I recently read an article by David Wehmeyer called “One Year of Design” which really resonated with me. The idea is you spend at least 30 minutes every day creating something to reach your goal. I gave this process the name “30 Minutes to Mars”. This is now the same approach I use on to create many of my other side-projects.
A small handful of some of the websites projects done over the years. Like most designers I taught myself about design and code by creating websites.
Mero wanted a professional PowerPoint template to quickly convey what they do and the methodology and thought process behind their company. A heavy emphasis was placed on simplifying complex information and making a friendly and approachable pitch.
CDP wanted to refresh the current look and feel of the CDP Executive Lunch series invitations. We moved away from an email/document based e-invite to an engaging online campaign.
This was a lot of fun to make, highly recommend it. Inspired by Herbert Bayer’s 1925 experimental universal typeface.
StrategyBlocks wanted a PowerPoint presentation template to showcase the features of their business strategy software. The look and feel had to be consistent with the current branding and designed in a flexible way the content could easily be adapted for different audiences.
Design an e-brochure/print-ready brochure as a company overview for Sentio. This layout was also modified to create a professional PowerPoint template for client presentations.
A small collection of some of the websites I have designed for myself and friends over the years.
I created this logo (version 1) and business cards to help promote my freelance Web design & Front End development business.
Create a wedding invitation with visual connections to the two nationalities of the people getting married, New Zealand and Wales.