Branding and Site Design for Tendy Law

Worksight created the visual identity and site design for this New York City based law firm. The firm provides a sophisticated, boutique outside general counsel practice advising midsized corporations, not-for-profits and financial institutions regarding all corporate matters. See the site design here.

Design Interview (Podcast)


Thank you Dave Hopkins for the pleasant interview!

itunes: 
https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-quickie-interviews-for-graphic-designers/id1463743075 
Spotify: 
https://open.spotify.com/show/6cX7gO7xbN2x2UKkZtVBQd?si=bRaCyjCTQt2szdswKXP_bA

Poster: The Way We Get By

Zenith Productions hired Worksight to design a poster for Neil LaBute’s The Way We Get By. The premise: Attractive singles Doug and Beth meet at a drunken wedding reception and end up having sex at the apartment Beth shares with her control freak roommate. Unable to sleep Doug wakes Beth in the middle of the night and the two share awkward conversation before she attempts to rekindle their intimacy. But when her advances are no longer reciprocated Beth demands to know why. Her probing elicits a very surprising response from Doug. Fast-moving, sexy and surprisingly poignant, The Way We Get By is a comedy about lust, life and love.

Aurelian Life

CBD is one of the principal compounds found in hemp that can have many health benefits such as reducing pain and inflammation, relieving anxiety and stress, and improving overall well being. Worksight worked with Aurelian to develop the naming, logo, and label series for this new and popular product. In fact, Aurelian is a premium CBD in terms of regulated, potent, and purity.

SPOTLIGHT ON THE 2018 WINTER GAMES: WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO DESIGN A MEMORABLE OLYMPIC EMBLEM?

Pratt Institute interviewed Professor Scott Santoro who shared his thoughts on the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics emblem and other exceptional examples from the past.

Pace University

An apple is a very popular image and has operated as a sign to represent knowledge (think Adam and Eve’s forbidden fruit), as well as to symbolize elementary education as in “an apple for the teacher,” and also as a sign of health as in “an apple a day.” Here, Worksight used the apple as a kind of piled-on-pride of successes for a Pace University’s School of Education brochure.