The Re:Solutions conference is an annual Orlando event held by the local chapter of AIGA. My challenge here was to create a versatile visual system for the event, to be carried through print materials and online promotions. I took a modern, illustrative approach centered around a simple badge with two forms.
Every designer embarks upon the mission of developing a personal visual identity. Mine has evolved a few times since its inception some years back - it's become simpler and more versatile. Iconography is prominent, the colors are complementary, and the language is natural and relatable.
This is another personal exploration, since the work I do during the daytime is under wraps and can't be shared... I've only just begun this experiment, and I'll share updates to it here.
This is a collection of small icon sets from a variety of projects - just some fun bits and pieces.
This was the first sticker pack I launched in the iMessage App Store. Alongside the launch of iOS11, there was a sharp uptick in consumer interest surrounding iMessage apps. These were a fun way to capitalize on that interesest while learning some new skills. (Hello Xcode!) I wrote about the value of this experiment on Medium, here.
I made this consistently themed set of wedding materials, including invitations, RSVP cards, and more for my wedding back in 2015.
A brief but ongoing illustration series of the world’s most iconic monument landmarks. At some point I may turn these into stickers for the iMessage App Store or Facebook Messenger.
This project is a fictional experiment in UI design. I spend my days making real products for a global audience, but I can't always share that work, so I'll spend the occasional evening creating fictional UI for fun. Why not?
After a wide variety of projects, I discovered that I have a lot of small, one-off motion graphics pieces I've never shared before. This is a collection of some of those small animations.
I love illustrating pieces for larger projects, but this collection is of one-off illustrations not quite large enough for their own project feature. Some were for clients, and others just for fun!
Courtney Kirby is a singer, dancer, actor and choreographer here in sunny Orlando, FL. This simple word mark and accompanying animation will be used on her site, and additional branded materials are in the works.
The challenge here was to create a fun series of wallpapers to share with the design community, in particular for young designers.
The project carries a simple aesthetic, leaning heavily on type. Wallpapers are downloadable here, and I've shared the link with local young designers who may be interested in these or future PSAs.