The 1 on 1 Index is a recently launched website that aims to connect soccer players with private coaches nationwide. I wanted strong and dynamic visuals throughout the site when deciding on the graphics/layout as well as a bold and colorful logo that incorporated a soccer ball graphic.
To promote their 2012 Season Ticket packages I designed a series of flyer concepts for the Boston Breakers that were based around the supporters themselves with each flyer giving a different message associated with dedication and enjoyment associated with supporting the team.
As part of the expansion of Soccer Aspect I designed logos for Basketball Aspect & Sports Aspect that all fit in with the existing design appearance and identity.
I designed a logo for Number 1 Goalkeeping; a recently launched soccer training service specializing in goalkeeping training. The focus of the logo is on the #1 (traditional shirt number of a goalkeeper) constructed out of goalkeeping gloves and gives an instant visual clue as to the identity of the company.
I designed logo variations for Soccer Aspect. A start up soccer-specific video website that enhances player, team and coach development as well as showcasing youth players when submitting video to prospective college coaches during the recruitment process.
The Awards Booklet is an annual publication put together by Mass Premier Soccer, featuring the various awards given out by each teams respective coach for the past year. The front cover design features the home and away MPS shirts with #20 and #10 on the reverse to represent the 2010 Awards Booklet.
I worked with the Essex County Youth Soccer Association (Massachusetts) to redesign their logo and give them a fresh, updated image.
The Programs Brochure is a promotional piece highlighting all MPS Programs available in 2010. I’ve used an Adidas Tango Soccer Ball graphic that I designed on all pages to give a consistent look throughout as well as action photography provided by Brian P. Smith.
The Kreased Typeface was inspired by a collection of Typefaces I originally created back in 2004. I've taken my favorite elements from my original designs to create the Kreased Typeface. The two versions of Kreased are now available to download from my site. Please click the links below each image:
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