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Experience Japan

 

Branding, Photography and UI Design

 

A Japanese entrepreneur approached me to create visuals for an app he was developing. He had already engaged a developer and the UX was set, so I set to work creating assets.

He knew exactly what he wanted for the logo and provided excellent reference images. The logo came together swiftly.

After I had the icons, buttons and various other assets approved, it was just a matter of piecing together a few screens as a style reference for the developer and exporting all the assets they would need.

As the project was coming to a close, my client mentioned they wanted to take some photos of tourists to use for the app and marketing. I didn't know a photographer in Osaka, but I offered to organise the shoot myself.

We put out a call for models at a local hostel and set off to Shinoji Temple. For an amateur shoot we got some great results.

The results of our ad-hoc photo shoot.

The fastest logo design project ever, made possible by great reference images supplied by my client.

Some screens from the style reference supplied to the developer.

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