My team at work manages many different repos in production. Many of the Gitlab repos have no repo image to represent them, so I decided to channel my creative streak by creating all logos for all them in a single afternoon. All done using Sketch.
I had an idea for a logo today. It’s a logo for a wealth coaching service. Some of the keywords are monochrome, flat, typed and intriguing. Perhaps, it has too many texts. I think there is plenty of flexibility for shape and layout styling using the logo as the base. Here is the colour palette […]
I like the word Helvetica on my T-shirts a lot. I created some spotty ones a few months ago :D. Enjoy! Actually, = the font I used is not Helvetica. Can you guess what it is?
A few weeks ago, I was exploring how to use Sketch to create some simple outlines of what a dog face might look. Here is what I created. The triplets were born out of experimentation using basic shapes.
I need a new T-shirt. This new design captures my mood. You too can get one here.
The colour gradient is handy for creating sub-brands. It’s relatively easy, fast, and conventional. Also, stick with your colour wheel.
I had purchased a second-hand Brompton bike recently – a dream come true wohoo! The bike got me thinking about a new print for a T-shirt. I came up with this. You can get this design on T-shirt from here if you are so keen.