Actually, this is a two-dimensional imposter. The real Jake Troxell is skilled in graphic design, animation, copywriting, marketing strategy and analytics, HTML/CSS, and concurrently existing across three-dimensions whilst traveling through the fourth.
Here's a montage of his more exciting work:
Mr. Troxell has previously worked with incredible companies like Merck, SuperHeroStuff.com, The Hill School, Buddy Media, ReturnLogic, and Rodale with important-sounding roles like Art Director, Copywriter, Marketing Manager, and UX Designer.
The Royersford-based human being enjoys mountain biking, writing short stories, and making his children cry (from laughing).
If the man-thing pictured at the top of this page ever approaches you on the street, run away. Two-dimensional people are not to be trusted.
After a year of dedicated research, SuperHeroStuff.com was reimagined with a cleaner, more modern layout as well as an optimized user experience allowing shoppers to effortlessly shop by character or category.
Print projects? No problem! This 32-page winter catalog is exploding with InDesign CMYK awesomeness – and the whole thing was designed and photographed in just five very sleepless nights.
The Hill had fresh new branding but there was one problem, actually thousands of them. All signage, banners, documents, athletic gear, spiritwear, pens, rugs, and every other little thing needed a new logo...asap.
Your customers' inbox could get a whole lot more engaging.
Somewhere along Jake's timeline, he fell in love with animation timelines.
A collection of short stories that people won't like because there isn't nearly enough kissing.
Dreams of being a well-respected novelist finally came to fruition when Mingo the Flamingo learned to kickflip.
From ink and paper to vector and pixels to goofy and terrible ideas.
Need to tell the world who you are and what you do in just a simple image?