I’m not a logo designer. Still, from time to time I find myself in the process of crafting one. I know getting a logo is one great feeling, suddenly your business or idea have an identity. It is happening, it is real.
One thing I try to improve is my workflow. It’s easy to get stuck with old habits, a comfort I’d like to erase. There are so many designers out there and I think one way to become more effective at what we do is by sharing our skills. I will try and write down some of my best practices and hopefully I can inspire or be helpful!
UI/UX Assets is a marketplace where I create and share curated design assets. The goal is to create the highest quality assets, both free and premium ranging from UI kits, wireframes, templates, icons… for industry standard design tools such as Sketch, Photoshop, Illustrator and more.
Strand is a musical instrument with an integrated digital audio workstation. It is designed to extend the life of improvisation and recording. Milled in one piece of aluminum and with a total weight of 4.2 kilograms, it is a solid and stable device. Strand has a total of 32 keys, assignable controls that include nine pads, six knobs and one slider. It also features an integrated and interchangeable battery making it possible to play without additional power for 5 hours.
Our present methods of production, consumption and disposal are destroying our global life-support system. The search for alternatives, more eco-friendly materials such as paper in applications like packaging is increasing. Whether paper is better than plastic is a complex issue but one thing for certain is that paper unlike most plastics, is derived from a renewable feedstock. Considering the mass produced nature of coffee lids and that the current solution is inert to degradation, the purpose of this project was simply to replace the petroleum-based coffee lid with a new version in paper. Bambu is a new take-away coffee lid made from a uniquely durable and stretchable paper material. It isn’t just some smoke and mirrors, it is real and it works.
A project initiated by EFG, leading manufacturer of office furnitures in northern Europe. Our mission was to design an innovative personal workspace according to the Cradle to Cradle principles. Designed in an eco-effective way while focusing on single material parts with different life cycles, EFG Gaia is geared towards creative people and can be adapted depending on need and taste. Three prototypes of EFG Gaia were presented in 2012 at the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, as well at the Clerkenwell Design Week in London.