The identity development for these various projects allowed me to flex my creativity across a range of disciplines—from logo design to writing and photography, I enjoyed the nuts-to-bolts process of creating a brand with the first mark.
Concept, design. EEME.co needed a logo fast. An educational tech start-up creating electronics kits for kids 7 year old and up, I designed a logo that referred to the retro-geek-chic factor of the early video gaming days (think Atari and Pacman). The blockiness of the logo also references the shapes of the kits themselves.
LOOPMAG.COM LOGO AND SITE
Concept, design. I wanted to start a blog for my extracurricular crafting interests but couldn’t find a design I liked with the functionality I wanted. So I delved into the world of WordPress templates to customize my own.
TANGLEDLOOPS.COM LOGO AND SITE
Design. I created a website to showcase high-end knitting kits featuring my own knitting designs and tools/materials for new-to-crafting shoppers/gifters.
Using WordPress, I customized a template and incorporated various plugins to create an end-to-end ecommerce site.