Icons and Infographic for Binaytara Foundation in Washington state, a non-profit organization with the goal of bringing positive changes to people's lives by promoting health and education. The foundation aims to improve healthcare in resource-poor communities and improve cancer care worldwide by educating healthcare providers and the community.

Their upcoming major project is building the first phase of a new 200-bed hospital in Janakpur in Nepal.

The client was looking for an Infographic or organizing visual showing how the organization's divergent activities align with the foundation's mission.

After studying the information provided by the client: their vision, the achievements and the future plan, we deconstructed and reorganized the information, came up with design keywords based on the word mapping, and looked for the most effective way to present the data with a design element associated with Nepal and neighbouring regions.

People & Prairies is a website of Central Texas landowners partnered with Tarleton State University to improve and preserve the integrity of native wildlife and habitat on their property.

Site visitors can find the resources and progress of the work and learn about species inhabit in the area.

Prof. Taft is a professor of movement at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle. He works primarily with students in the Theater Department. It was a pleasure working with inspiring photos.


Greer’s Ranch Café serves southern comfort food in Stephenville, TX.

The Dawson Saloon: a single-story limestone building built in the early 1890s in the Historic Downtown Square of Stephenville, converted into this new restaurant and became a popular gathering place for locals.

We designed the logo and graphic for the restaurant opening.

Scott's Flowers on the Square has been a cornerstone of the Stephenville community since 1978. They voted the best florist in Erath County in Texas.

We redesigned the logo, built their initial website, and helped with store and vehicle signs.

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