In 2010 my friends from Cobourg Development Services asked me to put together a simple website for their senior living apartment complex that they were re-branding from Kimberly Court Apartments to Prada Court Apartments. Prada Court Apartments, 2010 Starting with a basic template I customized all of the site’s elements and added the new logo -> Continue reading Prada Court Apartments
The MarkerMan Productions™ presentation created in Adobe Flash, distributed via CD-ROM was redesigned and rebuilt for iPad. Check it out in the App Store here. Feedback from Joe Victor We have been using Lance for all our design needs for the past 8 years and we would recommend his work to anyone. He’s efficient, has -> Continue reading MMP-3007i – Plan B iPad App 
Cristina wanted to direct the design and creation of her website and I was happy to help. Together we created 2 versions of her logo, website, business cards and a postcard. The second version of the site is under development still, and will be released in coming months. Website Cristina Lesser is a highly skilled Professional -> Continue reading Cristina Lesser, Makeup Artist
This is the Spanish update to the Plan B Brochure. The brochure was created for use in Latin America, the United States and Canada. Feedback from Joe Victor We have been using Lance for all our design needs for the past 8 years and we would recommend his work to anyone. He’s efficient, has great -> Continue reading MMP-3002-ES – Plan B Brochure 
This is an update to the Private Franchising Brochure started in 2003. The brochure was created for use in Canada and the United States. *A Spanish-language version was also created. Feedback from Joe Victor We have been using Lance for all our design needs for the past 8 years and we would recommend his work -> Continue reading MMP-3002 – Plan B Brochure 
This brochure (started in 2003) follows usage of the Plan B brochure where the business opportunity is explained to the prospect. This document guides the IBO as they follow up their initial meeting with the prospect. Feedback from Joe Victor We have been using Lance for all our design needs for the past 8 years and -> Continue reading MMP-3003 – Plan B Follow Through 
I client in China was interested in creating a social dining site after discovering a site called Grub With Us. Referencing the existing site made the design and page construction process a lot faster. I created all of the graphics (logo, icons, graphics etc) and coded all of the pages needed, and played with the -> Continue reading Eat Together
I was browsing through psdGraphics.com when I ran into a nice blue 3D product box. These types of things are fairly common nowadays, but I have never worked on one before. I downloaded the template psd and investigated how they built it. I though it was nice but if I wanted to edit that template to work for myself I would not really be able to do it because many of their layers were flattened. After trying to sort through it I decided it was best to just recreate it on my own.
When I was trying to create the file (in Photoshop) I was most worried about how to create the perspective. Each element on the cover of the box had to recede into the background evenly or it would not look right. I created the title and used Transform (Command + T) to create a quick perspective effect. Then I create the sub title and repeated the transform and immediately realized this is not an efficient way to achieve the perspective results. I would have to create the entire front of the box and then transform them all at the same time. While thinking about that process I wondered how I could do this in such a way that would enable to me to recycle this Photoshop file in the future… Smart Object Layers would be the solution.
The photoshop file is really very basic. There are 2 layers that do all the work, and then some shadows. The FRONT and SIDE layers are Smart Objects that were transformed to create the illusion of 3 dimensions. One of the really handy things about Smart Objects is that you can have multiple instances of them in the document, and when you edit it ALL instances are updated. So as you can see the SIDE Smart Object is highlighted twice in the layer screenshot above. The second instance is flipped upside down to create a perfect mirror reflection of the upright instance.
This is the laminated Whiteboard Mat that is applied on top of a standard whiteboard, used in conjunction with the Plan B brochure and/or iOS presentation of the Amway business plan. Feedback from Joe Victor We have been using Lance for all our design needs for the past 8 years and we would recommend his -> Continue reading MMP-3000 – Whiteboard Mat