This gallery includes a wide variety of visual design projects designed in the Volusion internal marketing department.
The volusion swag website was designed for employees the opportunity to purchase volusion swag, clothing items and other items with Volusion branding. The design is a full width and responsive. The design included photography of people and the products.
Other projects include volusion.com pages, landing pages, advertising, banners, and promos.
Volusion Swag Website
This gallery includes a wide variety of Volusion ecommerce designs. Each design started with a client phone call to discuss the look, feel and overall achievement of the store.
Also included are several pre-designed Paid Templates sold on Volusion.com. Each of the designs take in flexibilty to change images and design elements, making it easy for the client to up keep their store.
Bohemian Hair Bows
Bohemian Hair Bows is a Volusion client that purchased logo brand kit and style guide. The client sells a variety of eclectic bows. They were requesting a logo that used the vintage Valentine girl character with her cat. I began this project using illustrator to trace over the top of the vintage card. Then gradually simplified in steps. The client was very pleased with the final product.
This collection includes a wide variety of logos. Every logo is designed to stand alone in black and white, and most are designed to be used for small print items and promos.
My logo process begins with a consultation with the client to discover the purpose and goal of the company, also asking the client to send inspiration they have found themselves. This gives me a good idea the designs the client might like. I typically collect inspiration from a wide variety of blogs and websites, creating a mood board. Sometimes I start with sketches depending on the type of look I am trying to portray.
While designing identity items, I keep in mind the clients desired look, but also I do not let this limit or prevent exploration of new ideas.
When I am done with the first round of logos, I present them to the client in color and black and white. I try not exceed five ideas. I feel presenting too much to a client really overwhelms them and makes the choices harder to make.