Greetings. My name is Kiyo. It’s a Japanese name if you’re wondering. I am a UX|UI designer. Sometimes I'm a web designer. Sometimes I'm a product designer. Sometimes I'm a brand designer. Sometimes I wear all of these hats at the same time!
Slowtide created a new medium for art, catering to a love of the beach, nature, travel, and comfort. They took a category that was otherwise mundane and turned it into a work of art. Blending design and functionality, Slowtide collaborates with brands, artists, and photographers to bring beautiful, unique designs, all while maintaining premium, sustainable quality.
Tokyo Station is a Japanese food truck serving up authentic home-style dishes. The creation of the company was inspired by grandma’s home cooking and her bright personality. The branding reflects these qualities as well as being clearly Japanese. It’s important the branding doesn’t fall into the typical North American Japanese restaurant style.
The Just Water Project is a group of designs, both physical and digital, that is meant to help people navigate towards free, clean drinking water. This project is meant to give the same attention to free water as we do with bathrooms and parking.
Ecologyst, formally known as Sitka, started in 2002 as a Canadian surfboard manufacturer. Since then, Ecologyst has grown from being an overseas produced lifestyle surf brand into an environmentally conscious company who exclusively produces in Canada with the exception of California made surfboards.
Live to Surf is Tofino's original surf shop. Established in 1984, Live to Surf has been supplying surf gear to beginners and advanced surfers alike. Keeping up with the times, this family-owned business decided to re-brand and give their website a modern update.