Odineva works in many types of mediums such as: interior design, graphics, photography, and event planning. Artistically, the client wanted to have all mediums represented in the logo and this is what I came up with. It is now, their main logo.
The Montys is a black tie event for SDSU’s alumni association. The front of this invitation is a vectorized render of the US Grant because that is where the event is being held. The inside has a nice chandelier to reminisce the inside of the US Grant. The RSVP card uses the same idea as the inside of the invitation.
Custom made logo Made for Made In International. Made In website. Custom made header with quick “cart” integration on the top left. Slider showcasing products. Room at the bottom for extra links, calendar, and blog entry.
Based off the original logo but was given better spacing and placement.
Complete redesign of website with social icons, new nav on top, slider, latest product post and blog. Finally, a quick contact area so customers can contact them without having to navigate away from homepage.
Logo created for local San Diego Charity. Out of three logos that all worked well for them, they chose logo #1. Why this logo was picked over the rest is because this logo represented the actual location of the charity. The two lines making the cross represents Ash street and 3rd Street and the logo is positioned exactly where it would be on a map. What is below is various media in which their new logo works.
What started Kitchen Assassin was my love for sushi and the art of Japanese cuisine. Developing from Packaging class at SDSU, I came up with a do-it-yourself Asian cooking kit. This kit went through many different names and directions. I hand crafted this box myself and created two trap doors that exposed two different knifes and a chopstick and spice section. The entire outside flap is a cutting board, so the consumer could virtually take and use this product anywhere. When first opened, Kitchen Assassin provides a quick booklet of contents and a story to go along with the assassin concept.
These syringes show the distinction between being overly infected with technology and the various levels below that. The syringes are to represent batteries from low to full infection levels. Two different designs of battery levels are shown.
Logo made to reflect clients want of representing the “mission” as a building. The website is setup as an easy to use 1, 2, 3 system. A person can upload a photo of them and have a doctor prescribe help with their acne in one place.
The Rise of an Unknown Disease is an infographic project designed to bring awareness about how our lives are influenced by technology. The poster and brochure highlight information about how to know if you are infected by technology and suggestions for change. The main graphic model used in this infographic is a human brain with the technology side and human side.
In the brain are various words and text along with both circuits and veins. The USB cords work as a graphic model showing ages and percentage of dependence on technology at that age. The title blends clean text with a more humanistic script text. The background of the poster is made from overlapping circuits, and within the circuits are words that make up sentences.
Logo designed for an architecture company. The “&” has a background reminiscent of a house and the colors represent construction. Website as seen on an iPhone, complete with popup comment box where a client can quickly contact the company. As you go down this website will show about the company and various links as well as a beautiful website head photo.
How to Improve Your Life is a self-help/depression campaign that helps individuals with these problems and lends a shoulder to those in need. This company started as a poster and grew into many different applications. The organization creates public awareness using easily seen street signs and marketing apps. The design uses an actual plant that makes up the word “life” in the logo.
VNR is a internet company that owns various hotels. This logo was created to give a sense of rigidity much like a building. Here is their website on a mobile. The top menu cascades down to an opaque view of other links. There is a slider that shows all their locations. Under that, you will see information about VNR and an area where you can be notified of new deals that come out.
Dangerous is a two-day concert event with various bands. This concert has several applications like shirts and wristbands. On the poster and brochure there is also an invitation to an after party called, “The Night Throwdown,” and both logotypes make a diagonal crack throughout the yellow block. The color scheme is attention grabbing and symbolizes the idea of caution. This mood plays to the type of bands playing which are various heavy rock bands.
M.Roche is a local business to Palm Desert. Owner has a physical store and needed a website that would represent her and serve as a online shopping cart. Here you can see the way the header is animated. The idea here is to reflect M. Roche;s style and fashion. The actual store is the same purple that is on the background of the site. The store also has the same lights. The whole website is visible here and shows the simplicity of the store front. During the whole visit to the site the lights are flashing.