Maurice Design

Maurice Design

Web Design, Graphic Design & Advertising

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June 8th, 2016

bigbear mug photo
We designed a new logo, business cards and coffee mugs for the talented folks at BigBear, Inc. BigBear is a software design, engineering, and platform development company providing solutions for federal and commercial companies to process massive amounts of complex data.

bigbear logo

Consistent with the BigBear product and theme, the logo was designed as a large wrap-around imprint on the oversized mugs. Check out BigBear’s website at www.bigbear.io.

Now that’s the way to manage your brand.

(Special thanks to Diane and Jerry at LG Creative Promotions/Progressive Graphics for the mug production:-)

July 28th, 2015

We thoroughly enjoyed working with the super-talented team at Land Planning Solutions (LPS) to create their new responsive website. LPS provides land development services, civil engineering, residential design and landscape architecture services to Virginia and North Carolina. Their talent and expertise as well as passion for their work is very inspiring! Special thanks to the always wonderful Ellen McBride for copy and editing and our fave programming guru, Matt Conkle at Cova Services.

land planning solutions website

May 13th, 2015

 

bumblebee logo

Robin Ripley is a garden and food writer as well as co-author of Grocery Gardening and has just launched a new book, Wisdom for Home Preservers. Her blog, Bumblebee, is about her life in rural Maryland, her garden, cooking, dogs and pet chickens.

Robin asked us to produce a fresh, new logo and blog design. The direction for the new logo was “plenty of white space, sophisticated yet fun and eclectic”. The custom, hand-drawn illustration mixes a blend of old and new and we love the end result. We also just finished Robin’s new blog site. Check it out at www.bumblebeeblog.com.

May 13th, 2015

before pantone

 

In 1692, an artist created an 800 page book recording every color imaginable. The artist, known as A. Boogert, explains how certain hues change tone by adding 1, 2, or 3 parts water. The book was intended as an educational guide, according to Medieval book historian, Erik Kwakkel, and is an incredible work of craftsmanship and documentation. It is currently kept at the Bibliotheque Mejanes in France.

Check out the additional pages here. Enjoy!

May 10th, 2015

hearndon construction

We recently launched a new website for the nice folks at Hearndon Construction, known for quality yet affordable homes with many special features that are standard. The site is now responsive so it works well on tablet and phone and has new features to make the shopping experience easier.

Features include a Home Search section that displays all inventory with selected criteria to narrow down your search results. As prospects are viewing detail on a select home, additional options are shown for faster shopping. The new search area includes an admin tool for Realtors to edit inventory in page view and map view. The interactive maps and floor plans have a zoom feature, making navigation easier on kiosk monitors as well as tiny smartphone screens. Hearndon is now building at Dominion Meadows in the Grassfield area of Chesapeake and will have some new communities coming soon.