Luc designed the introduction package for potential Mexicali Fresh franchisees. A photoshoot was commissioned and art directed. The package includes a presentation folder, an A5 booklet and a paper seal.
Luc was commissioned to develop tOptimum Projects' brand ID.
After an exploration of the company's objectives and direction, we created a logotype, style-guide, and stationery, and worked closely with our web design partners, Summer of Dev to produce the website - Luc providing the content strategy, UX and front-end design.
Luc worked closely with Imagistory and their development team at Resolve Digital to design this storytelling app for the iPad. We developed the content strategy, UX, interface design and promotional website and are very proud to announce that the app is available now, free for download, from the Apple Store.
An initiative of the Arts Regional Trust Te Taumata Toi-a-iwi (ART) in partnership with The Big Idea, Survive & Thrive is a public forum, expo and series of workshops for people working in the creative sector.
Luc designed promotional material (print and digital) and wayfinding for Survive & Thrive in 2012 and was invited back again in 2013.
Tasked to redesign the Geovert website, Luc teamed up with the almighty Summer of Dev to ensure the responsive site was beautiful and the CMS was a cinch to use. We have since redesigned the company's capabilities documents to ensure their printed collateral matches their stylish online presence.
A collaboration with fellow Biz Dojo residents and animation partner Pixelpush, delivering an animation that could introduce potential clients to Synapsys in an engaging, light-hearted way.
New Clarity has a complex service offering and required a set of illustrations to represent these services in a personable way. The concepts representing each of the 3 sections of the business were also distinctive - consultancy, direction and growth.
Luc developed vector illustrations to serve as animation assets for a series of Flip Mobile TVCs. (2013)
A personal project revealing the true origins of meat.
Watercolour and ink.