Stats Caddie is an app design specifically for high school golf coaches and players.
Users keep track of their averages, handicaps and other vitals with just a few taps of the screen. They can drill down into hole-by-hole performance and see how the team stacks up against the competition. Coaches no longer have to keep up with cumbersome spreadsheets and players have direct access to their own statistical information.
The client was looking for customer-friendly brand to become the face of their convenient store and cardlock locations. The identity is a representation of the family dog Roxie, a chocolate lab.
A new signature, monogram, plus graphic patterns and lively type treatments were all part of the system.
Huntington designed a suite of security products to help protect businesses from fraudulent activity. The suite consisted of four products; ACH Positive Pay, Check Positive Pay, Reverse Positive Pay and Check Block, all of which needed to be visually represented in a video produced for potential clients.
The pictogram set developed was an extension of their existing library and inspired the illustration style used to produce the storyboard and video.
With a newly renovated facility and home for athletics, Ohio Wesleyan University was looking for an updated way to represent their proud history and program heritage.
A new identity and pictogram set, along with a refresh to their current mark, were created as part of a mobile-friendly digital archive. A wall installation within the facility serves up two touchscreen systems and is an integral stop for visiting recruits.
An identity system designed for an interactive developer. The mark and visual language were inspired by the connecting objects in a process flow diagram.
A refresh to their identity was needed in order to deliver a current prototype store location.
Poster design for the 2014 Speakmon Regatta in Columbus, OH.
Landon, a private school for boys, initially wanted a modernization of their school crest. While working on a new version, it was evident they could use a modular crest that would support multiple platforms.
The crest process led to the development of additional elements for their identity.
Branding for the annual Ohio State Department of Design Spring Show for graduating seniors.
The goal was to develop a coherent look that equally showcased the three majors of the department; Visual Communication, Interior Space & Product Design. The final deliverables were the poster, e-blast & postcard.
Formerly MailExpress Inc., this brand was renamed Streamlite because of their speedy delivery of lightweight parcels and focus on overcoming any type of barrier.
The approved visual language took cues from the environment in which they performed. Drawing on the bold yet straight-forward setting and practical approach to the process.
With an outdated HoF display system, a need to have an updatable configuration and a new space for displays, Denison was wide open to suggestions for how to take their Athletics Heritage to the next level.
The next level came in two forms; a physical and a digital presence. Banner systems and supergraphics outfitted the space while strategically placed vertical touchscreens delivered the wealth of current and historical content.
An interactive timeline developed to highlight the major milestones in nuclear medicine for Cardinal Health through the year 2010.
For context, the upper half of the timeline focused on general nuclear medicine history while the bottom half added interesting world events and facts.
The first of its kind, SafeCash Manager is a web-based app built as a sales tool for the iPad. Broken into five main sections and with a number of additional tools (pricing calculators, demo videos, etc.), this app is intended to give a sales person a much more customized and fluid pitch to a potential customer.
The entire look from background visuals to each set of pictograms was developed specifically for this experience.
Identity for a snack box subscription service that focused on local town flavor and culture.
A concept of “Success” was the obvious direction to take when presented with the challenge of populating a grand lobby, 100+ yard hallway and team spaces in the new home for Ohio State Football.
While the lobby was used for the significant trophy display(s), the interior spaces were home to points of pride such as Buckeyes in the NFL, Academic Success, Great Coaches and Big Ten Football among others.
role: Design Lead
team: Curt Davis, Niels Braam, Ryan Kindinger, Tom Webster
A type treatment and monogram mark created for a vintage brand that believes in an 80s punk DIY attitude.
While the full type treatment lent itself nicely to the front of a tee-shirt, there was still a need for a ball cap design to promote their embroidery skills. This is where the concept of the ampersand came to life using two letter U’s to compose the form.
Conceptual design work for a security change agent company. Active linear elements weaving in and out of a static plane inspired the visual language for the campaign.
An infographic explaining "The Burroughs Difference" to potential customers. All six stages of the process are represented by a different isometric illustration.
A brand developed for a financial technology platform that addressed the unique needs of the high net worth market.
Research showed the majority of the existing audience often referred to the company as “the guys at rockit,” which was derived from the name of their software, RockIT. A name change and new visual identity was recommended to represent the company’s cutting edge technology and innovative focus.
The Department of Recreational Sports at OSU had many stories to share about what they offer to the campus community. They also had a large open wall space within their new RPAC facility begging for an installation.
A concept built on the double meanings of select action verbs led to a display that worked on both macro and micro levels. A large mural that draws a visitor in to interact with more intimate stories and interesting facts.
These illustrations were produced to take what is a fairly technical and complex process and make it more consumable to an audience of trade show visitors. Basically, how do multiple signals get from here to there, and through what devices.