artsyrakel

artsyrakel

I'm a web & graphic designer hailing from the Orlando area. This is my work! Use the tags to find work in similar categories, years, and for the different agencies I've done work for.

Heidi’s Meatless Meatballs — the Meatball illustration for the logo was provided, I tweaked it, typeset it, chose the colors and fonts, and created the packaging layout. I really love how vibrant and fun this is! Plus, this product just got picked up from Whole Foods so be on the look out in the next few months :)

More Green & Tonic stuff

Charolette’s Nest needed a logo with earthy colors, birds, daisies and a thimble.
Charolette’s Nest needed a logo with earthy colors, birds, daisies and a thimble.

Charolette’s Nest needed a logo with earthy colors, birds, daisies and a thimble.

Mike’s Specialty Foods wanted a logo with a canvas tote filled with specialty food items like sausage, olive oil, vinegar, olives, cheese, pasta, bread, etc.
Mike’s Specialty Foods wanted a logo with a canvas tote filled with specialty food items like sausage, olive oil, vinegar, olives, cheese, pasta, bread, etc.

Mike’s Specialty Foods wanted a logo with a canvas tote filled with specialty food items like sausage, olive oil, vinegar, olives, cheese, pasta, bread, etc.

Permabit needed to redesign their website, and this time, we went from a flat file website to a content management system (it was long overdue). The content was also simplified and streamlined to provide a better user experience. I wanted to give the website a dark background to give the feeling like you were sitting in a theater. I’ve found that bright colors and photos can really pop on black. But, I still wanted to have the main copy on white because it’s easier to read (and on the eyes). Even though the site was pretty large and the changes from the previous version were quite substantial, they required a turnaround that was around 30 days…and we still delivered, because we’re awesome.

Jennifer Reynolds needed a way to showcase her beautiful portfolio, an integrated blog, and a way to share her story and process with her clients and potential clients. She wanted her logo and website to be classic, elegant and sophisticated so that it would appeal to her target audience — high end homes and offices.

IT.com’s branding is very simple, clean and modern, and so the website needed to reflect that. This website has no fluff — it’s direct to the point! To be honest, I’m in awe that they were able to secure a two-letter domain. You don’t see too many of those around!

This website is for Hal Valeche for County Commission. The website needed to have a warm, inviting and patriotic feel to it.

The Mortgage Firm is a real estate financing company. They needed a website that highlighted their company and why they are the best choice for homebuyers. The homepage focuses on testimonials that provide actual feedback on those who have used their company for a mortgage. A lot of real estate websites tend to have the same boring look to them, so for this design I drew inspiration from a freshly manicured lawn, and added a patch across the bottom of the website with a bit of sky also. The result is a very professional website with a unique twist.