A homage to the early web (circa 1995). Minimal styling on a one-template WordPress theme.
An ongoing graphic illustration project hosted at Behance
Graphic illustration, copywriting and web design
Branding for an successful Brisbane food festival
Something of a humanised design manifesto
Logo and stationary for a new Brisbane business.
How great were those all-in-ones from the 80s – boxy, metallic, tactile and fun.
Future News: Problems and Opportunities with Online News and its Monetisation - October 30, 2015 - hosted at at s3-ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com - Blog, Culture, writing, UX
Can online journalism survive this attack on ads, and what will it look like if it does?
A digital illustration project at Behance
A simple web app to discover how what you eat effects the earth.
Taking a good photo is difficult. The hardest part is you almost cannot do it on purpose. You just have to be in the right time and place, at the ready. Who says a shot is good anyway? The first person whose opinion you should seek is your own. Listening to others can be valuable […]
A custom theme for a prize-winning travel blogger (2010).
I’ve been doing responsive web design since it hit the fan in 2010, and it’s really challenged and changed how I do web design in general. (Primer: The basic idea is that the way elements are displayed on the screen changes depending on the width of that screen. That way, a website can look just […]
This was a part of my design study, the final piece after five weeks of life drawing. We were fortunate to be in a course that included emphasis on the basics of drawing.
This is a larger story I’m crafting out of one little example. For years I’ve been running into this barrier: wanting to improve customer experience for an organisation that doesn’t. For whatever reason, many businesses refuses to empathise with it’s customers at some point. A great expereince can only be provided by a business that […]
Big ideas in a small size. If I stood for anything, it would be all of this.
Well, besides being able to use a camera, here’s what photography means to me as an art. It’s a perspective I’ve been slowly developing for some time, but one that has come into focus recently as I delve deeper. All the statements below aren’t meant as universal truths, they’re very subjective. But it’s fun to […]
When is a button not a button? Reflections on flat “design” - October 4, 2013 - Blog, Interactive, UX, Web
Read on for the answer to this enigma. iOS7 went live went live last week. Love it or hate it, you’ll notice a move away from the bumps, shadows, curves and gradients you knew, towards a lighter, simpler and flatter visual style. It’s both the latest trend and a move towards simplicity. “Flat design” has […]