A popular retail shopping center located in a predominantly young, latino community needed flyers to be generated each month showcasing coupon discounts offered by the center's retailers. Each month carried a different holiday or event theme, yet needed brand consistency for each press run.
The owner's previous website was a dated and rather unappealing HTML-driven website with little modern functionality. With the expansion of the networking group, the new website needed to supply members with a respository for membership information displayed only to active memebers. Additional needs included display of each member's headshot, professional biography, and contact information
CHALLENGE: To create a visual display that invokes the solemnity of having lost a loved one of Latin heritage to AIDS. Placing a single candle in the middle of darkness emblazoned with the much revered Virgen de Guadalupe icon conveys much with spare. The vector artwork required the perfect balance of light from the flame
Challenge: Create a site in short order that is user friendly, incorporates a countdown clock tied to the event date, contemporary in visual display, links to a third party registration module and offers merchandise for sale by a nonprofit. Visit the site. San Diego Beer Run
Previously, the shopping center client had little in the way of a brand identity. Looking to put forth a fun image that is also inviting to the surrounding, predominantly younger latino community, a palette of colorful warm tones and elements was incorporated into the new signage and other forms of collateral.
The owner of a new, popular and plush spa added their own signature line of body and bath products sold and used with female clients. The owner wanted containers that created a calm and soothing visual presence, yet had an element of femine contemporary.
FIVE created several newsletter publications custom tailored for various corporations and retail shopping center clients. Each project considered the owner's existing brand, issue content, and product or event photography processing. Content was created and/or edited to ensure reader engagement. In some cases, the entire piece had to be created, reviewed and put into production
When an internationally renowned classical music artist needed a new website, he was specific in his requests. The site should be masculine, contemporary, somewhat "edgy," easy to navigate, provide upcoming concert event information, guest speaker appearance information, and where relevant, ticket purchase for the event. Using a predominantly monochromatic palette with a golden yellow as