Mac Tonic is an apple repair/retail shop in Eugene. They approached me with a tight deadline: redesign their site and launch before students return to campus in 3 weeks. They wanted a site that would show off their quirky/fun side, while remaining a reliable source for all things apple. It also had to display perfectly on mobile devices. The end product was very successful!
My friend Gretchen started an online pet store and asked me to design the logo. The concept was a trendy “posh” boutique with a focus on eco-friendly, cruelty free, organic and all natural products. In the scope of a million dog stores, it was difficult to define a unique look. However, I think I achieved an elegant simplicity that is able to stand out above the rest.
Rock the Yellow
Following the success of the Emily and San Campaign, presidential hopefuls Kari and Jesse asked me to design their campaign as well. They came to me with their slogan and color, leaving the rest up to me.
I offered them photography, a logo, t-shirt design, and campaign posters. I also developed a custom Drupal-based website with which they could disclose their platform, post updates to a blog and accept paypal donations.
Emily and San
My friend Emily l asked me to design her campaign to run for the University of Oregon student president. I accepted, not knowing it would mean late night revisions to fliers and last minute t-shirt design changes! All-in-all, it was a good experience for a young designer in college, especially considering it was my first design job with compensation. I am also proud to say they won!
My services included photography, buttons, logos, t-shirts, posters and fliers. Here you can see two logos in poster and button form. We liked both so we ended up using both in differing formats.