Thursday, 10 December 2009

This was an identity I created for a company called Zest, which consists of a restaurant and harbour side Cafe/bar. We were asked to create an identity that could be applied to both so I had to create a logo which could be versatile.
I have applied both logos to a set of business cards, letterheads and compliments slips. I also created a menu for Zest restaurant and mailers which included recipes from both.

These are my final designs for Zest restaurant and Harbourside

Sunday, 11 October 2009

Well thats me back at university for the final year! scary! Thought I would have a quick update to where I am at the moment. First brief  has just finished, well kind of! final hand in isn't until November. We basically had to create our own typeface. This involved a lot of experimenting with lots n lots of materials, we were only allowed to use white which got a bit boring! think I must of bought half of the material shop! but anyway here are some of my experiments.

This was the front of my mailer which I am changing to a poster :)

Monday, 11 May 2009

Annual Report

For this brief were were given a selection of companies to choose from to design a ten page annual report for. I chose to design mine for Google, I've decided to use typography as a key element within the report as I thought it would be a relevant way to put across the amount of information that is dealt with in such a short space of time in one single search. Here are the final designs.

Wednesday, 4 March 2009

Packaging Design

Ok so this project we were asked to create packaging for Homebase's Grow your own range. We were to come up with a solution to encourage people to grow their own fruit and vegetables. I thought I would enjoy this project as I liked packaging at college but reading up on the many ways of growing your own fruit and veg just confused the hell out of me! Which caused many problems along the way.

Anyway here are two of my final designs. My main target was parents/families. I felt an illustrative approach was best suited to this audience.This one is a label that would be wrapped around a plant pot of a young pear tree.

This is my packaging for growing your own strawberries