Titles design for a short film
written and directed by India Donaldson.
Each click a potential reward!
Read more about the project at ItsNiceThat here.
A selection of covers I have designed / illustrated.
(Launch site, screen recording) An online magazine about the generation sandwiched between Boomers and Millennials, specifically their impact on style and culture. The design has a draw-on feature that happens behind the scenes on the parts of the page already visited.
(Launch site, screen recording) A package of stories about living our best lives as office workers. I wanted a page that plays with input and output: rewarding the user by popping out hidden nuggets when a button gets pushed. The design and display language takes cues from social experiments or lab tests from decades past.
(PDF) This floppy, self-covered, self-published magazine uses the pace of a children’s storybook to tell a scary story of power on this planet: from the way it exists in nature to the way humans use it, one big chunky spread at a time.
(Launch page) The midterms election was very stressful so on the NYtimes dot com we made a calm page where there is an emotional support good boy that you pet with a cursor.
(Launch site) If you have free articles this month left on nytimes dot com please use one of them on this link.
With subject matters such as securities fraud and quantitative easing, oftentimes imagery was scarse or shitty, and it was difficult to create a magazine with sustaining visual interest.
In those trying times I learned to unleash the power of typography to create a sense of suspense, surprise, confusion, shock, and many other types of emotions.
(Vimeo) I designed the live event that Businessweek held annually in San Francisco.
2016 was extra special because we had the designers of the magazine live-design the venue as “human singage” by mimicking the typographic animations on the event website.
I have designed many events throughout the years. See more of my event design here!
The visual language set up by this package was further translated onto various flyers and posters.
Print design! If you like this, there’s more! Very special print design compilation!