Winner of a GDUSA American Graphic Design Award 2017
The BFI is hosting a film festival featuring films all about travel. They require a folded brochure displaying information about the films, dates and locations.
The concept is inspired by the way that travellers used to navigate - by constellations. The design has a gap on the front cover through which the holder gets a peak at the poster that features on the back.
Baella is a new event and exhibition space in Barcelona. It’s a fun venue with bars and restaurants, as well as conference rooms and exhibition halls.
The concept for Baella’s brand identity is inspired by the coming together and breaking away that happens at both conference and parties.
the baby guru
The Baby Guru is a trained baby sleep therapist who has a wealth of experience supporting distraught parents, including many celebrity clients. She is launching an app and needs a website that helps to advertise this as well as continuing to promote her usual services.
There were two challenges with this brief. One was to combine current branding with colours used by the app developers which is more muted and pastel. The second was that the website needs to prioritise both app downloads and sleep service packages.
Gen2 is a new product launch at Call Systems Technology (CST) targeted at the hotel sector. It required a brand identity, website, brochure and advertising style. Echoing the CST branding of red and mid-grey - i have chosen a deeper grey for the Gen2 sub brand. The website and brochure have a premium look to represent the sophisticated software.
I created a diagram that shows how Gen2 can connect to various alarms and radios around a hotel. I created a map of a hotel in a blue-print style. On the website when users hover over a connection, a jet of light shoots along the links and more detail on that connection displays.
New users can interact with the website to discover different features of the dashboard (by hovering over the section).
The Savoury Spot is a cookery blog with increasing popularity, it features recipes from top chefs around the world.
It needs a logo and an online identity that fits with its audience of high income professionals.
The brief was to design this year’s annual report for the borough of Hackney, London. The council wanted an editorial style, that wouldn’t overload the reader with too much information in one go, whilst treating images in a unique and engaging way.
Pedally is a bike sharing system in Bath, UK. It is aimed at families and boasts a range of kids’ bikes and kids’ seats. They require a logo, website and app.
The colours and icons reflect the family values of the brand, while the design of the app and website are simple to use, allowing the user to maximise on family fun time.