Rotowire, February 2013

Design consulting, site redesign, app redesign, and front-end development for rotowire.com.

Shortly after the redesign, their iPhone App rose the App Store charts to #1 for paid sports apps: Fantasy Football Draft Kit 2013.

Redesign Images

Trimble, June 2012

Construction Layout ROI estimator application designed for the iPad and tablets. Creative direction, Web Design, 3rd Party Integration, and Front-End Web Development.

iPad Application Images

InvestorPlace, April 2011

Web feature visualizing stock movement of 50 companies representing the 50 states. Top 5 and winners and losers of market activity highlighted with accompanying news. Creative direction, Web Design, and Development Strategy. Real America Index

Website Images

Roto Sports, Inc, February 2011

Website for industry-leading, fantasy sports information. Creative direction, Web Design, and Web Development. RotoSportsInc.com

Website Images

Suntrac Solar, April 2010

Early-stage startup branding, marketing support and website. Creative direction, Web Design, 3rd Party Integration, and Web Development. SuntracSolar.com

Website and Estimate Report Images

Portfolio, 2007-1994

Additional work (teaser: some work is mechanical engineering!) completed before Simple & Stout can be seen on my personal site: kenthollrah.com/work

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ML Total Trader, 2006

Highly customizable web application featuring ML research and coverage lists. Firm-first included Google Suggest-like company look-up, RSS readers, and a dynamic screener-driven heatmap. Other notables included support for multiple languages and skins for private white-labeling.

Final Screens, Video Capture, & Skin

CNBC Streaming Charts, 2005

Streaming delayed and real-time charts in Java for CNBC online. Cornerstone for the CNBC redesign post MSNBC/CNBC break-up, and the first time Wall Street On Demand produced streaming charts.

Concept, Final Screen and Video Captures

Banc of America Sectors, 2003

Innovative Fibonacci heatmap visualization showing market activity for the S&P 500. Originally designed for use on the Quick&Reilly website, it became a selling point as they were acquired by Banc of America Securities.

Final Screen Captures and Interactive Demo