Imagine…you just bought a TV at an electronics store but you can’t fit it into your car. You see a sign for the Triver app-one click and a buddy with a truck is on their way! What’s difficult about this? It’s in a competing market. Triver is slightly different, and their brand shows it. The target audience became the millennial generation, who have a fondness for all things superhero comics. After all, a buddy with a truck is a superhero that’s here to save the day!
The goal of the Quizzr app is to be an entertaining trivia app that will be intriguing to a wide range of audiences, so that families can play together. The graphics needed to be sophisticated enough so that adults will remain interested, the interface needs to be ultra simple, and the trivia needs to be interesting to grown ups but still remain family appropriate. The challenge is there are already many trivia apps available, and this one would needs to differentiate from the rest.
The Quizzer App is designed to be ultra-streamlined and fun:
How it all came to be; color and font exploration
A little doodling genius that got the wireframe thought out:
Beware, an extraordinarily big and bad angler fish may be lurking and you might not even see it coming. This magazine cover illustration is to demonstrate the big bad guy and unsuspecting little guy in tribute to current emotions connected to politics.
Coffee-a tradition in the Pacific Northwest. A mountainous land with bald eagles, lakes, fresh air and folklore. The challenge was how to demonstrate this with only trianges, elongated rectangles, a hexagon and a square. I chose a geometric look similiar traditional Pacific Northwest art.
The challenge to this project was EMI needed to differentiate itelf from the competition and the client had very specific preferences to the logo design. This is just a piece of a complete branding project: Competitive research, client profile, type and color studies, logo design including offsets, limitations and prohibited modifications, estimating and invoicing, design contract and terms.
This was an exercise in the Grisaille technique, done by first completing the painting in greyscale and then adding color glazes. I furthered the design by doing some Photoshop magic to create a theoretical album cover.
The goal of this project was to research and implement improvements to the usability and aestetics of the site. The front page featured background video of a bee in motion. An addtional responsive static image was added for when a video could not be displayed. Functioning Social media widgets were added, along with forms to request orders.