This is a complete redesign of The Great Gatsby that I did for an academic project. I wanted this piece to have a sophisticated and classy feel so I chose to use silver card stock in the cover design. To keep the geometric layout of the icons on the cover I designed a separate slip cover to display the title and other appropriate information.
Friday, April 26, 2013
Thursday, January 3, 2013
As some of you know, I used to have the generic social sharing widget floating in the left hand column. I grew tired of the obnoxious looking share box after some of the widgets failed to load correctly and searched for a better one. I was disappointed to see no one had taken up the task of building a nice widget without all the clutter.
Friday, December 28, 2012
Since I started studying more about architecture and modern building materials, I choose to do a photo project on some of the most practical applications of modern construction. I choose to focus on architecture that was purely functional in a practical design application. I wanted to capture the advances that have been made in form meets function architecture and capture it in an abstract manner.
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Here is a collection of unique and minimally designed websites that I have curated from the web. The collection ranges from company websites to personal portfolios like the one above. This is a very minimal website designed by a UI Designer to promote himself. You can view his work and contact him here: midtonedesign.com
Saturday, September 1, 2012
Tuesday, July 31, 2012
The Design Agency Madethought has been designing the identity for Design Miami Basel several years now. Design Miami is an event solely for collective design attracting designers and artists from around the world. Above is the 2012 promo materials and event ticket designed by Madethought. All photography shot by: Frank Dinger
Monday, July 9, 2012
This is an exceptional piece for the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering rebrand. This piece was done in partnership with Landor in London as a piece of the rebrand strategy. Their new website (qeprize.org) is also designed in a similar fashion. I cannot find the software that was used to render this animation, I am assuming its something more powerful than After Effects considering the number of fragments there are.