Showing posts with label print design. Show all posts
Showing posts with label print design. Show all posts

Monday, December 3, 2012

Web Instructions PDFs

Web Instruction PDFs

These were instruction sheets that were not only in need of a rewrite, but a redesign. So I did. They came out quite nice I think and were definitely an improvement from the previous versions.

Thursday, January 19, 2012

RJ Schinner Sales & Marketing Binder Design


About three months ago, I took the job as Electronic Marketing Specialist with RJ Schinner. In this role, I do design and marketing, as well as manage a website and blog along with other marketing initiatives. It's been a good fit so far.

I started work on a binder to showcase our in-house sales and marketing efforts and the result is the artwork above. With almost no resources, I found royalty free and free use artwork online. The binder also features a spot color of Pantone 8422C -- silver metallic.

I think the result is pretty good. So far everyone has been pleased. 

Its a high-end piece that RJ Schinner hasn't had before.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Smartbox Packaging Concepts

From The Design Tracts

In an effort to update and rebrand Senario's Smartbox product line, I did numerous studies on what the packaging could look like -- rethinking the packagings present look.

These are several different ideas that I had presented to the client.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

RMH Report to the Community Spreads

From The Design Tracts

I wanted to show off some of the spreads from the Report to the Community that I designed a few months back. These are a couple of my favorite. The printing of the booklet had some unique features. The body was printed black + PMS 317c with an aqueous coating and a spot varnish, and the pages were French folded with a simple hinge bond into the cover. The cover was printed black with the same aqueous coating and a spot varnish.

It also features photography art directed by me.

(Click on image to see full size.)

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

RMH Report to the Community Vignette



Yesterday was a busy day for me. I had two blow-ins to get out the door. One was a photoshoot, and the other was July 4th Poster for the Oconomowoc Rotary.

We finally had the Report to the Community delivered to our office and I didn't get a chance to celebrate over it.

The design and production of this annual report had some unique features. The body was printed black + PMS 317c with an aqueous coating and a spot varnish, and the pages were French folded with a simple hinge bond into the cover. The cover was printed black with the same aqueous coating and a spot varnish.

It's a really high quality piece. I don't get many portfolio-quality pieces so this is sure to be featured somewhere up there.

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

WHNA Newsletter Redesign

I used to volunteer the design and layout for the Washington Heights Neighborhood Association when I was a resident. I redesigned the newletter masthead and interior elements to reflect the character of the neighborhood. From 2007.