A collaborative project between Nytec—a product innovation center based in Kirkland, Washington—and Cornish College of the Arts to design technology for the self-driving car with the modern mother in mind. The goal of the Faire solution is to streamline the multiple tasks and aspects of a mother's life to give her quality time with self and family.
Gallery begins with final rendered product and service with initial explorations at the end.
User interface, branding, product design
Xiao Chi Jie is a fast-casual restaurant bringing the unique flavors of Shanghai street food to Bellevue, Washington. This identity holds on to traditional Chinese culture with fun, urban cool and truly captures the taste of XCJ.
Build Health International designs, builds, and equips high quality, sustainable healthcare facilities in impoverished regions of the world.
The simple geometric feel of the branding system reflects BHI's usage of cement blocks as their main building material and the efficient engineering work culture of the organization.
Krylon + Pow! Wow! Hawai'i is a limited edition spray paint line intended to inspire and support arts education in Hawai'i. The packaging is made using only the color of the paint so that each can and its contents are instantly recognizable. The modern treatment of the iconic images of local Hawai'ian life elevates the brand and culture while evoking nostalgia. Student project at Cornish College of the Arts with Robynne Raye of Modern Dog.
Featured on The Dieline.
Packaging, branding, layout
A set of illustrations created for Microsoft's Universal Header and Footer Portal. Challenges included communicating the topics while working around Microsoft design illustration standards, which includes no line usage. Although line is used, these illustrations are on brand—yet interesting—and communicate simply and effectively.
Designs for the 2016 Sasquatch Poster Show. Initially assigned Vince Staples and then reassigned Dave B.
The Vince Staples design is inspired by his young, raw attitude and electronic influence.
On the rise from his hometown Seattle, rapper Dave B has lighter, jazzier tones in his music. This design includes paraphernalia found on Rainier Ave in the Central District of Seattle—a cultural center.
Both are hand screenprinted.
A campaign solution in response to the challenge by Phillipe Boucher—author of The Other Microsoft and union advocate for Temporary Workers of America—to overthrow the dominant ideology of the American workplace and work ethics.
Published in the Seattle Times online and in print. May 2015.
Print, digital, web, collage
A solution to a layout exercise with the challenge of showcasing artist work alongside written content. Student work. All content provided by Robynne Raye of Modern Dog.