robwit.net

Rob Wittig: design.story

Navigation Menu

educational publishing

educational publishing

Posted by on Jan 21, 2011 in portfolio10, portfolio20, Work |

I was integrally involved in the prototyping, series design, design direction and creative direction of this ground-breaking, 10,000 page K-12 social studies program created for the socially progressive California market. I created the team structure and workflow for the project. I taught the system to teams of designers and editors and oversaw the...

Read More

b-to-b brochure

b-to-b brochure

Posted by on Jan 21, 2011 in Work |

For a high-level Chicago executive search firm I researched, wrote and designed this double-varnished business-to-business brochure as a leave-behind for potential clients.                      ...

Read More

directing photo shoots

directing photo shoots

Posted by on Jan 21, 2011 in portfolio10, portfolio20, Work |

Among my many duties at textbook developer Ligature Inc. was art directing photo shoots. I selected models, supervised the prop-gatherers, worked closely with the photographers (in this cover series we experimented with a rotating filter and double-exposure system) directing the blocking and propping and approving images.          ...

Read More

boo! a poster-poem

boo! a poster-poem

Posted by on Jan 19, 2011 in Work |

The materiality of visible language meets the ultimate de-materialization. A light-hearted look at a couple of little things we like to call “time” and “life.” I use extreme scale differences in the typography to nest variant readings inside the same large graphic object when seen from various viewing distances. view larger version...

Read More

horizontal scroll (digital)

horizontal scroll (digital)

Posted by on Jan 19, 2011 in Work |

El Dorado is an interactive travelogue that uses an often-overlooked feature of the web — a wide horizontal scroll. Part of an international collaboration with German graphic designers and writers, this piece plays off of my Hamburb-based guests’ astonishment at the endless flatness of the American central planes. We set out on a pilgrimage to...

Read More