I did some work for a friend’s startup triv.io. It’s a cloud-based data storage and manipulation platform. It’s like having a dumptruck to take your data back and forth from the cloud! I went with an origami theme for this one.
The site is just one long sign-up page, but the header follows you around as you scroll. You can also click the invite button to scroll down to the email sign up.
Here are the business cards I made for the Zeep guys. I got called out for the styluses, but I guess back then there was still a chance some mobile devices had them, so I don’t feel too bad. I got these printed in China with rounded corners, they turned out great!
The Post-it on the back is there for notes.
As co-founder and VP of Pixels of Zeep Media, I was in charge of basically everything visual. Here’s a roundup of some of what I made.
Name & Logo
The name Zeep Media came out of day-long brainstorming session (read: beating my head against desk). I think it references the sound of a cell phone when it both beeps and vibrates on a hard surface.
I was in charge of designing and implementing the HTML/CSS layer of the website, as well as light front-end programming duties.
The homepage was meant to get potential advertisers going right away. They could fill out their ad copy and move directly to the next step of creating their first campaign.
How it works
This is a step-by-step explanation of the campaign creation process. I included it to show some of the icons and illustrations I made.
Creating a campaign
This is one of the steps in our “wizard” style interface for creating a campaign.