South Fulton is a blooming little city next door to Atlanta, GA—by simply looking at a map you can be sure to overlook this little town and mistake them to be a part of ATL.
The goal in this campaign was to touch on various verticals and share how their little town can compete with their big brother. Utilizing stylized imagery along with a graphical structure, we were able to create a nice suite of creative assets for our client to utilize. The verticals that we wanted to concentrate on are the cities amenities, dining, residents, retail and small business. The demographics is primarily African-American so we chose images that spoke true to our target market and images that the AA market can relate to.
Every year graphic designers love to figure out what the next trend is in design and each year it the trends always seems to be skewed just slightly enough to make it different from the year before. I am definitely … Continue reading →
Tic-Tac-Tag (TTT) has come out with their second edition of “Wedding Wonders: Local picks from Chicago’s best wedding vendors” — Designed and developed by Jason Uzarraga. This brainchild was born after much interaction with different vendors from multiple events. “We … Continue reading →
Client Sidetrack Bar Miller Lite Activation Tic-Tac-Tag was invited to #Dragapalooza by Miller Lite to help promote and spread the word about #Dragapalooza on social media. Event Background Two nights, two stages, dozens of queens, hunky male dancers, and burlesque … Continue reading →
Tic-Tac-Tag (TTT) has come out with their first edition of “Wedding Wonders: Local picks from Chicago’s best wedding vendors” — Designed and developed by Jason Uzarraga. This brainchild was born after much interaction with different vendors from multiple events. “We … Continue reading →
My wife and I have recently launched a company that evolves the “Disposable Camera.” Having used disposable cameras during our very own wedding and receiving nothing but hard to see images and not-so-flattering shots—we were very interested in seeing what … Continue reading →
I love photography, from composition to positioning to lighting; there is so much that goes behind the scene. In this post I wanted to grab some interesting photos that I found online and distort it in a way that’ll make … Continue reading →
Found a few great eBooks from UXPin.com. A nice summary of today’s design trends for Interaction design. This eBook in particular contains: An actionable guide that explains the techniques behind interaction design trends. 36 examples deconstructed from Uber, Dropbox, Slack, … Continue reading →
Growing up I’ve always heard jokes that centered around the filipino accent. As an Art Director I wanted to illustrate these jokes in a modern, simple and clean way – I think I nailed it with icons, you be the … Continue reading →
Talking to a few developers about executional digital designs that I have concepted out which will utilize the blur effect, I was quickly told that “the only downfall will be that we cannot blur at all in with HTML5 and … Continue reading →