David Payette is a former Apple employee who now writes a blog aimed at helping people solve technology problems, which he asked me to help create a visual identity for. I created a monogram out of the site’s initials along with a matching set of icons for the different topics his site covers.
Good Electric is a commercial service and repair company based in Decatur. The owner wanted an old-fashioned lettering design for a 1930 AA Ford truck he had painstakingly restored. I looked at pictures of old electric meters and thought to have indicator lines arching over the top, connecting the logo to the idea of electric […]
UpPhone is a website created by technology writer, David Payette. Originally focused on providing helpful articles for smartphone owners, they were looking to expand the scope of their services into making technology seem friendlier and more accessible to users of all ages and experience. The direction we decided to pursue with was a subtle face […]
In 2018, The Center for Puppetry Arts opened an immersive exhibit for The Dark Crystal, detailing the creation of the film and its lasting influence. My role was to design placards, signage and large-scale wall graphics incorporating hundreds of original Brian Froud sketches, photographs and other behind-the-scenes artwork.
The Center for Puppetry Arts is the United States’ largest organization dedicated to the art form of puppetry. Following their 2015 expansion, I was in charge of revamping the entire visual identity for the Center and creating a brand standard that unified the look of all their communication, both internal and external. The guidelines developed […]