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Design Portfolio of Travis Winn, based in Seattle, Los Angeles, & Costa Rica.

Design Portfolio of Travis Winn, based in Seattle, Los Angeles, & Costa Rica.

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  • 1. Travis Winn 1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com !!"!"
  • 2. Picasso’s Women, 2007Fifty-six page catalog for gallery in Bev-erly Hills. One of over sixty cataloguescreated over eight years. All design,layout, editing, photography, typography, 16 if you want topre-press delivery to printer. We had skip forward, buteight to ten shows a year that required remember thatcatalogues or brochures, newspaper, publishing a bookmagazine and web advertising, invita- is in some ways liketions, etc. They were essentially similar creating softwareshows each year, the challenge was to in the sense thatwork within a conservative minimalistic there are multipleclient guidance yet keep the designs versions before theinteresting under tight deadlines. )3"4&5*-6.7+&"36& any edit towardsIn addition to the design, I set up an in- the end can messhouse photo studio and photographed something else up.over 10,000 color correct pieces of That is what at-artwork and integrated it into the data- tracted me to this!"#$%&&($&)*#+&,-.*&/$"*#0&1&2"33."44/& job after seven years of designing for the web fromprogrammed the 1000+ page website, 1995-2002, I began as a web/UI designer andbut someone else took over the website then went to print, not the other way around. Theeventually. amount of details to editing of these books was im- mense.The more edgy designs begin after page Travis Winn   1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com ! !" Travis Winn 1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com !!"!"
  • 3. Travis Winn   1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com ! !" Travis Winn 1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com !!"!"
  • 4. Travis Winn   1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com ! !" Travis Winn 1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com !!"!"
  • 5. Travis Winn   1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com ! !" Travis Winn 1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com !!"!"
  • 6. Travis Winn   1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com ! !" Travis Winn 1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com !!"!"
  • 7. Travis Winn   1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com ! !" Travis Winn 1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com !!"!"
  • 8. AE Digital Networks, 2000 Project Alma, 2008The design above for AEDigital MediaNetworks is old, but considering it was either 1999 or2000 I feel that the design was pretty ahead of it’s time. I did all of the graphics includingthe logo work pretty much in a few hours in one sitting. For a one person operation (AEDig-ital Media Networks was one person), I feel like it made it look important. Quite a contrastfrom the years on Rodeo Drive at Galerie Michael, but being well rounded as a designerboth in traditional contexts and in vanguard design and software development is important.Flyer design is a lot of fun, I did this one for a friend as a side project. After so many artcatalogues it was nice to do something “cool” and edgy again. I liked the art cataloguesbecause of the scholarly essays and the actual art I was around and photographing onRodeo Drive. When I have good guidance and data provided, I can produce extremely fast.Especially under pressure. Designing and laying out 60 page catalogues sometimes in less+($3&+(*$$&8$$9#&:374.6:3;&$6:+:3;&:#&*$"4&5*$##.*$%&&<-:3;&+($&)3"4&7-4-*&7-**$7+:-3#&8"#&always fun because the job was almost done. Travis Winn   1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com ! !" Travis Winn 1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com !!"!"
  • 9. The Last Supper Club, 2000 Photos of television and animation installation at nightclub, logo anima- tion keyed out so that can be run over miscellaneous video. After Effects, Illustrator & Photoshop. Seattle night- club. Beginning in about 1997, I did art and video installations in night clubs, events and galleries. The technology at the time was pretty analog, but it was a lot of fun. I remember the ex- Genmobi, 2007 7:+$2$3+&-,&!./:3;&+($&)*#+&=:*$8:*$& Mockups of Java UI interfaces for de- native Mac and troubleshooting Final velopers, Silicon Valley startup. Cut Pro 1.0. System 9 kind of sucked. This now defunct company got me in- It kept me abreast of the coming digit- terested in mobile phone design and al video revolution while I was working the limitations that are imposed by with companies like Encoding.com small screens. Lately I have been at- (Loudeye) and having art installations tending introduction Java and Python at COCA, William Traver Gallery and classes at iTunes University as well as Consolidated Works in Seattle, and HCI graduate classes from Stanford later in Los Angeles with a few instal- on iTunesU. No student debt, Ma! lations and a documentary in a cou- 54$&-,&)42&,$#+:>"4#&+($*$%Travis Winn   1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com ! !" Travis Winn 1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com !!"!"
  • 10. Genmobi, 2007 This company was an interesting one based in Silicon Valley. I met it’s co-founders at the Coffee Bean in Beverly Hills by chance. I happened to be wanting to get more into tech again at the time and they needed a UI Designer for their website and mobile java apps to work with their programmers.So, I went up to Palo Alto and San Jose and did some meet- ings and cranked out these designs on the side while keeping my day job. It was kind of fun to do something a little more innovative than art catalogue design. ?-#+&5$-54$&6-3@+&*$"4:A$&:+&!.+&)3"4&*$#.4+#&4:9$&-3&+($&4$,+&,*$B.$3+4/&(">$&"3&CD&4"/$*& Photoshop document behind it. It’s not programming, but it’s pretty complex in the back- ;*-.36&+-&2"9$&+($&)3"4&-3$&#:254$&4--9:3;&5";$&4--9&"36&,.37+:-3&;*$"+%&&E&,$8&#7*$$3& shots of the process are shown. A great book I am reading called “Designing Interactions” !/&F:44&?-;;*:6;$0&,-.36$*&-,&1<GH0&#5$"9#&-,&6$#:;3@#&:3I.$37$&"36&:25"7+&-3&+$7(3-4-;/%Travis Winn   1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com ! !" Travis Winn 1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com !!"!"
  • 11. Origin, 1999 A 15,000 person consultancy based in the Netherlands, Origin needed some concepting for an ad agency based in Seat- tle, working with art directors I came up with mock-ups and ideas.Travis Winn   1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com ! !" Travis Winn 1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com !!"!"
  • 12. Sucker Punch, 1999A Redmond based video game company. Design layout and programming of website. Thisis not anything like the website I made, but just a fun idea I liked, the site I programmedwas very straight and corporate. Microsoft, 1996, 1997, 1999 These were some layouts for an ad agency, in addition I worked as an HTML programmer/designer on Visual InterDev 1.0 onsite at Microsoft on their )*#+&%EJK&6$>$4-52$3+&+--4&,-*&$:;(+&2-3+(#"36&6:6&#-2$&?"7*-2$6:"&<:- rector design and animation for Microsoft as a vendor a year later. Travis Winn   1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com ! !" Travis Winn 1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com !!"!"
  • 13. Titus Fine Art, 2006This was an in-house website for Galerie Michael. Titus Fine Art was a wholesale division ofGalerie Michael. All design, layout, CSS, site architecture and programming. Thomas Paul Fine Art, 2003 This was a website for an art consultant. All design, layout, CSS, site architecture and pro- gramming. Travis Winn   1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com ! !" Travis Winn 1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com !!"!"
  • 14. Travis Winn   1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com ! !" Travis Winn 1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com !!"!"
  • 15. Travis Winn   1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com ! !" Travis Winn 1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com !!"!"
  • 16. Glenn Richards, 2000Large Flash, HTML website, workedas designer, art director & producermanaging an illustrator and Flashprogrammer/designer. Two hundredpage website. Travis Winn   1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com ! !" Travis Winn 1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com !!"!"
  • 17. Travis Winn   1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com ! !" Travis Winn 1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com !!"!"
  • 18. Travis Winn   1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com ! !" Travis Winn 1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com !!"!"
  • 19. Thank you for getting this far and taking the time to look at my portfolio.    I look forward to hearing from you   Travis Winn  1­310 ­500 ­8336   !" travis@nio.comTravis Winn   1­310 ­500 ­8336  travis@nio.com ! !"