I haven’t posted in a while but I’ve decided to write some longer form entries of larger projects I’ve worked on. First up is Producteev. I was hired in 2011 as a Windows desktop engineer to make their first Windows application, and this is my story about that.
This is an old idea that I liked from Derek Sivers. I’m going to keep it up to date with stuff that I’m working on, rather than announcing it in separate posts. Focus shifts pretty rapidly over here but I really only want to announce the finished stuff.
Some of my work is inspired by the people I follow closely, and since I think others can benefit from them as well I’ve made a page with a small selection of artists I follow.
It takes a long time to go through my follow list and write descriptions on Instagram and YouTube so I kept the list short for now. I will be adding more to it later.
A quick announcement, I’ve added a Tools page to document helpful software that I’ve collected over the years.
This is more of a to-do list than an announcement. I still need to bring over:
- my latest projects,
- case studies and past work,
which I’m sure I’ll get around to by 2039. See you then, Space Cowboy.
This post originally appeared on the first version of my blog in 2017. I still use it in certain spots even though my new triangle version (M▵RK) is what I use on my blog.
We talked about something geometric, but still very minimal; if it was on the side of a car you’d think that it was going to another planet. This logo would also feature a triangle as part of the theme that I wanted to curate here.
I hired Leanne Bridie of andmethod.com to draft something.
When you’re looking for a designer it’s so easy to just glaze over portfolios, but it’s arguably more vital to hire someone you can understand. There’s a magic that happens between a designer and their client when the client knows what they want and the designer knows how to get there. That communication is the basis for something bigger.
After the second round of ideas I needed about 2 weeks to passively sit with these. We iterated some of them and nothing was clicking. With some time away and fresh eyes I noticed that just the “HAMILTON” in the first row by itself is pretty elegant, and with some more slight alterations this became the wordmark for the site.
Some of the best ideas come by chance, but without the skill driving it ideas have less chance of taking hold. Awesome work Leanne & thanks again.