A project including naming, brand architecture and website for innovative farm management start-up OneFarm, a joint venture between Lincoln and Massey Universities aimed at building communities and networks around research and professional development opportunities.
Naming, visual identity system and print collateral for a dance festival in Wellington using a dynamic application of the word 'dance' and the letter D.
A branding project for Orchard Street, boutique accommodation in Wellington. We developed a fresh look to reflect the individuality of the accommodation. The branding was carried through to the website design.
Full redesign of the Massey University College of Creative Arts website, focusing on showcasing the work that goes on in, and comes out of CoCA.
A typographic visual identity for a start-up venture utilizing intelligent fabrics in their products.
Invite and certificate designs for the Massey RATAS (Research, Teaching and Support Awards). Open Lab produced invites and certificates, with motifs derived from abstracted rata flowers and leaves.
A suite of videos produced for Massey External Relations, highlighting areas of Massey's research and curriculum.
Communications system for the Stroma Soundbytes 2012 performance series. Posters reflect the composition of performers for each performance and build a bold and recognizable visual presence in the city.
A short video invitation to a showcase evening at Massey.
Branding and collateral for the Wellington Jazz Festival, including bespoke typeface, poster suite and other material.
Naming, brand architecture including logo, and print design for the Centre for Public Health Research.
A team of student designers at Semi Permanent 2012 devised an interactive studio and display based on the idea of things that were 'overheard'. Tweets and photographs from the auditorium were made into postcards and printed on-site in real-time. Audiences coming out of lectures were greeted by postcards showing content and images from the session they had just attended.
Now Future required a online and physical book to record their 2010 Dialogues with Tomorrow Speaker series. Both formats needed to show the key point made in the series of 'urgency'. The graphic language emphasizes this and guides the reader through the content. Find an E book version of Dialogues of Tomorrow at http://www.dialogues.org.nz/2010/
Naming, identity design, marketing material, and strategic positioning of new hair salon in Wellington.
A response to a design competition for the New Zealand pavillion at the Frankfurt Book Fair. Visitors can explore the stories embedded in the land, experience live performance and browse contemporary New Zealand books.
An event to reconnect a youth audience with Te Papa, whilst making the most of the Andy Warhol exhibition. More than 300 people enjoyed an evening of music, art and theatre that had been curated graphically, spatially, musically and theatrically.
Branding for a natural cosmetics range aiming to position this new product alongside existing market leaders.
Identity and bespoke 'call and response' design at Semi-Permanent Design Conference, staged as a small pop-up studio. Overheard took soundbytes, photographs and memorable moments from the conference and visually reinterpreted them as a series of postcards for delegates and a social media loop.
Styleguide, icon set and usability system for an award-winning hand-held ear tag reader.
Logo design for 2012 60th Anniversary celebrations of diplomatic relations between Japan and New Zealand.