This one was a screamer. About a week and a half to design all the booth graphics for the Intel booth at the HP Discover conference in Vegas. The booth went over so well that it was then repurposed for the next event in Barcelona. Good times, fun design, as always there are things that would be changed if time had allowed.
Microsoft wanted an internal poster campaign to encourage employees to embrace Yammer as a better way to collaborate on projects and contribute towards a larger knowledge base for the company. We responded with a concept around evolving collaboration and contributing to an idea rather than sending an email.
McAfee worked with us on a round of infographics that also explore some new brand ideas that are in a beta state. These infographics were well received and have been picked up by several major outlets like PC Magazine.
Starting with a logo and working up from there. EA Solutions, an environmental engineering firm out of Arizona and Salt Lake City, engaged Works Collective to beging there branding process. This is only the start as a logo is not a brand. More will be coming soon.
Intel and HP required a promotional site for a sales experience that included a chance for a unique ride-along with IndyCar driver Simon Pagenaud. The site was developed and launched within a crazy quick turnaround time of about a week and a half.
Beehive Bicycles was in need of the whole enchilada. We started with a logo and general workup of what the overall look and feel of the brand could be and ran with it from there. This one is still evolving and turning into something fun.
Fun little logo project for Julie Checkoway at Littlest Birds Films. Waiting for Hockney was one of the most interesting and oddball tales of obsession I've ever heard. And Julie wanted a whimsical little logo for her film company.