Healthy Heart Series is an organization that educates people (predominantly women) about heart mortality rates and the complications that lead to cardiac arrests. Their goal is to reduce the disparities in heart disease among various groups through education, outreach, prevention, and intervention. healthyheartseries.org/
logo design NYC
BJTBronx street banner created for this proud commercial district that Worksight designed the identity for—see the full campaign.
Every so often there’s a request from a rap artist for a logo, cover or t-shirt. They usually have their own idea in mind, which is understandable and totally fine. This shirt was designed for Angel in Hell.
This prosthodontist office is planning on expanding to more cities, which explains the embedded P shape inside the circle set. The repeat of the center circle at the end of the name is to confirm that prosthodontists are at the core of serious dental work.
Logo design for JAMM Innovations, a startup that organizes gaming events. The idea uses a “play button” arrow between the A and M to bring energy to this colorful design.
Logo for a startup business in Texas that helps folks pack, clean, and otherwise organize their stuff. The coordinates of the project were to interpret the process of de-cluttering, their location (Texas—the lone star state), and to somehow reference a magic wand :-).
Visual identity project for Innocent, a candidate running for the presidency of Gabon in Central Africa. The mark at the right of the name is the map of the country and the year, which can split off and be used on buttons, etc.
Logo design by Worksight for an educational startup helping middle and high school students learn to express themselves through writing.
Worksight created the visual identity and site design for this New York City-based law firm. Tendy Law provides a sophisticated, boutique outside general counsel practice advising midsized corporations, not-for-profits, and financial institutions regarding all corporate matters. See the site design here.
Graphically translating a drawing (for an app icon promoting a STEMI catheterization aid) to line-based vector art begins with a reductionist lens on your eye. The outlines, gone. The inconsistencies in line weight, gone. the gradation, gone. What we’re after is power by the simplest means.