graphics pack in the making

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Honestly, I haven’t had time to write this case study yet. But I will. Check back for background on how Ballantine Communications,inc created .embed-container { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; height: 0; overflow: hidden; max-width: 100%; } .embed-container iframe, .embed-container object, .embed-container embed { position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%; }

Adventure Pro Badass Rockclimbing

Adventure Pro Video Graphics Pack

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The team and I are working on a new Adventure Pro website. will launch mid March, 2016. The site is filled with stories and video about outdoor adventures in the Southwest. The content team is doing an excellent job of producing exciting how-to videos on all kinds of activities like Skiing, mountain biking, hiking, […]

Draft Profits Responsive Design

Draft Profits Logo and Website Design

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Draft Profits is a business that installs and maintains draught systems for restaurants and bars. They wanted an overhaul of their branding and a redesign of their website. The company not only installs and maintains these systems, they offer consulting services centered around getting the most profit from a keg of beer. This prompted the […]


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Sometimes you can work on a logo even before the name of the product is decided upon.  How do you decide upon a name? What URLs are available for your product? Does the name even have to make sense? Look at Google, Trivago, or Hulu. These names are not descriptive of their products, but we […]


Adsperity Logo: Revolution

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This is more exploration on the product name, “Adsperity”. What’s the hook? The product is meant to revolutionary. The logo should reflect that. The images of Che Guevara came to mind as I thought about how a good piece of software can create a revolution. I took reference photos of my own arm, in my garage, […]



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Here is another branding design for the product that eventually became “Adsperity”. When CEO Doug Bennett first brought the idea to the table the product was referred to as “Quattro”. The product is supposed to ‘close the loop’ between producing mobile creative, scheduling the ads, and gathering analytics. Throw in the letter Q, and you begin […]