Today I'm working on a quick-turnaround rebrand for a popular Houston eatery. The Ruggles Green franchise has been a local staple for years, but one of their locations is reopening under a new name and new look – and that's where I come in! I'm working with their original logo, but everything else is fair game for a refresh. Here's a sneak peek at my inspiration board and preliminary dinner menu design.
Working with Killen's Barbecue has been so much fun! Kimberly Park Communications brought me on board to design the logo, brand identity, print collateral, menus, and email marketing campaigns for this wildly popular barbecue joint outside Houston, Texas.
I'm so happy with how everything turned out, and it has been super exciting to watch the restaurant rack up accolades and gain national recognition since I came on board. Here are some bits and pieces from the project, as well as preliminary (very rough!) logo ideas and my visual inspiration.
Head over to my project page to see more!
I'm excited to finally post some new work! As all designers know, prepping a portfolio project is an arduous process. A task that constantly gets pushed aside in favor of client work. This month, I vowed to set aside a couple hours each week dedicated to "in-house" project management... and it worked! I'm pleased to share the first of many to come...
Team Lewis & Partners hired me to create the logo, brand identity, website, marketing collateral, apps, interactive media, and environmental design for SR Ranch, an Austin-based master-planned residential community that opened in 2014. Here are some bits and pieces; you can view the whole project here! I also thought it might be fun to share my initial inspiration and sketches.
Be sure to check out the rest of the project here!