Making happy users.
iPixel commissioned a new UI design for the Gage Roads Diving website.
Pixofirm, a Perth based web company, needed a new user interface for their site relaunch.
Bamaci is a new men's accessories label which required a logo and website for it's launch.
Twotwenty, the coworking space I share in Leederville, needed a website.
Yeloroll refreshed it's logo when I was designing their new website.
Chuck and Carol Johnson needed a logo to accompany the launch of their new driving range and training program.
Eftos Estates commissioned a logo redesign at the same time as redefining their market focus.
I was called in to help transform an overly complicated product website into one that anyone could easily understand.
TheLoHiList was conceived as a simple-to-use job board, in contrast to many well-known competitors.
A physiotherapy practice and massage clinic opening in Sydney needed a logo that would be able to represent both therapeutic approaches.
Living in West London in 2003, under the Heathrow flight path, meant that I got to see airplanes flying over head all day every day. I recall counting one plane every two minutes.
I love the doodles we absent-mindedly make while doing other tasks. They are a "stream-of-consciousness" medium, often giving us surprising images.
The Western Australia chapter of AGDA held a screenprinting workshop early in May of 2009. Master printmaker James Bryans hosted the workshop in his studio, with about 8 members attending.
While researching a possible career in illustration, and being a keen surfer, I noticed that the genre of "surf art" had potential, but was also cluttered with some of the worst kitsch I'd yet seen.
TEARS (Tibetan Emergency Aid Refugee Society) raises awareness about the plight of Tibet and Tibetan refugees round the world. I was honoured to be given the task of designing their logo.