Make Your Data Center a Cloud Contender

Cisco and VMware required a site to educate customers who have only partially virtualised their Data Centers, about the benefits of completing the journey to the cloud.
Concept
 
The concept portrayed the virtualisation of your Data Center like the physical fitness of a human body. Human figures partially filled with red liquid represented Data Centers partially converted to the cloud. A completely virtualised Data Center was represented by a human figure full of green liquid.
 
 
Health Assessment

The assessment questions were designed as tiles that slid from bottom to top. To add variety—and make the questions interesting to answer—each one was given a different type of interface, like sliders and graphical multiple choice questions. 
Your results were displayed on a figure who would fill up as far as you scored.
 
Icon Family
 
The cloud is a well worn icon, but I managed to create some unique icons for the different parts of the site.
My Sweet Cuisine
BrandingTypography
My Sweet Cuisine is a French Pâtisserie in Bondi Beach.
Mesh
Branding
Mesh is an illustrious Sydney PR Agency led by Suyin Cavanaugh (formerly of Cav Con).
Charlotte Wahrendorf
Branding
Logo designed for a Danish weaver specialising in cotton and wool.
Various Logos
Branding
The Play Revolution
Branding
The Play Revolution go into any workplace that is suffering from disconnection and help them out of it through activities, creativity and play.
Magnus Omme
BrandingWeb Design
Logo and site designs for Swedish photographer.
BetEasy
BrandingTypography
BetEasy is Australia's last wholly owned Australian bookmaker.
The Game Just Changed
Branding
The only major Australian-owned wagering company in a landscape dominated largely by European players.
The Cloud Made Simple
Art DirectionIcon DesignWeb Design
HP wanted simplicity. They got dot-to-dot drawings.
Drivetime
BrandingInteraction DesignUI/UX
Drivetime is an exciting new app that reads aloud your news headlines, emails and tells you about oncoming traffic camera information as you drive.
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