Website design and responsive code for a Hong Kong financial startup. With the identity and UI redesign currently shelved, I've been reconfiguring the app-wide stylesheets (originally built with Bootstrap) for device responsiveness and future-proofing. Visit the site.
Website design and responsive code for dining and music venues on St Kilda Road, Melbourne. Designed to showcase photography of the historic grounds and art-deco buildings. Built on Wordpress. Visit the site.
Brand identity and collateral, website and web app UI design for a Real Estate CRM Software company. I began to transition into UI design while working within a team of Rails developers in an Agile workflow. Unfortunately, this identity and website has been superseded.
Brand identity and packaging design for a series of vinyl-only labels. Cumulatively near 30 releases, each label produces previously unreleased, or reissues of, lost Antipodean and Italian musical artifacts from bygone times. The label identities and their inherent suite of LPs pay tribute to the spirit of each recording's era, and have a growing reputation worldwide.
A homepage signup design concept for a sales automation SaaS. I designed the logo, the site's look and feel, came up with the photographic concept and wrote the copy, all in a day.
I'll have more information about my iOS design work shortly.
I briefly worked for Saatchi & Saatchi Design, London, where I created illustrations for Sagatiba's 2007 outdoor campaign. I also worked for George Patterson Bates, Brisbane, at the turn of the century. The Breaka logo I designed there turns fourteen years old this year.
A collection of posters for fashion, theatre and music events. Each were opportunities to play with type, shape and image to tell a story or create an atmosphere with reference to the intended audience.
Pushing typographic forms, playing with shape: these experiments are pure form, ready for custom application (some have been already) or perhaps not ready at all.
"…freedom rarely looks finished. The presence of rough edges is merely cause for further investigation." — Venkatesh Rao