For a long time now I have had an affinity for watches. I think I bought my first watch at the age of 10 or 11. It was a fossil watch. Forest green face ( because forest green, in particular, was a hot color then ). Pretty cool watch for a 10yr old. Anyway, that trend continued and I have always had a steady collection of watches. I won't bore you with the details, that is what our side project is for.
Well, about 2 years ago I connected with Tony. I met Tony through an old high school friend named Lindsay. At that time Tony was an up and coming graphic designer and a good one at that. Tony and I ended up developing a friends ship and noticed when we got together we could easily get lost in conversations about many things, design, cars, watches and ladies ( our ladies ) etc. One day Tony and I began to kick around the idea of opening a watch boutique but after some deliberation we decided it wasn't feasible at the moment. So in the meantime we decided to put together a website that is dedicated to everything watches. We will cut our teeth there and see how we like. It's still in the construction stages but we are trying to add content to it daily and clean all the cobwebs out asap. So head over if your interested and let us know your thoughts.
Lastly, I do plan to migrate this work to different url: fairly quickly so stay tuned for that as well.
Friday, January 21, 2011
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Web design and site architecture for Meyer Borgman & Johnson. I worked very closely with Ackmann & Dickenson once again on this project. I couldn't have been more pleased with how their development team executed both mine and MBJ's vison for their new site. New identity and branding was created and executed by the creative team over at Dreambox, a division of RSP Architects.
Posted by Price of Design at 8:19 AM
Monday, January 11, 2010
Working with Ackmann & Dickenson we redesigned Survey & ballot Systems web presence to fall in line with their new brand identity. It was quite fun and particularly easy to work with the new look and feel...way to go Capsule! Click here to take a peak at the site.
Posted by Price of Design at 1:18 PM