A brand new job site for the Jakarta market, MyJob.co.id is developed in-house by the company I work for, Diagonal Network. This is the largest project I’ve tackled at the time, where we developed almost everything from scratch. Working with a team of programmers, I helped to create the whole visual identity, from the CSS to the souvenirs. It has recently launched so be sure to check it out!
A political party in Switzerland wanted to upgrade their website into WordPress, also with a redesign. The result was subtle, incorporating the green colors but with a modern look. They also asked to update their promotional materials, requiring digital imaging of portraits and printing layouts.
This non-profit organization aims to help children with their education. Care4Kids actually started in Australia, but now in 2012 they have offically setup in Indonesia. To launch their office here, they wanted their old website improved technically and visually. They also asked me to design and produce a new set of stationery and promotional items.
Sprint is an IT solutions company specializing in mobile banking. I started working at Sprint as a freelancer, commisioned to work on the icons for their client: CAR Insurance web app. Soon after, I signed a three months contract with Sprint where I helped with various graphic design needs from advertisements to websites. It was a pleasure to work with such nice people, and I learned so much as it was my first experience in web development on a larger scale.
Media 99 is a actually a freelance flag created by friends. The main business was printing and I was involved in the design side of things. I helped to create a new logo, a website and promotional tools during my short stay there. Media 99 is still run today by a dear friend of mine. In my three months there, I was also commissioned to design for clients such as:
- Aquarius Indonesia
- Indomobil Finance
- Royal Taste Restaurant
A cargo and transportation company wanted a new logo, and company tools to match. They requested a star shape and the result was a basic but solid logo. Brochures and stationery was created with a clean corporate style in shades of blue.
Gorgeous! was a free magazine with the concept of Jakarta’s Beauty Guide. I took part in this project since its inception and was responsible for the whole magazine layout and also visual branding of Gorgeous! Big names behind the magazine include photographer Jerry Aurum, who I had the pleasure of working with. Unfortunately, production stopped just after three month and the project was scrapped shortly after.