Drawn from nature, our colours form an integral part of our identity. They represent the unique biodiversity of New Zealand – our waters and skies, birds and wildlife, trees and flowers, and landscapes.
Whilst working at DOC I created an illustration library. Illustrations are an important tool in the DOC brand kit; they are used to support or clarify information. Stylised illustrations of species must be anatomically correct. They should also use DOC’s colour palette, and must include various textures.
Interpretation signs inform and enhance the visitor experience at a particular location or site. They are often placed further along a track or into a historic site and are designed to be encountered after a visitor has oriented themselves and read the relevant safety information.
This is a report on the operations of the Department of Conservation for the year ended 30 June 2019. This 150+ document included: typesetting, infographics, illustration, image searching and project management.
Playing cards with questions about the plants and animals of New Zealand. Each suit reflects the natural world of Aotearoa: flora, fauna, freshwater and marine.
Due to lack of budget and time constraints a full website redesign is not possible. Whilst working at DOC I have worked closely with the UX designer and developer to improve known problems and mitigate frustrations within popular pages on the website.