I have been working to redesign the entire brand, including the identity, retail and professional packaging, as well as corporate and marketing collateral.
In a little under two weeks, given little time to familiarize myself with their branding and initiatives, I created a responsive, fully functional prototype for the default home and Patient Care screens.
I designed and developed this landing page for WordPress integration in record time and on a shoestring budget.
The client chose my design scheme for this responsive makeover, and I was also responsible for the UI and UX.
My first official foray into the world of UGC and Agile, I was brought on board between the Alpha and Beta phases of development to make design enhancements.
Formerly known as Spatality, GOCO is a luxury global hospitality consultancy based out of Thailand. I was initially enlisted for the website, but ended up creating the logo as well.
Inspired by Seiji's penchant for the jazz music of the 50s and 60s, I took cues from the graphic design of that era and used color theming to visually convey site navigation.
I came up with a series of designs that felt fresh and youthful while adhering to the new Heineken global brand standards.
I art-directed Campbell's Soup Company Help Grow Your Soup 2010 campaign to restore landmark barns across America.
I integrated brand elements and iconography with a new visual vocabulary to convey being taken by synesthesia.
I created these designs from video stills of the actual derbies and distressed them for that slightly misregistered silkscreen look.
I created compact disc packaging for my own personal use because I didn't feel the existing artwork reflected the music within.
Along with the brand identity which was driven by the look of the new website, I was also responsible for the design and development of the entire website.