This is the new version of the PreferenceMatcher logo. The whole project is evolving and recently we launched the preferencematcher.org website
This project consist of graphic design and initial HTML/CSS mock up for a Web App. The basic concepts of the application are simply fantastic. I really enjoyed the time spent at the startup, learning the “way of the coder” and getting my hands dirty with HTML/CSS. This was a great experience to actually implement my designs and staying in direct contact with the coded version of my Indesign layout was probably the best webdesign school ever. Getting to know the limitations and work arounds of code is simply the best thing to do when you design for the browser.
On the actual application, it is kind of a CRM, built on top of bleeding edge technologies. Here you can see some images from my mock-ups, which were pixel-perfect implemented in code.
The ICT4Gov project was the first project I worked at the World Bank Institute. I was asked to create a logo, and therefore, continue to work on whole branding for that project.
ICT4Gov focuses on helping countries to implement participation programs, such as participatory budgeting processes, surveys, etc. with the use of Information and Communications Technologies. They have programs such as SMS voting in Niger, where people were able to vote on public surveys using SMS.
The main focus on the brand concept was to enhance the “participation” aspect of the program, and translating that idea to the project logo.
And here you can see some slides from presentations all over the word
I’ve been working with the Open Contracting team, to create the brand for this new and promising project in the World Bank Institute.
The overall goal of teh project is to increase transparency on public contracting, with the disclosure of the relevant information from pre-award activities all the way through implementation, allowing a much more effective monitoring and accountability for the results. In other words, it aims to make it easier for the population to have more knowledge on how the public money is being spent. Here you can see the graphic material designed for this project.
Here is the presentation video created by the Open Contracting team.