Even a simple brochure can represent thousands of hours of brand strategy, decision making and should be stewarded in a manner that reflects the intentions of the brand. How a company presents it's content makes all the difference.
This collection of images show some of the corporate brand touchpoint I have been involved in. What best represents your company? The people or the printed material? Hopefully both.
UX + UI + Interactive
When we redesigned Storyville.com, the goal was to showcase the product in a larger-than-life visuals. We wanted the user to experience the pristine details of the brand immediately when browsing.
The concept was executed as a single page, vertical scroll site with easy and simple navigation.
After many versions, the design was approved and we contracted Ratio Interactive in Seattle to develop the backend.
UI / UX Design by Mark Alvis.
Content, Direction, and approvals by Kris Rosentrater and Jamie Munson.
Hardware Page renders created for Storyville by TEAGUE
Photography on Places Page by Chip Simons. Creative Direction by Buffy Thibodeaux for Storyville, images edited by Mark Alvis.
Print's not dead.
There is nothing like holding a finished product in your hand and watching the light dance around the inks and varnishes.
A finished package is a trophy, a coordinated dance of creative & business, art & copy, designer & user. All of which is the result from hours of strategy, direction, conceptual presence and technical know-how.
Much of my past work has been in the two dimensional inks & material environment. I have a solid understand of the limits and constraints of the print industry and I look forward to continuing to stretching the limits of the material and of my own metal boundaries.
Long live analog.
Print & Promotional
Print's not dead.
A finished package is a trophy, a coordinated dance of art & copy, design & strategy. There is nothing quite like holding a product in your hand and watching the light dance around the varnish. All of which comes from the result of hours of strategy, direction, conceptual presence and technical know-how.
My experience within the two dimensional inks & material environment gives me an appreciation for permanence of the art, and the limits and constraints of the print industry.