My name is Everett Hubbard and I design connections.
Pyramid Interactive began as a site to showcase my work. Through examining my portfolio more closely, I noticed a common theme emerging. My favorite projects were the ones that helped its audience find some sort of connection - either to each other or with an idea. From games to websites to business tools, the theme was always the same. Every highlighted project throughout my career has centered around developing a connection.
The art side usually focused on instilling an emotion. The business projects were developed around connecting with team members or clients. While these two worlds are traditionally viewed as being separate, by drawing from my experience in both areas, the quality & impact of my work greatly benefited.
It is always amazing to find the themes that drive you. If you're lucky, it can develop into a framework to better your life. That's what Pyramid Interactive has become for me. The projects and insights shared on here are a continuation of my efforts to create connections with my audience. To improve on my impact and reach, I now offer Web Design, UX Design, and Business Support services to help others do the same. Are you interested in the next steps?
The Web truly does connect us all.
You are an artist looking to expand your portfolio into merchandising. Over the past few years, you have enjoyed your peers and work but the time feels right to make the next big career move. The small business you started has continued to be successful and the moment to offer your product line in new markets is here. Regardless of the motivation for wanting to leverage web design to improve your online presence, there is a single, constant truth...
Your business is growing.
Up until this point, success depended on juggling roles and responsibilities to handle issues as they came. Sure, it got hectic and deadlines were tight. There were late nights. Less than ideal lunches. And you didn't always get to spend time where you wanted it. But that's okay because in the end, you pulled it off. Through your hard work and persistence, you took an idea and made it into something real, something to be proud of. Now you are at a crossroads…
Success is determined by your users.
Take a moment to consider potential bottlenecks that your users may face. Without a doubt, any benefit that the product offers would begin to quickly lose impact. Furthermore, imagine what happens if the user doesn't understand your product? Certainly, any momentum or advantages you had gained would be lost. Undoubtedly worse, potential safety risks could be created.
This is where the UX Designer comes in. The UX Designer's focus is on...