires interns for customer support.

We like to show them how things work around here.


 I designed and pair-coded a custom Tumblr theme for CAH's blog,
with both Retina and widescreen abilities in mind.

You can check it out here.


During every holiday season, many friends and collaborators of Cards Against Humanity are sent a small gift as a toast to the next year ahead.

We figured that all of our friends love coffee. I mean, what could go wrong?