Posts Tagged “Graphic Design”
I’ve been a homebrewer for the last 3 years. In that time I’ve been trying to brew as many different styles of beer as I can. In the last year I’ve come down to 3 recipes of my own that I have been refining to be decent beers.
These are the names and labels I came up for them:
Zentopy is a cloud file sharing service with an emphasis on security, sharing and collaboration. These are app feature and marketing concepts.
Files Section (Photos)
File Screen – Showing Collaboration
Wireframing sharing a file on mobile
Wireframing a Dashboard UI
Project ACT is a workplace wellness initiative put out by the Santa Barbara Public Health Department and The Orfalea Foundation.
The idea is that people share their small workplace wellness ideas. Companies and organizations can go on the site and use the ideas to make there workplaces more healthy and productive.
I worked with them to create not only a main brand logo but a logo for each tip section. The logos will be used to brand anything from water bottles to pedometers. I also designed a website and built it on WordPress.
This is an ongoing project so check out the site and if you have any wellness ideas, please submit them.
CrowdedFilm is a collaborative Facebook game where the player can make mashup films and have them voted on by a film making community and even his/her Facebook friends.
Film Editing Screen (shown inside Facebook environment)
Film Screen (shown inside Facebook environment)
Trying to make film editing easy and fun isn’t a simple thing to do. The first attempts are what you see below. I came up with a metaphor which was to make each clip a “puzzle piece,” where the user can simply drag n’ drop clips and have them “click” together to form an interesting mash up film. One of the goals is to give the feeling of film-editing at the same time making it easy and especially fun to do.
I echoed the puzzle piece idea throughout the logo shape. Also, each color in the logo would be a transition between clips, such as: wipe, dissolve, and hard edit.
This is just initial design work, and I am sure it will evolve to a very interesting point before it gets released. I do feel a lot of branding design early in the process of User Experience is most helpful in capturing everyone who is involved imaginations.