Red Antler wanted to create a brand experience that could inspire a movement towards healthier, more balanced living. Bright colours and organic textures bring energy and vibrancy to the all-natural products.
If it’s on display, you’re more likely to use it. Red Antler made sure every aspect of the packaging was beautiful and simple, as well as sustainably sourced. Packaging designed in collaboration with Scott Chapps and Dale Trigger.
InBloom Kalgoorlie was an existing eCommerce client at enflexion who had a significant amount of regular customers ordering through the their smartphones. They already had quite a capable responsive website however wanted a new and contemporary experience for their customers to purchase flowers through a native application direct from their iPhone.
The design was kept as simple as possible by taking all the fundamental steps in the ordering process from their website and presenting them in a more intuitive progression through the application. The result was a faster eCommerce process, which has been successful in providing their mobile customers with a more efficient and rewarding mobile experience. Designed by Andrew Bray, while at Enflexion.
In this project Sara Emilie Spon created an app for taking control of all the smart devices in a modern home. By knowing the users daily routine and exact location, both in and outside the home, Tacle helps the user to find the exact device the user wants to interact with. The app also monitors the energy use of each of the smart devices, making it easy to spot devices with an extensive energy consumption level.
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Photos by: Lise Balsby
Maja Bastian & Moa Liukkonen
Zac Frackelton is an established photographer from London whose portfolio has successfully grown to encompass beauty and portraiture. Through his personal work Zac is able to pursue his other passions as a photographer, including cityscapes, landscapes and still life.
Zac commissioned Socio Design to develop a visual identity, website and blog that reflects the nature of his fashion-oriented work and provides a platform for his other projects. The result was a minimalistic identity centring on an adaptive logotype that could shorten and change orientation to suit its application.
On digital collateral, the logotype also offers a dual purpose, acting as a watermark and thereby protecting the images from unlawful use. Printed material by Avenue Litho.