Fins Seafood & Grille
Fins Seafood and Grille had a menu that was outdated, with physical wear and tear. They needed an updated look that included all of their existing/current menu items. Along with the main menu, smaller cocktail menus and takeout menus were needed and needed consistency throughout. Beyond menus, they needed updated business cards that made their business look professional when dealing with other vendors.
I created a modern menu that showcased all of their best offerings and gave the vibe of a seafood restaurant, also while making it look professional so they could be taken seriously. After the design of the main menu, I repurposed the design language of that into a smaller takeout menu, and a cocktail menu. I also created a business card design that blends classic sophistication with a modern feel and presents Fins Seafood and Grille as a legitimate and professional restaurant operation.
A consistent menu design throughout its different iterations, and a modern, yet classic business card design.
An experience unlike any other vaporizer from the moment you open the box.
Randy's, a smoke accessory company, needed a visual language and package design created for the most high-end vaporizer they've ever created that would grab the attention of anyone it crossed paths with, while also meeting the high-end standard of the overall product quality by creating an experience for the end user.
I created a logo utilizing inspiration from mid-century modern aesthetic and 1970's style and a lush gradient that symbolizes the effect of a lava lamp that ties into the shape of the vaporizer. I made sure the entire box opening experience was a high-end one, utilizing a clean design and messaging that makes any user feel as if they are entering a new world when opening the vaporizer.
WEB + LOGO
While Centum Cento started as a service designed to focus on helping anyone interested in exercising (primarily in the weight room), through the years the owner had evolved the business into a brand focused on helping its customers by improving their overall lifestyle. With this new found mission, the business owner needed a new brand identity.
I designed a modern logo for what was once Centum Cento Fitness, rebranding it as simply Centum Cento. Using calming green gradients to pay homage to the brand's past, while also invoking a sense of healthiness into anyone interested in the brand. With the logo design finished, I moved forward to design the entire website. The website is meant to be a hub for potential customers to inform them on what services the business offers, and what prices those services cost. The website is also meant to inform the business owner of what interests a potential client has in improving their health.