I worked with Tyler Galpin at Radpad to create a map of the DC Metro highlighting average rental rates around popular stops along the various lines. The map needed to be illustrated enough to be fun and engaging, while also serving as an info graphic to get the data across clearly. Because the map was to be viewed primarily on screen, the individual landmarks needed to be simplified to a degree that they could work small on screen as well as hold up if the map was used larger and printed. Thanks to Tyler and the crew! You can see the map on their blog here.
Borne out of a mixture of personal experience, a fascination with our shared design language/experiences, and a healthy dose of wanting to try some new techniques. This is an ongoing series and I'll be adding as I go.
I created a set of fun little app icons for some pretty ridiculous fake apps for a new Esquire article on making a smarter home. ZAP!
I worked with a start up brewery here in Charlotte, from the naming, up through the securing of a physical location and full set of brand assets. Although the brand work was completed and approved, unfortunately the brewery itself is on hold for now, most likely not to happen. Despite that, I had a blast working with the client and wanted to share the work.
The brewery was conceived as a nano-brewery. The concept was to create a brew in the heart of Charlotte that would be served exclusively at the brewery itself. It was to be very destinational and inspired by, and tied to its Charlotte roots.