Logo and branding for independent wedding planner and designer. This look is simple, professional and sophisticated. Business card features a patterned spot varnish for added detail.
Logo and branding for a start-up company, dianne’s Delights. “dD"s specializes in pastries, treats, and dessert catering. Custom hand-drawn lettering.
A raw, genuine, and artistic custom logotype for Kris Orlowski, a Seattle-based musician.
Logo and business card design for a local web-based company.
Canyon Creek Church’s capital campaign, “The Amazing Race,” called for a dramatic logo which would be applied to a number of collateral pieces such as posters, banners, DVD/brochure, and also to the web. This identity was to illustrate an exciting journey.
An 8-page storybook mock-up for Holly & Coulston’s Fall Seattle wedding. Although the couple resides in the Emerald City, it is a destination wedding for most. A raindrop pattern covered the front and back pages for this Seattle-themed wedding and also carried a love storybook theme throughout. Custom map, hand-drawn calligraphy, and library card response card were some highlights of this suite.
A type focused invitation to correspond with the typographic decor of the event. A simple and clear typographic logo displaying the bride and grooms names act as a perfect mark for all wedding pieces and because clients desired a very celebratory invitation, confetti was included in each envelope as a finishing touch.
Created fun, vibrant, circus-inspired signage for Canyon Creek’s Kid’s church.
A 1930’s marquee-esque logo to set the stage for Kate & Joe’s Art Deco style wedding. A black & white tri-fold self-mailer is simple, yet chic. Katharine Hepburn postage stamp is released just in time for the send out; the perfect finishing touch.
Goudy Construction leave behind was created to provide potential clients with information on Goudy services and projects. A custom presentation portfolio was created as well as four loose leaf flyers highlighting the “Goudy Difference.”
To avoid the overused “letterheads stuffed into a presentation folder” approach, I created a brochure as part of a DVD digipak to house the campaign’s other visual media. Instead of overwhelming the viewer with too much information, it was important to invite them in with a concise, well designed package.
A rich, new web design for the top espresso caterer in the Seattle area. The client requested a sophisticated design that exuded the warmth and richness of their product and their service. This website was not designed responsively, but was set up for an easy transition in the future.
Canyon Creek Church reached out to me for a responsive refresh of their website. They requested that it have a fresh, modern look and feel that would attract a younger, tech-savvy crowd while still being intuitive for older audiences. The website also needed a foundation that could hold information for multiple campuses and display a large amount of information in a way that was easy to scan and navigate. The final deliverables included style tiles, ministry icons and a style sheet to aid in the development of the site.
Some of many REI holiday emails I designed. These email featured gifts by category and gender within two very different responsive layouts. In the responsive version no information was hidden, just rearranged to fit on a mobile screen. Layout was created with enough space for finger clicks.
Proposed email refresh and new program for Expedia. Part of an multi-channel campaign, this email intended to encourage the customer to plan another trip nearby.
The primary message focuses on a specific hotel and main call-to-action is to book a hotel room. Additional messaging includes “Things To Do in %City%” as well as flight information. A progressive profiling component, the “What Are You Planning for Your Next Vacation” survey, is included. It’s intend is to understand the user better and to send more relevant emails.
Website for Seattle-based dessert caterer featuring a delicious color palette and a background texture pretty enough to eat.