I created this logo in collaboration with Michael Gallegly for his new online photography magazine, Expedition Bureau. We worked together exploring several photography based themes before I finalized the one featured here which embodies the adventure aspect of Expedition Bureau. — Site
This is an uppercase typeface created as an exercise to make simple geometric glyphs within a 7 by 7 grid with a stroke width of 1/7th the glyph height. Each glyph is generic in appearance, attempting to lack any personality, hence the name Geoneric. Geometric + Generic = Geoneric. — Free Download
Subtle curves both horizontally and vertically across the face of the device give technical complexity while remaining simple in aesthetic. I envision an AMOLED display between two polycarbonate halves securely locking into an aluminum base housing necessary technological hardware. Using proximity charging and transferring files via wireless and Bluetooth options while employing near field communication for pay and proximity access keep the surface free of port clutter.
316ICT is a news aggregator for the city of Wichita, within its first 4 days, collecting over 450 articles from around the city & continuing to grow every hour. I plan on expanding this as new news sources are found within the city, both those of public & private organizations to help foster communication between businesses & residents within the community beyond information provided from local news sources. The news collected here will continue syndicating indefinitely via twitter using the hashtags #316ICT, #Wichita, & #Kansas. — Site
Four by One is an ultra thin typeface I built based on a 1pt stroke width when a capital letter is 4″ tall. The typeface becomes pixel thin when used on screen. Great for type on top of photos or graphics with minimal intrusion. Possibly a title face if used large enough. Not recommended for bodies of text.
Following the fun I had with Knork designing their silverware tray, I was again contacted to create packaging design, this time for their silverware line. Needing to discern between gloss, duo, & matte finish, the designs for their 18/10 nickel silverware are similar using a hand illustrated outline of the silverware contained therein. — Silverware
After designing the silverware tray for Knork, they asked me to finish my product by designing a wrap to highlight the item’s use and other information about Knork. Using a front to back strip, the item sets itself apart on shelves through its minimal design and vertical strip packaging. — Tray
Knork contacted me to create some mock-ups of a possible silverware tray using Photoshop. After questioning their motives, it was established that they could get me a 3D model of each of their pieces of silverware so I could create renderings for them to use during their proposal. Luckily, Knork and their perspective retailers were ecstatic. Now that a design had been established, I worked alongside Knork with RapidPSI to refine the design before production. You can now purchase this item online or in house good stores. — Tray
A company that has gone through many transitions as technologies have quickly changed, RapidPSI continues to redefine manufacturing. Their old website was dated by size and an old color scheme leftover from the original company founded in the early 1990s. Deciding to expand, embracing their desire for the most modern manufacturing techniques, a tagline of “Redefine Manufacturing™” was coined and their signature red cog was simplified and turned blue. The blue a retention from the original red and blue logo, though it was given a lighter, more corporate hue. — Site
BottleDrain™ is a house goods product that is used to easily transfer liquids from larger containers to smaller ones, and is also capable of doing the opposite. With a 2 piece design it covers small to large openings. I rendered these color variations and designed the card art depicting the fluid transferring a blue liquid through the item from one container to another to relate the use of the product to the customer.
Turtle Tower is a San Francisco based pho restaurant that needed a new site to reflect their new locations and highlight their diverse menu. Using a few new photos and the information from the old site, I simplified the information & navigation after reviewing the Google Analytics to give site visitors the information they were navigating for in fewer clicks. The logo was updated as well using a more realistic illustration of the Turtle tower in Hanoi as reference. — Site
Meow™ is a multi-piece cat treat and catnip storage system toy for cats. Modeled to include space for kibble or other accessories, this small tubular design can be used together or taken apart as two toys. Each side is capable of holding treats, food, or a catnip disc designed specifically for the screw lid container area located at the bottom of each half, bringing the weight of the object to the center when assembled.