Duygu Daniels, Sr. Designer & Strategist for Computer Vision Software
I love helping businesses with their product & service design challenges. Below you can find a selection of folks I've had the honor of working with.
Design ✧ Branding ✧ Creative Copy
B L O O M T A L E N T
I collaborated with Amanda Christoff, founder and CEO of this San Francisco-based talent agency, to create a website that communicates what makes Bloom Talent so special: their hands-on approach and meticulously tailored service. On projects ranging from style guides to printed collateral, we continue to join forces as the agency grows.
G H I R A R D E L L I S Q .
Jamestown's property Ghirardelli Square in San Francisco needed a fresh new website to encourage visitors to check out their growing list of vendors and experiences.
H E A V E N L Y W E L L
Healer and acupuncturist Bart Beckermann and I collaborated to make it easy for his patients to learn more about the different types of services he offers and to easily book a session in his Manhattan or Brooklyn locations.
G E A R U P
After a decade as the CEO of Macys.com, Kent Anderson began offering his extensive experience as a consultant. For his consulting service Gear Up, I designed a simple and elegant website for those interested in learning more and contacting him.
A L R I G H T S A T E L L I T E
In less than 12 hours, working with 4 team members, I helped create the AR/VR mixed reality experience "Alright Satellite," a tool for K-12 education. We won 1st prize at Hearst Media's VR- themed hackathon and presented to Hearst executives including CTO Phil Wiser during their inaugural Emerging Tech Huddle event, called “Why Media Companies Should Pay Attention to AR/VR”.
In addition to doing graphic work, I conducted the necessary research for AR/VR usage in K-12 education, laid out a detailed roadmap with a timeline & monetization strategy and designed the pitch deck for the Hearst presentations.