My name is Nate Bauer and I’m a designer. I currently work as creative director at Already Set Up where we develop in WordPress in Santa Rosa. I’m a huge believer in constant education and don’t believe you should ever stop learning. You can always find me taking the latest classes at our local community college and love attending monthly lectures produced by Web Interactive Media Professionals (WIMP) where we discuss all things web related.
Send me an email if you want to get to know me more and want to discuss something web related. I love talking about that stuff!
Monument Valley is a simple mobile puzzle game with amazing construction and beautiful scenery. The goal of the game is quite simple: manipulate the level allowing your character to reach the end. While in this context it makes it sound like a basic maze I assure you the architecture and design make the tale worth it.
Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery is an adventure side scrolling puzzle solver and feels quite unlike any other game I’ve played. While some puzzles remind me of something you may find in one of the original Zelda’s I’m reluctant to make the connection because the gameplay is so different. It’s beautiful, unique in story telling and humor, but most of all it’s actually quite relaxing.
I envisioned this card for a creative or artistic position. This business card has a white border around the outside which can be a little risky. Because the white border is even on all sides this means that the printer has to cut the cards perfectly. If it’s off center, even slightly, the borders make it extremely noticeable and ruin the card. If you’re working with a printer you’ve used before and are confident….
It’s not often I’m able to play a game and be absolutely stunned by the visuals. Child Of Light surpassed every expectation of aesthetics and managed to do it without sacrificing anything else to achieve it. While I’m not typically an RPG fan…
Business card template that I’m loosely referring to as “The Hipster.” I recall finding a “how to make a hipster logo” infographic a while back and probably followed each step identically. It’s just a placeholder logo, anyway.
This is my personal business card. It’s quite simple but really enjoy the amount of open space on the back. Gives you the ability to write on it which then gives the recipient a reason to keep it.
I ended up watching The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty one night and had fully intended on it being background noise while I worked on a project. At least, that was the goal. I soon realized that everything about that movie was so incredibly well done! The cinematography was great, the dialog was clever, and the story was adventurous. I was captivated and ended up getting little work done….
Here’s a business card I made a while back that I never ended up using. Feel free to use it for any purpose, commercial included!