Business/Appointment cards and moving fliers for UCSF’s UFO Study. I have no idea why the normal green this printed and I chose looks like this as a jpg. Whatever, I don’t deal with digital.
Updated logo for UCSF’s UFO Study, a constellation of research studies and projects focusing primarily on Viral Hepatitis, particularly Hepatitis C virus (HCV), among young injection drug users (IDU) in San Francisco.
Obscuria Press is a small, independently run book publisher, operating out of Daly City, California. The use of the omega is based on the publishers fanzine, xerox-published in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
identity package (mockup)
A 4 page corporate overview brochure printed on matte cover stock, 6″ x 6″.
Logo design for The Right Move Group, a destination services provider in the San Francisco Bay Area.
A quick and dirty logo and biz card design for a magical friend…
And his corresponding flyers…
Logo and business card designs for upscale salon in San Francisco’s Mission District.
soviet propaganda style logo for San Francisco production company.
Chef Stephanie uses her green and organic branding across all of her business’ communication, menus, invoices, business cards and web site.
click to visit her web site.
Brass Tacks uses their retro-styled logo across all collateral and identity materials including beer cozies, business cards, and invoices.
Chef Stephanie is all about organic and sustainable ingredients and wanted a web site that would feel environmental and convey her overall peaceful mood and philosophies towards the food that she chooses to prepare for her clients as a caterer, personal chef, instructor, and kitchen therapist.
This site has since been redesigned.
Brass Tacks was born to provide accessible financial and organizational support services to individuals, community groups, and businesses doing good work, with a respect for our radical roots. Run by Melissa Hoover, Laura King, and Miss Muffy, Brass Tacks wanted a retro look with a decided girlishness, but which clearly conveyed all of their content in a readable and organized way. I began by designing their logo — reflected on all of their branding and collateral — and took the interface design from there.
This site has since been taken offline.