Ty Stelmach | Designer & Developer
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Hi, I'm Ty.

Hey there! I'm Ty Stelmach, a 21 year old hybrid designer / developer living in Pittsburgh, PA. I have been designing for the past 5 years and have received an Associates in Science Degree with a concentration in Graphic Design. I am the Creative Design Specialist at DonorPro, where I am constantly designing some new things that help get the company noticed, drive sales, and gain leads.

I fell in love with web design during my time at college, got bit by the code bug and haven't stopped since. I have an unfillable thirst for knowledge and try to learn as much as I can.

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Get It Done!

"Get it Done!" was a small project I worked on while teaching myself Angular.JS. It's a small, but fast To-Do list that offers the creation of new tasks, deleting of tasks, reordering/click to drag, and a clear all completed tasks button.

"Get it Done!" features a high contrast material design color scheme that uses a bright blue to play off it's darker elements. Very simple flat design elements really pull the user interface together.

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518 Athlete

518Athlete is a training facility that specializes in training young athletes. Located in Saratoga Springs, 518Athlete has been a long standing business in New York.

518Athlete, at the time, did not currently have a site and came to me for a brand refresh, that included logos and a website. Using a high contrast with a bright orange against black, grays, and whites, really gives this piece that edgy, 'extreme' feeling you need to convey the energy of this facility.

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Plain and simple, I love to draw and create new and interesting things. This is a collection of all of my digital illustrations I have been doing.

My favorite style to draw is a cross between neo-traditional and american-traditional flash art, using black and whites to create eye catching high contrast designs. Would love to see some of these eventually make it onto t-shirts.

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