The design of this personal fitness site reflects its motto, "Get Active. Eat Clean. Live well." KAMLife is the umbrella organization of national fitness and health expert Khalid McLeod. Khalid's footprint in the industry has crossed many boundaries for over twenty years.
Because his achievements have been well documented in various forums, the design challenge here was to position his brand as a lifestyle complete with upcoming events, nutrition tips, a gallery of his clients as references and food shopping assistance. With room for affiliate programs in the future including a possible line of sports fashion and vitamin supplements, KAMLife now represents its owner's vision. High quality photography and a bright color palette against a simple background give the feeling of unity.
This corner neighborhood salon was looking to overhaul its identity, update its logo, and website. We wanted to embrace the openness and positivity of the owner as well as give
Salon401 a modern feel so we mashed up "neon" with nostalgia. Joe Jardino's hipster vibe comes through while not losing the down-to-earth retro charm of this First Avenue area beauty salon in the heart of Arcadia. Joe Jardino and his styling team are inspired by the flavor of the city, culture and heartbeat of the dynamic San Gabriel foothills of Los Angeles.
Savvy Storage started out in 2012 as the brainchild of Steve and Kelly Lhotak within the Rapid City, South Dakota area near Ellsworth Air Force Base. They wanted to use their diverse background in new home construction, commercial site development and excavation to branch out into the self storage warehouse industry. As part of one of its other Savvy enterprises, this client is well known locally for its grizzly bear logo. Keeping that strategy moving forward, they wanted to incorporate a squirrel into their Storage brand identity.
Their experience in the local home building and heavy equipment business gave them a community to tap into and extend their personalized customer service and client base. This concept has proved wildly successful and they will be expanding their storage operations beginning in 2018.
This non-profit educational foundation based in the UK, The Levie Foundation (TLF), wanted an internet presence to help raise awareness of an innovative educational approach and to raise funds to build schools. The clients were very specific about a muted soothing palette since the basis of their approach to learning is the Colour Synthesis System (CSS). Extensive graphic elements were developed while working under a strict budget and timeframe. The Levie Schools prototype uses a holistic educational approach helping to nurture children physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.
The idea is to bridge a child’s internal and external experiences, while providing a grounded and stable environment in which children can learn how to express their talents. Among the many illustrations developed the ‘Synthetic Learning’ model stands out for its symmetry and rainbow geometrics.
This retail website was designed to showcase reversible french ribbon belts. Using the best quality materials, along with excellent craftsmanship and good design, Nantucketgirl belts experienced a surge in sales after this site went live.