I worked as an in house designer at Navitas Organics, a superfood company located near San Francisco, California. During this time, the internal graphics and marketing team worked together to refresh the Navitas brand and change the company name from Navitas Naturals to Navitas Organics. Our goal was to highlight the company's commitment to sustainable agriculture, update the logo to give the brand more of a lifestyle feel, overhaul the packaging to put the logo front and center, and maintain Navitas' longstanding place as a front runner in innovative package design. You can see more packaging at the Navitas Organics site.
Logo for an insurance adjustment company in Tucson, Arizona. The owner wanted a vintage southwest feel to highlight the pride he feels for his city.
SPOUSES OF GOOGLE LOGO
Logo Redesign for Google’s Spouse Network Zürich
The Spoogler Network is Google’s spousal support network. The Zürich location has the most active and involved branch. hosting regular activities to help with integration, career support, and community building. The Zürich Spoogler group is run entirely by dedicated volunteers.
I worked with another designer, Alison Light, for part of this project. In making the logo, we had a few problems to solve. We wanted a logo that was finely crafted, clean and professional to reflect and legitimise the hard work the core members put into the program. We also wanted to distract from the unusual name, which we found people stumbled over. The logo needed to be friendly and inviting to newcomers, and speak to the group’s core mission : to support and welcome spouses of all different backgrounds who had followed their partners to Switzerland.
The logo also needed a system that could be extended worldwide to other Spoogler groups if they wanted to use it, and that could identify the different subgroups within the Zürich network. The system we created uses the three letter codes that Google uses internally for the different offices. For the subgroups in Zürich, we developed a colour coded system identifying the different types of activites offered and created a unique logo for each group or activity. The result is a flexible logo system that can be expanded within each geographical region and used internationally.