An annual report for IKEA was developed based on the concept of their products' timelessness.
An exploration of creating surface pattern designs both by hand and digitally.
The identity of Figleaf Boutique was created based on the brand the small business has developed. A series of pieces such as a logotype, three print advertisements, an interactive website, gift cards, price tags, and wrapping were designed to assist in communicating this brand to their audience.
A series of different lettering projects, each of which explored various techniques.
Credits: "2016 Holiday Gift Guide" Art Direction by Melinda Smith Monk for Charleston magazine. “Made by Glyphix” designed in collaboration with Josh Kruszynski.
These are a few iterations of identity marks created for local businesses, each of which are designed based on their existing brand qualities.
The current brand of Reeves Cake Shop was explored at the start of this project in order to aid in the development of a stronger identity for the business. After a logotype and visual language were created, they were carried on throughout a multitude of pieces to reinforce the identity. Such elements include stationery, an apron, a storefront window, pastry packaging, and a cake tasting event invitation.
Makify is an iPad application designed for iOS. Its purpose is to bring together all of the internet platforms involving home do it yourself projects into one place, as well as introduce social media aspects to users. A key feature of Makify is that it allows users to view videos on demand for project tutorials.
A poster that breaks down and illustrates the process of vision, as well as various functions of the eye.
This project was developed based on my personal experience of baking a new dessert every day for five days. Recipe cards, flour, a kitchen towel, and a poster were incorporated and designed in order to translate this experience to an audience.
På Isen, meaning “On the Ice” in Swedish, is an iPhone application designed for iOS. The development of this app was based around the concept of bringing together a specific community, in this case, Swedish fans of the popular sport bandy. This app works only at bandy arenas and begins with users logging in to their current arena location. From this point, they are able to view the game live from a player’s helmet camera. Sharing, social media, and a rewards system is also incorporated to help enhance the experience of the audience.