Posts tagged with ‘design’

  • infographics

    Infographics are some of the most fun pieces to concept and create, and I’ve had the pleasure of working on quite a few infographics over the years. Beginning with an idea, and then figuring out how best to illustrate it, is both challenging but rewarding. Below are two examples of recent infographics I’ve had the pleasure to work on, the […]
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  • Happie Landing Page

    The folks over at GetHappie.com (a virtual job search & interview platform) were looking for a quick turnaround design on a landing page template that they could customize based on specific job as well as targeted city. They asked that I base the design off of their current homepage design, but push it even further in openness. The final design […]
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  • Pure Joy

    Each year, Straight Talk Wireless runs a promotion around the holidays. For the 2015 promotion, we wanted to highlight the joy that comes about as a result of giving a Straight Talk phone, through YouTube videos of individuals opening their phones. From screaming to dancing around, these real videos portray the true joy associated with giving and receiving a phone.
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  • Medicine + the Military

    The Military came to us with the task of creating a microsite to encourage medical professionals to join the Military, as numbers had been dwindling in recent history. Working in an agile workflow setting, together with an IA and Developer, we created this responsive website. By creating an expansive, clean and positive web experience, we provided viewers with comprehensive information […]
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  • JetBlue: You Above All

    Within a very tight turnaround, JetBlue tasked the Mullen team with the design and creation of two regionally-focused, animated landing pages for New York and South Florida. The scenes were each designed in the theme of the respective geographical location, and in the two-dimensional “swedeco” artwork that has come to represent the JetBlue brand so well. We then also integrated […]
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  • Today’s Military Campaign

    Today’s Military launched a new campaign around the concept of having a calling in life, which could be fulfilled in one of many ways in the Military. In this microsite, we illuminated three unique individuals who’s calling came to them very early. Their stories then came to life through an enriching responsive experience, with different types of content organized to tell […]
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  • north 08

    This brochure was designed for a young British team of explorers attempting to get funding to travel to the North Pole. Using a map-like grid, I focus on promoting the team’s courage and determination, a dream that potential sponsors would value. It was important to show a sponsor that they, and their company, could exist vicariously through the expedition, with […]
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  • Peace and Harmony

    Charged with the task of creating two posters, one involving “peace” and the other “harmony”, my process began by building a geographic structure out of the words themselves. Because war, ethnic differences, and religious strife plague the country of Nigeria, I avoid visuals that would focus on particularities within the country. Instead, my vision of peace and harmony begins in […]
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  • Verdant

    With Verdant, I designed a typeface in which I replaced elements of Garamond letterforms with an organic, flowing flourish. By referencing swash caps, popular in the Bibles of past centuries, the final twenty-six uppercase letters and ten numerals contain a distinct feeling of growth, coupled with a sense of timelessness. The proportions and serifs taken from Garamond, along with the […]
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