Marcus Williams, who is the Director of Research & Enterprise at Unitec offered me the opportunity to design the Cybersecurity issue of Advance magazine. The challenge was to produce an engaging design and layout while working within the confines of a pre-existing template and a content topic (Cybersecurity) that has a particular visual style.
The challenge of this A5 sized symposium programme for the Ka Rewa Māori Innovation: 2018 ITP Research Symposium, was to accommodate large amounts of differing content without it looking over-crowded and inaccessible for the reader. Consideration for image treatment and lockup was also crucial to compensate for the variation in image size and quality.
Cycles Repetition & Redirection is an exhibition catalogue and an exhibition exploring themes of cyclical repetition and redirection, in an immersive 360-degree animated installation arising out of a collaboration between seven artists/animators located in different parts of the globe.
Applied Molecular Solutions (AMS) is a research group of lecturers working out of Unitec’s Institute of Technology. Dr Dan Blanchon wanted a website that would profile new projects and technologies that AMS are involved with, as well as showing published papers and articles, collaborations with various other researchers in the field.
Curator, Yvonne Shaw was wanting an exhibition catalogue and poster for an exhibition at Elam Projectspace Gallery titled Intextual.
Intextual is a temporarily constructed word appropriate for a fleeting collection of works which combine text and image. The artist’s deal with notions of parallel worlds and fictional narratives intertwined with threads of documentary.
Jennie Dunlop is an Interior and Spatial Designer well known for her ability to make interior spaces beautiful and unique. Jennie’s old site was struggling to present her multi-awarded work at a level that was equal to the recognition that it was receiving.
Michael Brown has been a leading figure in the New Zealand textile industry for many years. In creating a logo for his new business Textile Republic, Michael had very specific ideas on how he wanted to represent his business. He wanted a strong and contemporary, stylish and elegant logo that would reflect the gravitas of his professional reputation.
Salon owners Paul Baker and Natalie Stone approached Foundation Design wanting to increase both traffic and viewers to their salon website. Foundation Design integrated social media within the salon site to create a synchronised online web presence and renamed the homepage URL to improve results in a Google search.