/ Work
  1. Branding
  2. Interaction
  3. UI/Direction
  4. UI/Direction
  5. UI
  6. UI/Direction
  7. Identity
  8. Identity
  9. Identity
  10. Identity

/ About 
A graphic designer and brand strategist, solving problems and telling stories. Currently the creative director at Goat.

/ Vocabulary
Branding - Building brand strategy and visual identity with a deep understanding of client and industry.

Direction - Overseeing the creative and/or strategic direction of a project.

UI Design - Wireframing and designing websites and digital products.

Identity - Simple, low-budget logos or incomplete branding projects. 

Interaction - Adding value to pre-designed UI projects in forms of layout and movement.

/ Worked with
City of Vancouver
Seeking Blue Records
JBS Equipment
Southend F.C
CloudFM
Integrative Naturopathic
BTY
NHS UK
The Insurance Emporium
Lendlease
Tak Logistics
Redcliffe & Co.

/ Connect
LinkedIn
VSCO
Email



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Skipper Otto UI/Direction



Shifting  attitudes towards buying seafood.


/ Client
Skipper Otto
/ Role
UI Design
Direction
/ Agency
Goat
/ Development
Tim Lu
/ UX
Katy Witts
/ Iconography
Kika Macfarlene
/ Year
2018





From sea to table

Skipper Otto challenges traditional means of buying seafood by connecting consumers directly to the fishermen. Their unique model aims to keep small scale fishing alive in B.C and ensure customers have access to the very best wild, sustainable seafood.







Brand growth and product clarity

We faced three primary challenges approaching this project - Telling the Skipper Otto story, explaining the buying process and providing clarification around a confusing signup window. With these objectives in mind, we created an engaging experience which connects to consumers on an emotional level, allowing them to gain a deep understanding of what's required and then take action.






Old logo

Refreshed logo



Fresh and local B.C identity

Although not a branding project, we wanted to build quick value into the identity. The existing logo was outdated and not well suited to a digital environment. Dropping to titlecase and refreshing the style allowed for a friendlier and more welcoming feel. We also dropped the 's which shifted focus from an individual to a product.










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