Gabby suggested this as an option for an online portfolio. Check it out!
Here is the power point from class earlier today about my trip to MOO for the AIGA Boston Event. Enjoy!
This installation is absolutely amazing and the way that Sayuri shows their work is absolutely fascinating! In her project, Underwater Flight, she not only shows the installation in an interesting manner, but also gives you a closer look at the jellyfish she has created. She even gives you information about the different species included in her display and detail shots of the sculptures!
I enjoy the portfolio of Steve Simpson for a number of reasons! I think the main page looks very neat and orderly, displaying a detail shot of each of his projects. When you click on one of the images, it brings you to a page explaining the project and contains images showing the process of his creations as well as the final products. The site is also very easy to navigate and allows you to take a closer look at the work that appeals to you.
As for an individual display I enjoy, he created a package design for Mic’s Chilli BBQ Sauce. Not only does he display the flat design, but he also displays the product as well! The products are photographed on a white background to call attention to the design, and I think it is a very neat and clean way to display one’s work.
I really enjoyed his portfolio. He designed a website that was interactive and modern for Fueled Collective. The type is clean and very legible even on the dark image background. The red was a good choice to help the user to navigate and it stood out more with a little hint of color used in the navigation.
Arlo is a Graphic Design firm in Chicago. Arlo Portfolio’s focuses on logo design. Many well-known logo designs were done by Arlo such as American Eagle Outfitters, Nike, AXE body Spray etc. I find it interesting that one firm as branded all of these well-known places we see today. The logos are all so different and very well designed so it seems that it did’t come from one single firm. Many of the works they photographed are shown in a few different views. Zoomed in or on different products such as a bag, tags or the logo itself which is specifically shown in American Eagle Outfitters images.