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A few weeks ago my brother Eduardo Sasso showed me an idea he had for a web service that would be perfect for those who travel a lot or simply want to keep track of their adventures when they are away from their places. I loved the concept and I joined him along side with Gisele Muller and Fabiano Meneghetti to make that app become real. The name was already chosen, Mentaway . Talking to my brother and Gisele, the creators of the whole idea, they gave me some insights on how they see the service, the goals and philosophy behind it.
Posted on 09 '09 Sep Posted on September 9, 2009 along with 36 JUST™ Creative Comments I’ve recently had the pleasure of designing the A-List Blogging Bootcamps logo for Mary Jaksch of Write To Done and Leo Babauta of Zen Habits and in this article I will guide you through my design process of creating the logo as seen above. This article was originally written for those enrolled in the A-List Blogging Bootcamp and has been edited for display on Just Creative Design.
Posted on 24 '08 Apr Posted on April 24, 2008 along with 146 JUST™ Creative Comments In this article I will talk about how I came to the name for my freelancing business ‘Just Creative Design’ and also the logo design process that I used to design the award winning logo that you see above. This logo has won 3 major awards: This logo also appears in these publications:
Operating for more than 50 years, Henri Ehrhart is a French wine producer in the Alsace region. The company focuses on standard and medium range wines distributed mainly in supermarkets, selling approximately 3.2 million bottles per annum. From the notebook Unused concept Client comments
I recently finished up a project with Scott McIntyre of Vivid Ways and Jon Phillip of Spyre Studios . My part in the project was to work on a new logo design for the Vivid Ways website and brand. Here’s my design process and a walkthrough of how the final logo is created in Adobe Illustrator.
At FITC Toronto in May of this year, Shawn Pucknell , FITC’s director approached James White to develop the creative for the following year's event, FITC Toronto 2012. “I've spoken at FITC twice so far and being a huge fan of the event and the entire crew behind it, I jumped at the opportunity to work with my friends,” said White. With creative freedom to develop the bits and pieces needed to promote and showcase at the event next year, James started looking at everything including the FITC identity which, at the time, he had no idea would be used. Here we go... Creative Brief