We just finished the interface icons for Bank of Eastern Oregon’s new mobile app. The project included icons and images for display on Google Play plus start up screens and in-app icons.
PaddysClassicAlley.com: I’m very happy to be the one turning the ignition and pumping the gas pedal on this new venture. Tom, Pat congratulations, PCA is another successful burnout—you gotta love the sound of a V-8!
I just completed a postcard for Brian T. Hemphill, Attorney at Law. Over the past 10 years I’ve worked with Brian on many of his projects, including his logo, ads and website. A great person and a great client, you can learn more about Brian’s practice here.
Central Oregon Flyfishers has selected Whitten Design for the development and production of their monthly newsletter. Creative direction included a new masthead and an overall upgrade to the look and feel of the interior pages. Production includes layout and file preparation for both print and web editions along with editorial duties.
Here’s what the club members are saying:
- “…keep it up because it looks awesome!”
- “Looks like another great newsletter and a milestone has been reached…we now have 2 paid ads. This is a 100% improvement from the past.”
- “As usual, another great looking newsletter.”
- ” I really like the look of the newsletter, with all the color and the way you do the columns.”
View the current edition by clicking here.
This shopping site was produced for the U.S. Department of Defense and their “That Guy” initiative, a multi-media campaign that uses online and offline communication with the goal of reducing excessive drinking among young service members. The site allows officers to browse and order branded supplies to support their local campaigns.
Over all branding was established by Fleishman Hillard, the thatguy.com agency. Thatguymaterials.com is a preformatted, template shopping cart service that structured our navigation architecture, however, we were given free reign over the branding implementation, button design/UI and customization of the template. The site was produced for U.S. Allegiance, Inc., a primary supplier of souvenirs and collectibles to U.S. military exchanges.