Website logos
At the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University, I designed dozens of websites and logos, striking a balance between conveying the site's content and being web-friendly. A selection of my favorite logos appears below.
A logo for the website “Understanding Sacrifice.” Funded by the American Battle Monuments Commission, the site serves as a portal for classroom teachers to share lesson plans and stories from summer site visits to WWII memorials in Northern Europe.
Martha Washington had a well-known fondness for damask fabrics imported from Europe. The website focused on her personal life.
Two concepts for a site for classroom history teachers that included a blog, videos, and lesson plans. The final version, left, was more flexible for online display.
This logo was created for the foundation connected to the Center for History and New Media. The brackets reference code.
The logo design was part of a make-over of a website and the addition of a blog.
The creative brief for the logo included not being overtly “feminine” and suggesting the power of community. Besides the logo, work included information and site architecture for a website and blog.
The logo design was part of a major overhaul of a portal site, including information and site architecture, design of multiple page templates for a variety of content types, and creation of a variety of graphic elements.
The logo design was part of a redesign of a website to include a blog, and membership, conference, and publications sections.
The logo design was part of design of a website powered by Omeka, a CMS built for historians.
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