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Thursday, June 30, 2011


So last year I was contacted by a person who had developed a phonics program that targeted 3-5 year olds and wanted to bring it to fruition. I created 26 characters, one for each letter of the alphabet. A few are listed below. I was also commissioned to design a box for everything to go into...which I did....but never got paid for. BOOOOOOOOOOO! Fortunately, I never sent a large resolution file so there's no way they can use the image in any decent capacity. So instead, I shall show the box cover to you!

Tuesday, June 28, 2011


Several years ago I sat on a Virgin Airlines jet, it's engines' thrumming seeming to permeate everything attached to them. As the slightly pleasant disorientation of the upward lift wore off they began to play an animation explaining the emergency procedures normally recited by flight attendance. A pleasant British voice narrated while little iconic figures went through the emergency actions. I loved it.
This was, of course, an animated infographic, while most common are generally in static 2d posters. I've always been in love with design and random facts...So merging the two appeals to me to no end. I recently finished a test page for a potential client, (seen below); will it bear fruit? I've no idea. But here are the fruits of that labor on my end regardless.