My bar for mockups is set pretty high with this one. This is a faux application design for Cyber Dive. The phones are falling backwards through space (diving). This is consistent with the Diver Down negative line across the circle icon.
Proud to release the Bifocal Beats case study. This project really pushed my creative process past the logo and word mark design and into all other elements that make up a successful brand. I can’t wait to see where Bifocal takes this. Full project here.
Stickers are still cool, right?! I had a bit too much fun creating badges to pair with the Bifocal Beats brand. Here, we’re expanding upon 3D branding elements and retro futurism. We want Bifocal to seem like an evil genius of the 1950’s. He’s hiding in his lair harnessing [...]
Design and naming for Bifocal’s debut album “Here Lies Bifocal”. I love this as an opening album title because it includes the Bifocal name, almost like a self-titled piece. Also, “Here Lies” is a reverse thought suggesting that Bifocal is dead when this is really [...]
Sometimes a logo is not enough. Most brand require various marks and/ or word marks. Here’s a look at Bifocal’s alternate mark, BIF, which will be used in instances where the audience already recognizes the Bifocal Beats brand.
I’m proud to introduce the Tire Broker case study! Tire Broker was a collaboration between myself and Angelina Pecoraro of Mint & Porter Design. Tire Broker coordinates the movement of used tires forward and backward in the local Colorado Springs supply chain. Avoiding some of the [...]