If Priori were real, it would be located on Capitol Hill in Seattle, Washington. It would be a converted church with semi-customizable floorplans and design options, along with some pretty great amenities. You'd live there, right?
All copy – except for the section about Capitol Hill, which I don't know enough about yet – was written by me.
The first section consists of all of the brochure spreads in digital form, the second is the folder and an example floorplan, and the third is a small collection of photographs of the physical product. The last bit is an interactive flow for the brochure on an iPad.
Completed over the course of one weekend, this is a redesign of the current mySCAD app that rethinks the needs of its target audience by adding features and vastly improving user interface.
NOTE: The final screen, featuring a map, contains elements of Transloc's "Rider" app - something I felt should be merged with the MySCAD app for a more seamless experience.
An iPod speaker dock with LEDs inside that increase in intensity according to the volume of the music playing as well as to which channel the music is playing from. This was a collaborative effort between myself, Camille Sakoda-Chang, and Marc Sylvester. I was responsible for the overall design and marketing, and they refined it and did much of the physical manufacturing of it, though it was very much a team effort.
A collaboration between Lexi Roberts and I, this poster is intended to advertise the Blue Krishna blend of Perc Coffee (a roaster local to Savannah, Georgia). I was responsible for the art direction, concept, overall design, and arrangement. Lexi provided the fabulous base illustration of the peacock.