This EntreMate logo was created in unison with a landing page design for a start-up company of the same name. The design was projected orthogonally in Google Sketch-Up and finished in Photoshop exclusively for web use.
Originally created for a hybrid photo editing and postscript RIP software application marketed by Pixo Arts Corporation, this logo became the trademark for the turnkey system designed around the Picaxo software application. In a former life Picaxo software was marketed as Pixo Foto, and competed briefly with Adobe Photoshop, and Aldus Photostyler as a photo editing software application during the mid 1990’s.
For The Love of Your Biz Web Site
For The Love of Your Biz commissioned Rossman Art to build a WordPress site for their Biz, as they call it. Being a social platform promoter, FTLOYB was a perfect candidate to start a blog style website on the WordPress platform. Geralyn Miller Design collaborated with Rossman Art to produce the graphic assets for the site pages which reflect the existing branding that FLOYB already uses on social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter, and in their marketing materials.
Link to the website here (http://ftloyb.com/).
Lyttleton Inn Landing Page
The Lyttleton Inn commissioned Rossman Art to design a landing page loosely based on brochures they had already printed. The layout is simple with wording and images that match the brochures with a responsive background image. The call to action is the most important part of the page. It links to Lyttleton Inn’s booking engine where all reservations are made, and to reviews from Trip Advisor. The live site can be viewed here (http://www.thelyttletoninn.com/).
Rethinking the Way Work Works - Infographic
Rethinking the Way Work Works
Rossman Art designed this infographic for IBM to help them introduce clients to a streamlined work solution that embraces work flexibility and social engagement. Its purpose is to accompany articles that discuss how IBM is innovating in this area through new cloud based social engagement tools.
Here is an excerpt from an article by IBM that explains more about this methodology:
IBM News room – 2014-08-04 IBM Delivers Analytics and Workforce Science to Help Clients Improve Organizational Performance – United States
NEW YORK, N.Y. – 04 Aug 2014: IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced new cloud-based solutions and a Talent and Change consulting practice to enable organizations to use analytics and workforce science to identify top talent, deepen employee engagement and manage transformational change to provide differentiated client experiences.
Infographic: Rethinking the Way Work Works.
The new offerings are delivered through IBM’s Smarter Workforce initiative and draw upon the company’s 25 years of workforce science expertise, a discipline that helps clients apply proven behavioral science, statistical analysis and psychological principles to improve employee engagement and organizational performance. In tandem with the new Talent and Change practice, which is backed by 1,600 change management experts, the offerings are also supported by more than 100 behavioral scientists dedicated to helping clients use social, analytics and digital experience technologies to identify top performers, evaluate workforce readiness, and guard against future talent attrition.