For a specialist consultant, assisting not-for-profit organisations, cookie-cutter branding and web UX wasn't going to cut it. So we knew we were speaking the same (design) language.
This new neighbourhood hub is ambitious to build community. A light front-end belies some strong bones beneath.
A plucky indie african news service wanted an ID with the edge to represent it's journalistic acuity.
Inspiration comes easy when the brief is to promote sharp new musical talent. Even easer, when it’s in a good cause, such as this fundraiser for the Save the Children Fund.
A new wave of cohousing communities is emerging. I developed cohousing.org.nz to help profile and network these developing 'coho's.
For Inland’s design, I took my cue from some of the book covers of the 50’s and 60’s. (I have a hunch it was probably Janet Frame’s To the Island probably sent me there).
All facets of the project came in for widespread critical acclaim, encouraging audiences to pull their perceptions of the genre back out of the too hard basket.
Rather than build a standalone site, this top tier composer sought a simple portal to the various existing avenues for his music; and an ID that referenced and complemented his latest album.
A rare disciplinary purity was to be experienced here, by focussing purely on design – in particular, typography.
Kura Huna literally means Hidden Treasure – so, the design delivers a slow reveal.
Bicycles are a barometer for a city’s liveability A meeting place of urban design professionals and cycling advocates needed a name and a face. “