Here’s a screenshot of some logo options I’m working on for a client. She ‘re-imagines’ vintage jewellery pieces, giving them a new lease on life, but with all the nostalgia preserved.
This logo is designed with her Instagram profile in mind, meaning it has to work well in a tiny thumbnail. Quite a challenge for a vintage look, which was all about details and finesse! I designed a logo with an accompanying brandmark that can be used on Instagram.
I designed a responsive website for progressive Australian underwear technology brand, Modibodi. These guys know comfort, for sure, but needed some help modernising their website and making it more cohesive overall.
The process started with an in-depth chat with the client about their objectives for the new site. I then conducted some research into their competitors, as well as gathered some examples of websites I think do the job well.
Below is the design that was presented to the client.
Audiology Australia hold a national conference for medical and industry professionals. They needed a number of conference marketing materials, including a poster and a conference logo. Below is one of the concepts I presented.
Raw Kaya founders, Ebony and Trent, are passionate about adventure, believe in doing no harm and create natural and organic skincare.
Their skincare products are housed in sustainable bamboo packaging, and they were after a new label design to better reflect their clean and sustainable brand mantra.
I provided a few design options, which included some variations to their logo (their brief encouraged this).
G4S are making a positive first impression with clients and suppliers alike, since erecting this shiny and impressive entrance sign at Victoria’s largest prison in Truganina. The design is based on easy-to-follow airport signage, while keeping in line with the G4S brand.
I generally tend to use vivid colours in branding. That’s because most brands , especially start-ups and small businesses, tend to want to stand out. However, there’s something to be said about subtlety.
The following are logos I have designed that don’t scream and shout. They use form and symbolism to state their case.
I was commissioned to design this logo for a workplace safety consultant. The logo would be primarily used on her website and email signature, but also on business cards, uniform and car livery.
The client requested a modern, somewhat luxurious, professional look. She opted for this concept because it’s bold and unmissable. The yellow speaks ‘safety’ without the use of safety iconography.
Here are some of the other design options I presented to the client:
I designed a 10-page pitch presentation that was used to win investors for a gifting app. Here are a couple of pages from the presentation, showing that finance can be fun.
I just stumbled on some work I did for design studio Savi..back in 2009.
This was a re-design of their website. I provided 3 design concepts of the home page.
Web design has come a long way in 7 years… back in 2009 designers didn’t have to think about responsive design, or worry too much about how the website would present on a mobile or tablet.
For every logo that saw the light of day, many others didn’t make the cut. However, I think some are well worth taking a look at.