Anne Bronton is a danish furniture/interior designer and one of my first clients. We have developed a visual identity for her brand which stands for danish quality with minimalistic details. See our final result with identity, website, and packaging. Anne Bronton is a great new furniture designer graduating from VIA Design School 2020 and established her brand in 2018.
The primary challenge was that the brand is fairly unknown and new to the target group. Therefore a clean and professional visual identity was needed to span over the website, social media, and presentations. My job is to communicate beliefs in visual communication
Street Coffee is a small coffee shop chain in Aarhus with four locations. They are authentic, modern, and cares about the important stuff. I’ve worked with the fictional case; the launch of a new blend that included packaging design and commercials. I’ve used AR and VR to create elevated user interactions and 3D scenes to enhance interest and understanding in the coffee making from start to finish.
FLID tools is a startup company designing sustainable hand tools made in Denmark. They are a new company with a lot going on. In my time with FLID tools, I had the responsibility of their social media strategy and visual style in image and video content. I’ve designed their new website and webshop which communicate their mission and products.
I’m passionate about communicating core values through graphic design.
About me as a graphic designer and visual communicator
I thrive while problem-solving and creating visual concepts with a special focus on sustainable products and methods. People who have worked with me call me a nerd, and that’s true because I do my research and like to gain new knowledge.
Other words to describe me would be ambitious, competitive, reliable, and independent. I’m curious by nature, therefore, I welcome new challenges so feel free to write me an e-mail if you have a project you want me to be a part of.
I graduated from VIA Design School in Herning, Denmark as a design technologist in 2019 with a specialty in Visual Fashion Communication. The courses included material properties, typography, illustration, print, and packaging design.
I’ve later studied at VIA Design School in Aarhus, Denmark as a top-up, so I have a BA in Visual Communication Design. I’ve gained more experience in the following courses exhibition design, packaging design, corporate visual identities, Sustainable Development Goals, 3D rendering and animation, campaigns, and conceptualizing.