In 2015 ServiceIQ decided to move all of their business processes, products and services to a self-service online platform, which is going to be a NZ first for a New Zealand ITO.
This is a Showcase App I designed for ServiceIQ to help staff have instant access to the businesses products, brochures, presentation and documents via iOS, Android, Windows and Desktop computers.I want to see more
A number of New Zealand ITO’s were looking at creating their own “Industry Approved" Apprenticeships and required an identity for these. The design needed to be modern and bright to draw attention. It also had to have the ability to be easily turned into a badge for apprentices.
Stokes Fish Supper was created by a couple of lads wanting to create descent kiwi fish and chips with quality ingredients. They requested a logo to reflect this, which had a ocean theme and was clean but also had a bit of an edge to it to reflect their personality.I want to see more
This was something I created with a friend of mine on the side for a few seasons starting back in 2011, to help my creative juices flow and to try designing something other than logos, brochures and books.I want to see more
CellCity approached me to develop the look and feel of their new sub-brand called iSupply. CellCity is a retail store specializing in iPhone, iPod, iPad and Samsung repairs.
They wanted to branch out and supply the parts as a package for customers to fix their devices themselves, and to do this under a different brand called iSupply, while having a similar clean look and feel to CellCity.I want to see more
This is a corporate brochure design I did for ServiceIQ. This brochure would be used to introduce ServiceIQ to potential new large corporate clients.
A large part of my work this year was planning, developing and designing ServiceIQ's eLearning platform, courses and interactive elements. Here is a collection of some of the course pages and different interactive elements.I want to see more
This is a website design I did for ServiceIQ to move their paper based Training agreements online and to help the management of this agreement for both ServiceIQ and their clients.I want to see more
I was approach by No.8 Building Recyclers, who are based in Lyall Bay, Wellington, to help them rebrand their business to have a more professional feel about it and to appeal to both DIY home owners and tradesmen. They wanted to stick to Wellington and construction colours of yellow, black and white.