Brandon Ditto

Welcome to my design plog (picture blog)

I'll be updating this plog every so often to show everyone all the design work I have been doing in the graphic design field. I get some pretty interesting clients, in turn I get to create some pretty interesting solutions. I'll explain how I approached each problem and present to you guys my final solutions. I hope this section is inspiring to creative professionals and hobbyists alike.

Graphic Design January 12th, 2010  


This one time I had to do some graphic design.




In order to solve the solution I made some graphic design.


DANG IT! I can't get the image to display. I'm so bad at this!

Logo design for local Bakery December 10th, 2009  


There was this Bakery that wanted me to make a fucking logo. I was seriously really pissed off. I had a huge problem with this cuz I didn't want to do this at all. This was the problem of this particular project.




The best solution I could think of was to stop being mad about the problem and create a logo. I decided to make the logo look like food, because it was for a Bakery.

UPDATE: I CAN'T SEEM TO GET THE LOGO TO DISPLAY! I've checked tons of times to make sure the path is specified correctly and that I actually uploaded it to the server. I'm thinking because I made this on a Mac computer there is a weird color profile discrepency making browsers other than Internet Explorer 5.5 (greatest browser ever) unable to display it properly. Hopefully Apple creates a fix for this soon, so that you all can see my graphic design work! Ugh... Macs suck so bad!


Here is the final solution I arrived at.

Motion graphics for ESPN December 10th, 2009  


ESPN came to me to redesign their motion graphics during Sports Center. I was super-pissed off because I have a problem with Sports. When I was young I hated Sports. Since then I have hated Sports.




The only thing I could think of was to try watching Sports. I didn't really want to, so I didn't watch any Sports. The solution that worked best for me was to ignore the subsequent e-mails from ESPN until they ceased.


Nothing to show here since the graphics were never created.