PRINT | web
First opened in 1992, Wood Ranch has been a flag bearer as one of the top barbeque spots in Southern California. With the upcoming 30-year anniversary, we are very excited to provide a fresh new look for the restaurant collateral from menus, POPs, promotional merchandise and website graphics.
Visual Branding | Digital | Web
From what started as an online platform to help small businesses thrive, Adobers is now a marketing firm promoting Fil-Am businesses, holding local programs, and organizing events in different states that support the Filipino community in the US. We launched Adobers.Net by building their branding identity, online marketplace, and campaign visual themes.
Digital | web | mobile
Rouse Sales Web and Mobile App
Rouse, the most trusted construction equipment market intelligence source throughout the US, Canada, and the UK, came to us to redesign the web and mobile app they are using for equipment valuation. We did not only give them a visually stunning user interface, but we also made their app easy to use and efficient.
User interface | User experience
The Exchange is an online platform for trading quality used construction equipment. It allows rental companies to sell their machinery and get a return from their investment, and for builders who buy them to save on payments. We worked closely with the executive team of Rouse Services and came up with the UI/UX design of this platform that ticked all the boxes.
Visual Branding | Print | digital
Eat Shop Play
Eat Shop Play, a print campaign of LA Metro, needed to highlight and support the different small businesses affected by the Metro construction. The campaign used below-the-line ads such as posters, in-bus, and in-rail advertisements to increase the traffic to the stores and inform people of the status of the businesses. By transforming the existing visual theme, we materialized the campaign’s goals and even increased the revenue of the enterprises.
Visual Branding | Digital | Print
A Line Closure and Reopening
LA Metro needed assistance communicating to the public and affected communities the changes brought about by a nine-month closure of the A Line. We helped them out by taking part in designing their visual themes for their varying construction phases.
Visual Branding | Print
Girls Empowerment Summit
LA Metro started the Girls Empowerment Summit to find ways to remove the barriers to women’s career success and break the glass ceiling. To reinforce this initiative, we shared our research and design expertise to help inspire young women and girls to be a force in achieving their aspirations even in a male-dominated industry.
Next Stop Illustrations
LA Metro needed the right people to complete their visuals for future construction projects. We stepped up to the challenge and shared our skills in digital illustration to assist them in demonstrating excellence in providing public service. Onboard bus and rail advertising, web pages, and community meeting visuals — all provided glimpses of future transportation infrastructure — the “Next Stop”.
Website UI/UX, ecommerce, marketplace, online directories, web apps, mobile apps
Vehicle wraps, large format, marketing collateral, stationeries, advertisements
Corporate identities, visual branding elements, branding guides, iconography set
Promotional, commercial, social media reels, instructional
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