CHECK OUT A SAMPLING OF OUR RECENT PROJECTS.
Below is a small cross section of work that we've done. While we'd love to post everything we've done, we can't quite fit it all. Please feel free to reach out to us if you'd like to see more -- we have thousands of files that include early concepts, conceptual work, and even more client projects.
Boozemenus Website Design Concept
This responsive website design concept was for Boozemenus, a startup that helps New Yorkers find great, new venues for events, cocktail hours, and mixers. The main goal of the redesign was to group large volumes of information into groups for improved readability, while calling attention to a robust set of search functions at the user's disposal.
Feinstein Institute Annual Report
The Feinstein Institute Annual Report 2013-2014 is a forty-page print publication designed for the research branch of the North Shore–LIJ Health System. The project timeline took place over two months from initial meetings to production.
Wayside Inn Donation Site
The Wayside Inn, American's oldest operating inn, commissioned the design and development of a donation site targeting their top patrons. The site summarizes the Inn's history and allows the user to donate to the Inn via secure credit card transaction. The site is designed in a responsive framework, resizing dynamically between desktop, tablet, and mobile browsers.
Each Peach Pear Branding
Each Peach Pear is a Brooklyn-based pie bakery that caters events and special occasions. Commissioned to draw an original font, the goal was to create a typeface that could be filled with different patterns allowing for a logo that could be changed seasonally or across any type of signage. The beveled typeface can be filled with stripes, polka dots, diamonds, and random shapes.
Design and concept for this cocktail index application is currently in development. Concept and art direction has all been developed in-house. Sign up for our email list for further updates!
Crain's New York Business Advertorials
This series of real estate advertorials were published in Crain's New York Business, one of New York City's leading weekly business publications. The intent was to update the previous dated design, while incorporating full and half-page ad space for the section's sponsors.
Kaplan Publishing Catalog Series
The Kaplan Publishing catalog series ran in excess of of 100 pages and were produced three times a year. Covers and interior layout were designed in conjunction, and the oversight of typesetting, indexing, proofreading, and production were included in each iteration. Catalogs were distributed to all the major book retailers throughout The US, Canada, and UK.
Change.edu Web Concept
The Change.edu interactive website design project involved conceptualizing and designing the user interface and story-queue system for the Kaplan CEO’s book launch website. The concept was to give the user the ability to drag and drop stories, represented by different image tiles, into a queue where they could then read about topics relevant to the Change.edu book's subject material.
StrategyHack Logo Design
The StrategyHack logo was the result of a fun, collaborative process. The design is rooted in handlettering in order to give the event a unique, custom identity. The project started with sketching letterforms, translating them to vector art, then fine tuning alongside the two founders of the company.
Metro Filing Services Inc. is a Philadelphia-based legal services company that was in need a of a new website to help them manage their online documents. Improved, organized access to documents was a top priority for the new design. This was accomplished by creating a dedicated destination for forms and was organized using collapsable menus that displayed only relevant information to the user.
Short Order Designer Notepads
Short Order Designer Notepads started out as a fun way to keep track of multiple design projects. After using the notepads only for personal use, I submitted it to an industry blog after encouragement from a fellow designer. Before I knew it, Short Order Designer Notepads went viral within the design community and were featured on Swiss-Miss, Highsnobiety, Fab.com, and were a Pick of the Week on Cool Hunting.
Soon after, I received lots of emails from people wanting to get their hands on them, and before I knew it, I was managing the manufacturing of my first retail product. Short Order Designer Notepads are currently available for purchase in our online store.
Kaplan Labs Brand
KaplanLabs was a project conceptualized as an initiative of Kaplan Publishing. This design and brand concept was selected from concepts by multiple designers by the company's Publisher and staff of directors. I worked directly with a development firm to get the website produced and also further developed the brand for use in cover designs, print and online ads, and social media promotions.