A fairly new business in Quebec, Domaine La Branche was looking to enter the competitive world of the Quebec Cider Market. They approached me to refine their brand, create their website, and create their business cards.
As a response to the modern and sleek design already established in the cider community, I created a vibrant and dynamic website with rich content and strong images.
The business cards were printed on 16pt silk paper, with a UV spot to highlight the tendrils and logo. Again, a sleek and modern design is applied to add value and confidence to the product.
This website was created using Wordpress to allow them to manage their own content after the contract was complete.
I joined the dynamic Goodify team to create their logo and business cards, as well as help with the overall design of the website.
Goodify is a web app where organizations and individuals can track their volunteering and donations. For the logo I therefore wanted to illustrate the act of doing good by adding a halo to the "g". From there, a concept of heavenly, elevation and angelic gorillas (Goodrilla!) came into effect, helping brand the product.
Concordia University - Department of Design & Computation Arts
After having completed an independent study as a part of my University degree in Design for the department, I was asked to join two professors in redesigning and reorganizing the new website. I contributed to the design, web integration and content management of the website.
Jardins PurDélys Gardens came to me seeking a new brand for their organic produce farm. Their target market is primarily middle-aged women seeking a healthy lifestyle for themselves and their family.
I developed a logo demonstrating PurDélys' close link to nature, with a feminine touch.
This logo is used on packaging for such organic foods as cauliflower, broccoli and lettuce.
A website is currently in the works.
Precision Pro Solutions
Precision Pro Solutions specializes in front end web development. I was asked to create a brand as well as business cards demonstrating high quality and refinement.
The business cards were printed on 16pt silk paper, with a UV spot on the colored logo to make it pop.
Djoser Solutions approached me for a brand, business cards, and a website design. They are a consulting company offering web design, application development, software integration, database management and research and development services.
Djoser, an ancient Egyptian king, was chosen for the name of the company, therefore I opted for a pyramid as a central element of the logo.
I chose 16pt silk paper for the business cards, with a UV spot on the logo.
The website was created using large images and very simple, to-the-point, minimal content.
LAvocats is a Montreal-based law firm. They approached me for a logo and business cards. I created a sleek and professional, yet modern logo, using the typography as a design element.
The business cards were printed on 16pt, silk paper, with a UV spot on the logo.