The new responsive website for Scotiabank EcoLiving, a blog for helping people save energy and money.
As the lead designer, I designed five page templates based on wireframes. The main goal was to create a beautiful responsive website that aligned with Scotiabank's brand but also added it's own character.
Robert Newman - ACD
Waleed Zoghby - CD
Lindsay Hutchison - IXD
Shan Du, Anson Poon, Josh Arndt - Developers
Maria Guevera - PM
Lavish & Squalor is a local favourite clothing store and coffee bar which I've always felt had much potential for a killer website and online shop. I leveraged their existing logo and translated in-store branding into a homepage with the intent to entice customers to visit the store or purchase products online.
Grand Electric is one of many awesome Mexican restaurants here in Toronto, though their live website is hilariously terrible. I decided they needed a digital facelift, so I designed a simple one page site that provides the necessary information that potential visitors are seeking, yet stays true to their grungy, "rough around the edges" feel.
I leveraged their existing logo, the background from the live site and photography from their Instagram account.
Fresh is one of my favourite vegetarian places to eat in the city. It's clear from the daily menu updates on their website and social media updates that they take great value in the business they generate from their online presence.
I love everything about the restaurant experience - the endless menu options, the positive energy of the staff and the way the food is plated. I especially appreciate how the interior of each of the four locations is decorated to perfection and embodies the Fresh brand, yet each has it's own personality. This restaurant is so visually inspiring - why shouldn't the website be?
Using the existing logos and colours, I designed a responsive website which I feel more accurately aligns to the vibrant personality of the restaurant. I leveraged some of their own photography as well as some more inspiring food shots.
A personal project with developer Jason Matthews to provide an app experience for users of Toronto Bike Share.
Created with Adrian MacLeod during one of Nurun’s PureHacks hackathons, The Attendant is a simple yet effective solution to the everyday problem of bathroom roulette in our office. A wireless device monitors the availability of the bathroom stall in the men’s room at Nurun and displays the status through a responsive web app.
The owner of this boutique bakery asked me to come up with branding that was elegant, feminine and Parisian-themed, as well as a website that had the look and feel of a storefront and focused on her beautiful product photography.