Do-Something? is a mobile application that provides punters with a resource to find curated events and things to do in Melbourne. The target market is tourists, travellers and people who are new to Melbourne. The app helps users to create a mapped plan for discovering great Melbourne culture.
OIC Cambodia is an NGO based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Their goal is to make speech therapy available to anyone who needs it by training a generation of Cambodian speech therapists.
Something? Something? Studios are currently working on a re-brand for OIC Cambodia. The focus is to create a clear and transparent brand with straightforward communication that is easy to understand.
Leadbeater's possum animation
Client: Swinburne University Location: Melbourne, Australia Scope: Animation When: 2016 Team: Jarryd Hood, Tahnee Phin and Ben Weisser
This animation promotes awareness about this key issues that faces the Toolangi region. We worked with the Wilderness Society of Victoria to define the issues and tell the story of the possums' habitat loss in an easy-to-understand way.
Share on Bazaar
Client: Share on Bazaar Location: Berlin, Germany Scope: Experience Design, Digital Design, Web Design and Branding. When: 2017 Team: Jarryd Hood, Nina Martin, Thorben Stieler, Rory McQueen and Talitha Thomas
Share on Bazaar is a social enterprise based in Berlin, that helps locals and refugees meet and learn from each other through a skill-sharing platform. The design process is iterative and puts the user first. Many rounds of design have been improved by user-testing and developing a strong understanding of the target market.
Client: Sengled Location: Australia Scope: Design concept, development and artwork When: 2016 to current Designer: Jarryd Hood
Sengled is a company that has a range of innovative products. To help the target market development and assist in their understanding of the Sengled products avaiable, we work on promotional materials that aim to inform and create a desire for Sengled's products and technologies.
Client: Nada Poljski Location: Melbourne, Australia Scope: Branding, web design When: 2016 Designer: Jarryd Hood
Nada Poljski is a Melbourne artist who creates artwork that reminds the viewer about society's increasing involvement with technology. The logotype uses a serif typeface to symbolise Nada's traditional artistic techniques and the dotted colour is similar to how Nada uses colour in her artwork. The website design is simplistic and clear to allow Nada's artwork to be the most impactful element on the website.
Client: Personal project Location: Daylesford, Australia Scope: Design concept, development and artwork When: 2013 Designer: Jarryd Hood
Alexander's collections is a typeface that was created while Jarryd was cleaning out his great grandfather's house (Alexander). This typeface is built from various miscellaneous items Alexander had collected throughout his lifetime.
The Pom Pommery
Client: The Pom Pommery Location: Melbourne, Australia Scope: Logo design, branding, illustration and packaging When: 2016 Designer: Jarryd Hood
The Pom Pommery sells handcrafted pom-pom accessories. The brand identity conveys the joyful attitude of the brand. Branded imagery is also created for The Pom Pommery's Instagram account and we are currently working on packaging for the Pom Pommery earrings.
Client: Crowd Count Location: Australia Scope: Animation, film editing, script writing, production When: 2016 Team: Jarryd Hood and Talitha Thomas
Crowd Count is a start-up company that analyses crowd behaviour to give event organisers key information that will affect decision-making, both during and prior to an event. To do this, Crowd Count uses a series of tools. Our challenge was to effectively communicate what capabilities the tools offer and how they could benefit event organisers. To create this promotional video, we had to first fully understand Crowd Count's products and services, to enable us to write the script. From there, we used footage that Crowd Count had captured during some recent events and created animations to help describe and illustrate what Crowd Count has to offer.
Client:Wabi-Cha Location: Australia Scope: Design concept, development and artwork When: 2015 Designer: Jarryd Hood
Wabi-Cha is a Japanese sparkling tea. The brand focuses on the ancient Japanese tea ceremony known as Wabi-Cha. Like the ceremony, the brand places great importance on sharing time with friends. The brand is youthful and full of colour, to draw in the appropriate target market.
e>er is a response to the brief provided by the International Society of Typographic Designers in respect of the issues surrounding the topic of death. e>er is a hypothetical company set in the year 2045 that provides immortality to is clientele. Ray Kurzweil (director of engineering at Google) hypothesises that immortality could be possible by 2045. The response to this brief uses Kurzweil's theory to create a business model. e>er is targeting futurists and designers through typography because they often have a sense of immortality, given that their work generally outlives them.
Client: Renegade Joe Location: Melbourne, Australia Scope: Design concept, development and artwork When: 2015 Designer: Jarryd Hood
The boys from the band Renegade Joe approached us to design their first EP cover and promotional material for the launch of the EP. The design drew on one of the tracks on the EP, 'Country Boys', and offers some visual representation of what people can expect to hear from the band.
Location: Australia Scope: Animation, script writing and illustration
When: 2016 Designer: Jarryd Hood
This animation provides information about the work and career of typographer Edward Johnston. The animation demonstrates skills in animation, script writing, editing and motion graphics.
Save the 90%
Client: Design Week 2015 Location: Melbourne, Australia Scope: Illustration, design concept, development and artwork When: 2015 Designer: Jarryd Hood
Save the 90% poster was a response to a competition brief that asked entrants to design a poster that would inspire other designers to take on more pro bono work.
Pasha's Turkish Grill
Client: Pasha's Turkish Grill Location: Melbourne, Australia Scope: Branding, illustration, artwork, type design When: 2014 Team: Jarryd Hood
Pasha's Turkish Grill is a modern Turkish bar and restaurant in Collingwood, Melbourne. This re-brand provided the restaurant with the opportunity to re-establish itself in the marketplace and appeal to a wider target market. The new brand adopts symbols of royalty, as Pasha means prince in Turkish. A custom-built typeface was created, inspired by the unique style of presenting food within the restaurant.