Centralised is a boutique massage business situated in Melbourne Australia. Offering services from two different locations, Centralised has a passion for promoting ideal posture and lives by their mantra "prevention is better than the cure".
Healthy Eating Hub
Re-designed e-book, promotional website banners and social media tiles for The Healthy Eating Hub.
Brand concept created whilst working at Swell Design Group for a Toast cafe in Canberra.
Branding concept for an affordable housing brand created whilst working at Swell Design Group.
LN website tiles
Animated promotional website tiles designed for The Little National hotel in Canberra. Tiles were developed whilst working at Swell Design Group.
Originally starting as a freelance Graphic Design business, Salty Studio has moved into the apparel space.
Live your life
MOTION GRAPHICS | PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT
University project set to showcase skills obtained throughout the semester in a Motion Graphics unit.
The video was designed to be a public announcement that encourages viewers to enjoy the life they live today by showing the viewer adventurous and compelling videos about nature, experiences and simple beauties within the world.
Double Helix magazine
Double Helix is a magazine produced by CSIRO. Whilst working at Swell Design Group, I had the pleasure of designing three of their issues.
The Lazy Girl Guide
TLGG is a blog dedicated to those who want to work smarter instead of harder and talks all things business, dating, travel, wellbeing, and fitness.
Roses are Red
Poster concept for an upcoming event in Canberra that will raise awareness and money towards multiple sclerosis (MS) research. The concept was designed around the name "Roses are Red" and features a classic look paired with modern components.
The theme of the poster looks at pairing modern chic with bold red tones to reflect the name of the event and requirement of the brief.
ANNUAL REPORT CONCEPT
Annual Report internal concept completed whilst intering at a design studio in Canberra. The project was set to practice typesetting, page layout and further experience working from a client brief.
The style guide was carefully considered during the design stage to ensure the concept met all requirements of the company. The two main focusses for the report was to create interesting infographics to display their large amount of data content and consider a new and compelling way to feature their highlights page for the year. The highlights page within this concept looks at addressing work that has been completed within each month. This is different from what the company has shown previously, as they normally present their information at random.
Re-designed website for PilatesCan. A strong focused was placed on ensuring the site was modern and easy to navigate.
The Groovin the Moo website redesign assisted in learning more about the development of HTML and CSS styles.
The website was created after researching GTM's website at the time and identifying what worked and what could be considered distracting. The original website had an "in your face" design that distracted the reader and made them feel lost in the retro colouring and graphics. The navigation was also difficult to use and the layout out of place.
Once identifying these issues, I set out to create a design that was simplistic and easy to navigate whilst still making use of the bold colouring and graphics that the original website showcased. Though this is the case, the colours were toned down and the graphics were set to a minimum to ensure they did not distract the viewer from the content. Use of a slideshow enticed the viewer about the event as it shows the excitement one can have at Groovin The Moo.
During my second year of University I was set a project to create packaging for a product that would be sold during a night market in Canberra. The task was to create packaging that effectively contained the products and ensured it to be practical. The second aspect of the project looked at establishing a well defined brand within groups and effectively package our individual products in a way that creates a wholistic stall.
The hand painted glasses were designed with precision handling to create a marble technique. The glasses were available in a set of four or two with a total of sixteen glasses produced. The pops of colour catches the eye of the viewer and adds life to simple glasses.