Email Marketing This restaurant needed some creativity and energy put into their existing email marketing; something more engaging and graphically interesting. We created a monthly email campaign focused on exclusive deals, each email highlighting holidays or certain seasonal events. After two years, the list continues to grow along with the engagement rate,
Rescue x 2 Logo A non-profit dog rescue needed a brand mark that embodied their efforts to rescue dogs and pair them with military veterans. Work on this logo focused on finding the right balance between a military feeling and the positivity of dog rescue. The dog in the photo is not
"Old School" Design A graphic designed for a martial arts club t-shirt. Several variations of this concept were made with different words in slightly different configurations for the back graphic. The front was the club logo. It's perfect for lonely contemplation or long walks on the beach. May or may not give
Business Logo This multi-faceted business needed a brand mark to embody its ideals and values, blending rigid military bearing with the iconography of lofty efforts in a style suited for academics. This project began with pencil sketches, from which the final idea (among others) was taken and developed digitally through several variations.
Business Rack Cards The idea here was to create and print a series of rack cards designed for the different target demographics, but appealing to consumer decision-makers. How's that for marketing gobbledygook? How about this: a martial arts club needed a printed ad for kids and adults both, but because parents are
Business Card Design For this client, simple is better. Just the facts, with a brand mark. They wanted thick stock with a solid feel in the hand, in a non-standard size. Printed by Moo. SKILLS NEEDED Graphic Design Adobe CS CATEGORIES Print
"Sendan no Ita" Design The project task was to create a branded shirt design for a martial arts club that blended imagery from several cultures. Sendan no ita is a piece of samurai armor worn on the shoulder, typically individualized. Using this concept, imagery from Hawaiian and Asian cultures were blended with