Design

Couple Has Designs for Creative Endeavor

Greg Larose at New Orleans City Business recently did a feature on JAM Creative and SHULTZILLA co-owners, Jeremy and myself titled Couple Has Designs for Creative Endeavor. The article was featured in the October 19, 2012 weekly issue. 

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19 Oct 2012

Launched: Salú

Launched: Salú

We just launched a new website for Salú Small Plates & Wine Bar! This tasty site design adds a nice touch of flavor to their already delicious menu. In addition to the menu, site users can easily find directions, and hours of operation, as well as be in the know about upcoming events and specials.

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Launched: SHULTZILLA

We recently launched a re-design of the SHULTZILLA website, a fully responsive e-commerce site. Responsive web design is a newer way to build sites to accommodate for the different sizes at which site users will view a site- desktop computers, tablets, and smart phones.

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04 May 2012

Rum House Menus

Rum House Menus

We recently completed the new design for The Rum House menus. We’re very pleased with how they look. We carried out the Caribbean-inspired brand of the taqueria and rum house. We had a celebratory dinner at The Rum House. I had The Rum House salad—spinach greens, goat cheese, walnuts, sweet potato, beets, and a curry dressing. Mmm.

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Color Trends: Fall 2011

The colors of the 70s are on their way back. Consumers are picking up the items [furniture, paint, clothes, etc] that have colors that mimic our economy’s need to use the basics. This means there is a plethora of earth and vegetative tones popping up everywhere. Not only are the colors of fruits and vegetables coming to light thus far in 2011, but ... Read More

Well Look At That!

The kind folks at Abduzeedo gave us a shout out on their “Sites of the Week” post last week. We’re pretty stoked about being selected for the site. The founder of Abduzeedo is a Senior Designer at Google.

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05 Apr 2011

Bauhaus

Bauhaus

“Bauhaus,” the school in Germany that operated from 1919 to 1933, technically means “School of Building.” Despite this name, the school did not have an architecture department the first five years it was open. The style of Bauhaus is arguably the most influential styles of modern architecture and design.

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Typeface You Must Know: Torino Pro

Torino Pro is a nice throwback to the vintage era. This fancy little number is a modern revival of  Didone, which was originally designed in 1908. Torino Pro has a seemingly effortless look of “old world.” We see this font as being used for a purposefully vintage designed piece; or, perhaps a piece that is reaching for a timeless look. Either way, it ... Read More

Typeface You Must Know: Code

Code is one of the top twenty typefaces for 2011. This san serif typeface is very clean and modern. The family only comes in uppercase, but we think that will definitely help cut down on it becoming too trendy, because as with any typeface that only comes in uppercase, Code should be used sparingly.

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