I wanted to share some of my recent work. I've been pretty busy.
I was asked by a new client the other day (who remembers my work from 2 years ago, but hasn't seen anything recent) if my work has a set 'look'....ahhh 'the look the job requires...' I wanted to reply! From the above*, it's clear that I don't.
I understand that some designers have a set aesthetic they work to, and that's great because that's often how and why they get hired. But for me, perhaps because I spent so long in advertising, I never acquired one. I know what I like and what I prefer but I don't ever force that onto my clients**. I work with my client's wants and needs and brand to create something unique every time.
I've had a lot of fun making a few stop motion animations lately, and cracked out the old After Effects as well, since I can now afford it. And when I have free time (I don't) I have been putting together a wedding book/album/finally!! thingie thanks to this great tip off from Pink Ronnie.)
*Please note I'm not counting the wireframe (second to last) as 'design'!!!
**I'm not suggesting other people do this either.