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The Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences is a marine biology research facility located off the coast of Bermuda. Equipped with the latest technologies and optimal geographic location, BIOS has the ability to be highly productive in marine field research.
BIOS previous site was a bit dull and lackluster so they came to Sullivan for help. Together, we achieved a redesign that would draw a more widespread audience and entice people to donate to their worthwhile cause.
With the use of beautiful photography (generously supplied by BIOS) and a strategic use of scroll-parallaxing, we were able to create a "submersive" environment that is both eye-catching on screen and purposeful in strategy.
You can check out the live site here:
While in school, I was presented the challenge to brand a Seattle-based fish market. I created a look and feel that was very timeless, yet appropriate for a high-end fish company. The result was achieved with a mixture of unique type combinations, a black and white color palette, and anatomical fish illustrations.
When AT&T came to Brooklyn United to conceptualize a new solution for their Adworks campaign, we came up with ROI the Robot. ROI personifies what AT&T Adworks does; takes large amounts of data to better place advertising in front of the right audiences.
These were my initial illustrations & layouts which were presented to AT&T (These were not final layouts)
After numerous revisions and careful refinements, ROI eventually rolled out as a nationwide campaign primarily through the web (videos, web banners, e-mails)
While working at Brooklyn United, I was given the opportunity to design the a full site for an up-and-coming independent film production company called Verebra films. Vertebra positions themselves as being slightly dark and twisted, yet classy and timeless. I designed the site with a minimalist approach to better exemplify their work. The site's content emerges from the "drawer" at the top of the page. All of which overlays a short film clip loop of Vertebra's latest work.
A foundation speaking out against humans' impact on global warming
An online retailer geared toward young girls and tweens offering weekly deals and discounts on popular items.
Seattle Fish Company:
A fish market specializing in fish from the Pacific Northwest.
A company that manufactures a line of semi-automatic knitting machines.
An innovative group that focuses on "upcycling" by turning waste into new affordable green products with the lowest environmental impact.
An online news source based out of Saratoga, New York.
This collection shows various web projects I've worked on in the past two years. All three of these concepts were initial client proposals while later iterations carried the design to completion.
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Breathe Systems (2013)
Breathe has created a modern technology for household respirators that allows people to lead active and normal lives.
The Akasha Project (2012)
The Akasha Project is a non profit yoga studio which allows people who may not normally get to experience the benefits of yoga, a unique experience at no cost to them.
GZP Accountants (2011)
GZP Accountants are an accounting firm located outside of NYC. The objective with this site was to appeal to a younger audience than the normal age range of tradition accounting firms.
While in school, I was given the task to develop a packaging brand system across multiple products in a given category. Supremus Basketball Co. is a fictional brand that features packaging that proudlly displays the bold colors and unique textures of each product.
While in school, I was given the challenge to create an annual report for Southwest Airlines. I created the concept "Taking the High Road" and applied a friendly illustrative style and color palette to support the warm attitude of the company.
While in school, I was given the challenge of branding Silver Reed Knitting Machines, a brand of semi-automatic knitting machines that allow traditional hand knitters to knit with speed and precision.