Lindsey Black Interiors : Wordpress design & development by K Brandon Bell (most photos by Selavie Photography)

Branding, cards & website for Lindsey Black Interiors

I worked closely with Lindsey on her branding & website over the past few months & I’m excited about the results.

The logo is clean & simple, with the mark referencing physical space, walls, windows…

The WordPress-based website is responsive, minimal, & built around the startup nature of the consultancy. It’s also built to grow quickly.

Selavie Photography website

WordPress Websites

A collection of theme-based Wordpress websites, fully customized and implemented for a variety of clients here in Memphis, from interior designers GCD to perennial favorite Soul Fish Cafe, neighborhood mainstay Young Avenue Deli to DIY experts Me & Mrs Jones.

Logo & Website for Beale Street Studios

Logo system & website for Memphis-based creative/production company

I worked with Beale Street Studios to completely update their logo system…and from there to create a modern, fresh & mobile-friendly portfolio websiteto show off their work.

The site is easy to update and built on Wordpress, and the logo system below includes some few designs that weren’t selected for the final product.

Logo, branding, packaging & WordPress web design & build for Relevant Roasters

Relevant Roasters logo, website, packaging

Design & development of logo, branding, mobile-friendly e-commerce website & packaging for brand spankin’ new craft coffee roaster. All photography by Sarah Rossi-Bell of Sélavie Photography.

Logo, branding, website & packaging design

Lots of fun design for start-up craft coffee company Relevant Roasters, which has just been acquired by French Truck of New Orleans.

I initially started working with them on the logo, and went on to build out packaging and a very enjoyable mobile-friendly e-commerce website that was built to grow as the product line did.

Robin Hood Foundation : live interactive data visualization

Robin Hood Foundation Live Graphics

Live Interactive Motion Graphics 2009, 2010 & 2011

For 3 consecutive years I implemented custom live solutions for this incredible charity event.

In partnership with Brian Oakes Design and Robin Hood, this series of applications was created for the Robin Hood Foundation’s Gala charity extravaganza, held at NYC’s Javits Center.

The challenge was to develop remotely-controlled motion graphics that could display live event information on a series of 20-foot projection screens. As attendees donated their money and/or time, the results were displayed on demand, in real time, through these custom apps.

More info on the first event >>