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.


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

You can check it out here.


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

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

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


 Occasionally we also hire interns for customer support.

We like to show them how things work around here.


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.


At PAX Prime 2014, Cards Against Humanity rented out a portion
of a theater for our booth.

I was commissioned to do a 40 foot vinyl banner (featuring our logo) near
the entryway welcoming customers into our booth space.

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


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.


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?