This is the 2006 Annual Report that I designed for MORPC. I came up with the initial concept, laid out the pages, retouched and edited the photos, built the graphs and charts, and organized the articles.by
In 2005, MORPC decided the make some changes to their Horizons Newsletter. I was part of the team that came up with the idea of moving to a magazine format, so that longer stories could be told.
I came up with the initial layout, designed the masthead, laid out the articles, and managed the text.by
MORPC‘s RideSolutions department asked me to design this logo, for the rideshareohio.org website. The site is a central location for central Ohio, Dayton-area and Cincinnati/Kentucky commuters who want to share their ride, either by carpooling or vanpooling, to find information, get ride matches, and setup carpools or vanpools.by
RebelMinis asked me to design a logo, trade dress/cover design, and interior layout for their upcoming game Six-Guns Assassins. I was provided quite a few interior graphics, and the cover illustration, but I did all of the layout for both the interior and cover of the book.
I also designed a squad sheet for the game.by
[kml_flashembed movie=”http://www.edwedig.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/12/burningwheeldiceroller.swf ” height=”447″ width=”250″ fversion=”9″ useexpressinstall=”true” /]This is a dice roller I built, in Flash, for the Burning Wheel game I was running in 2006. It was nice to have a dice roller on my laptop so that I could make secret rolls for or against the PCs without the players knowing.
The dice roller is pretty simple. You enter in the number of dice to be rolled at the top, and then select the type of dice (Black, Grey or White) from the pull down. Clicking the Roll button at the button “rolls” the dice. Successful rolls are shown in brackets, like this: , and failures are shown like this:. The dice roller also totals the number of successful and failure dice at the bottom.
The zip file includes both the standalone .exe file, and the .swf file (for embedding in blogs, webpages, and wikis).by