Vessels made to inspire slowing down and celebrating the softer ways of life are the core of Two Hands Full, a Tacoma based pottery studio owned by Amelia Wrede Davis. The origins of Amelia’s brand come from an organic, illustrated logo designed by her mother. Wildern’s focus for the redesign of Amelia’s website was to honor the genesis of her brand while introducing modern design solutions. Through illustration styles inspired by the original logo, Wildern created subtle animations, paired with elegant transitions and a neutral color palette, to create an experience matching the ethos of Amelia’s products and mission.
The International Living Future Institute is the authority on green building. The organization is responsible for creating and maintaining content for it’s diverse programs and certifications for users around the world. Wildern designed and developed a robust and forward-thinking, web based, content management solution around WordPress to digitize and organize content past, present and future. Living Future continued to partner with Wildern on additional projects to create unique digital experiences such as an interactive map powered by crowd sourced data and API for their growing database of ecologically responsible building products.
Jojo Wear is an affordable and durable children’s clothing brand made to move. Wildern was the creative partner responsible for translating the founders vision and bringing the gender-neutral brand to life. From logo and identity to product design, packaging, photography, and E-commerce store– Wildern designed, directed, and produced the entire collection for Jojo Wear.
Formerly known as the Seattle Angel Fund, the SeaChange Fund team came to Wildern looking for an end-to-end rebrand. First, we worked with them to define their visual brand values through the Wildern Brand Lab Workshop. These values then became the cornerstone of their brand and heavily influenced the visual direction. The Great Blue Heron; the official bird of Seattle and a symbol of wisdom, prosperity and determination was an obvious albeit unique choice to serve as the foundation for their brand.Among a competitive landscape of dry, corporate brands the intent was to create a fresh, unexpected identity with the specific goal of creating a vibrant and captivating digital experience.
Getty Images Gallery is a London based gallery owned by stock photo giant Getty Images. They showcase and sell high-end prints from famous photographers such as Slim Aarons and Thurston Hopkins. Getty approached us to design and develop their new gallery website with a unique challenge: adhere to their established brand guidelines, yet design something for the gallery that feels unique and distinct.From art direction to wireframe flows, we were responsible for designing and developing the user experience and the visual identity for the site, while ensuring the WordPress back end was built around a smart digital asset management solution for use by the Getty team.