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Accounting for the brave.

Project by Dotvita, 2012 - 2014

Thriveal is a network of forward-thinking CPAs looking to disrupt their tired industry. Dotvita created a complete identity system and website that highlights its members, demonstrates a passion for the art of accounting and shares the quirkiness of its founder.

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Not all hippies and Douglas firs.

Project by Chris Vogel Design, 2006

While living in Oregon, I was often exposed to the not-so-idyllic aspects of the Beaver State. I think this shot of a house in Eugene’s Market District captures the gloom quite well. I blew out the levels and performed a bunch of post treatments to create a graphic novel-like aesthetic with a dark, noir atmosphere.

A trip across Europe in 1914.

Project by Chris Vogel Design, 2013

This map was designed for an article about Sir George Armytage’s escape from Germany after the outbreak of World War I. His journey began at an exclusive German spa and continued up the River Rhine, across the English Channel all the way to Yorkshire. To help readers get a sense of orientation, I designed a small icon set to illustrate key destinations featured within the article.

A focus on fandom.

Project by Dotvita, 2012 - 2014

FanTree is the place where fans and athletes connect. Whether it’s promoting exclusive products or raising money for charity, FanTree offers a robust platform for celebrities to directly speak to their followers.

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Refreshingly objective.

Project by Dotvita, 2012

The Pyre Post is a mixed media platform where free-thinking readers can enjoy distilled, fact-driven discussion of current issues. This was probably one of my favorite client experiences of all time.

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From all over the place.

Project by Chris Vogel Design, 2009

The YouthNited photo campaign celebrates the unification of cultures and nationalities across the globe, while simultaneously showcasing the personality of each individual. The countries represented include: Argentina, Brazil, Columbia, Costa Rica, France, Germany, India, South Korea, Taiwan, Turkey, Ukraine, USA and Venezuela.

Bring back nature.

Project by Chris Vogel Design, 2008

A dreary factory is transformed into a living natural environment through changes in color and form. The idea behind this piece was to communicate environmental awareness to a global audience. Not using words was therefore extremely important to me. I was excited to find out it made the shortlist for the 2008 Green Earth design competition organized by Design Boom.

Lensflares and fog...

Project by Chris Vogel Design, 2006

In 2006, I went through an intense digital composite phase. I spent a lot of time photographing buildings and landscapes with the sole purpose of clipping and reassembling them into digital matte paintings. It was a great exercise to practice fundamentals such as lighting and values.

Out in the boonies.

Project by Dotvita, 2012 - 2015

Outward Bound provides educational outdoor experiences that help develop essential life skills such as leadership, character and service. Back in 2011, Dotvita was hired to re-imagine the web experience for the Philadelphia and Baltimore schools. In addition, we created a 30-page educators guide to get prospective clients and donors excited about the program.

"...We all love it (...) This will certainly help push us forward..."

Ginger Mihalik, Executive Director

Rewarding feedback.

Project by Dotvita, 2013

Modern Message helps apartment communities tap into the social influence of their residents. The application rewards participants for spreading the word and promoting their apartment community on social media.

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The Pyre Post