From Apparel to Identity
A curated set of marks and other design elements created for brands, businesses, and companies.
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As the first major Studio Over Yonder project, I joined Cason and his long-time client, Chamois Butt'r, in bringing some life into the visual system created for renowned cyclist and Chamois Butt'r athlete Ali Tetrick and her podcast, The Big Girl Chamois Show.
My contribution to the project was animating the podcast's logo, as well as providing supportive gifs to be used as stickers for Instagram stories.
Hungry Dog is a multi-media company based in Detroit, Michigan. The team works primarily in the fitness and wellness market, providing content for clients such at Lululemon. A new and bourgeoning company, the team reached out for a re-brand and complementary lines of merchandise.
The project consisted of developing the logo, typeset, and two initial lines of apparel and accessories.
College Station, Texas
Film & Concept, formerly The Polaroid Studio, is a creative studio located in Bryan/College Station, Texas. Working as a freelance editor and designer for the studio, they were in need of a re-brand to re-focus and accommodate for a rapidly growing client base and asked that I take on the project.
With their affinity for vintage film in mind, we developed the logo, typeset, and visual system to delineate their many subsidiary accounts under the over-arching Film & Concept Brand.
Film & Concept's work can be seen throughout the BCS area with businesses such as Aggieland Outfitters, TM5 Properties and The Barn BCS.
In my final Viz studio, Texas Central asked a student group to take on a project centered around research & prototyping web, mobile, and wayfinding systems for their Texas Central Bullet Train site, app, and station kiosk.
My contribution, primarily, was techincal research, persona development, user journey mapping, and prototyping the wayfinding platform.
The project was picked up by an independent Dallas technology magazine and highlighted the collaboration between student groups and companies.