A number of very interesting projects have passed through my studio over the past few months, so look out for a spate of portfolio updates and announcements in the coming weeks.
The Fremantle icon required a website makeover, and I was fortunate enough to be able to help Busara develop the design
The new Twotwenty's site has gone live. It's the first step of many towards introducing ourselves to local business.
Myles and Alex have launched a new Rails course and I'm enrolled in the class!
First lesson was an overview of Ruby, and next week we get into Rails proper.
Loving motorcycles at least as much as I love design, I think this project is going to be a lot of fun. We're aiming to launch a new site a month or so from now.
We're gearing ourselves up for exciting times, and it's time have a website working for us.
The site was designed by Katie Mitchell and developed by Speak.
This has been fun. Without giving too much away, we've been using watercolours, Pythagoras and the square root of 2 to explore possibilities. Watch this space.
Friends of mine are in the process of launching a new physiotherapy and massage clinic in Sydney. I was flattered to be selected to design their logo.
I’m trying something different this time. Instead of launching with an exhaustive portfolio, I will cherry pick favourites from the past and document new projects as they happen.
The site will represent the work I’ve enjoyed most and point to the work I'm most interested in doing more of.
I have recently moved office to Leederville, and am now sharing space with an inspiring group of designers and developers (www.twotwenty.com.au). After 3 years of working from a home office, it’s an exciting change to find myself out in public again.
I recently designed a logo for TEARS (Tibetan Emergency Aid Refugee Society) with a website project to follow.
The logo will be discussed in a forthcoming article.