Website & mobile redesign
concept (personal project)
The purpose of this personal project was to gain more practice designing responsive websites.
The goal of the redesigned site was to use the existing brand identity and more photography to enhance the overall design.
The logo’s simplicity and symbolism intends to capture the true meaning of the company name ‘Agriprocity’ (agriculture + reciprocity).
The use of background photography reflects the nature of the company and complements the information provided.
The owner of this boutique bakery asked me come up with a logo and 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 product photography.
J'Adore Cakes Co. offers an assortment of products for both walk-in and ordering customers, so there was a lot of information to include in the website; a strategic navigation system was essential to keep it clear about what the company offers its customers. An online order process in currently in the works.
Online & Print Ads
Promotional Print Materials
A rebrand of the school's visual identity with the ultimate goal to attract prospective students. As the in-house designer, I established an online presence for the school, producing and updating all website content.
As a designer at Nurun, many of my weekly projects include concepting, designing and animating banners and takeovers for external media vendors, such as Yahoo! and The Weather Network. I also design some of the adspots which appear regularly on The Home Depot website.
I’m currently a designer at Nurun, a digital retail advertising agency. I mainly work on The Home Depot and occasionally
Holt Renfrew and TD Canada Trust.
I also freelance quite a bit – check out what I’m working on now.
I like to bake, cook healthy food, listen to good tunes, hop on
the latest Toronto food trend and explore the city on my bike!