|Kim Hogan||I am a Florida-raised morning person and multidisciplinary designer based in New York. E-mail me for a PDF portfolio, resume, work inquiries, or just to chat.
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Maialino, an award-winning trattoria located in the Gramercy Park Hotel, was in need of a website redesign. My team worked with the user experience and development teams to conceptualize and design the website, which features custom typography and illustration and live, responsive menus.
Porchlight is Union Square Hospitality Group's first stand-alone bar. After designing the branding and collateral, we were tasked with translating the southern voice and vintage aesthetic to their website. We created a vocabulary of custom illustrations that extends from the menus to the website, and married subtle interactive elements with vintage style.
Photographer Victoria Phillips came to me for a website redesign and development. She wanted to replicate the experience of a photo album, viewing a limited number of images at once. I designed and developed the site with a Wordpress CMS.
For the past 6 years, I've been photographing and mapping all single gloves I come upon. I used the Google Maps API to map the exact location of the glove by recording the coordinates either straight from the iPhone, or finding them on a map.
PureWow's delightful series, 30 Days of Wow, is a monthly editorial simply based on a list of 30. For this month, the editors compiled the best tips from legendary cookbooks. I had the opportunity to art direct and design this fun site.
Prospect House is a modern event space on beautiful Texas landscape in Dripping Springs. I designed the branding to reflect both the modern architecture of the space and warm hospitality of the experience. I designed and developed the website with Wordpress as a CMS.
An annual January 30 Days of Wow article, PureWow's Pump-Up Guide forecasts events throughout the year to come. As well as designing the inaugural article, I illustrated the images in watercolor.
Full Moon Tonight is a personal project website that simply lets you know whether there's a full moon tonight, along with when the next one will occur, what phase it's in, and what sign is present. I collaborated to make this site with a developer who created a custom algorithm to output the moon's current status. Along with conceptualizing the site, I designed the visuals.
After moving to New York, I became profoundly moved by public housing in the city and realized there was an enormous issue of residents' ability to submit, check the status of, and resolve a maintenance issue. I noticed a user base of young public housing residents who used their smartphones for many tasks, and a need for an internet-based service for repairs. I designed an app for the yet-to-be-realized service.
This piece is mapping the cycle of human trafficking throughout the world. Siddharth Kara's illuminating book Sex Trafficking: Inside the Business of Modern Slavery spurred months of research into this cycle and those involved. The map tracks the journey from origin cities to the largest destination cities in the world.
Based on the shape of the crater currently through the use of Google Maps, this infographic depicts the age, shape, and location of the largest impact craters in the world. Color signifies the age of the craters, the oldest being blue, moving to red, the youngest craters.
PureWow threw a launch party for shoe designer Loeffler Randall's Autumn/Winter 2014 collection. I translated the party's Mexican theme through hand-illustrating a floral pattern commonly found in Mexican embroidery, paired with classic, elegant typesetting.
One half of my senior thesis at Parsons, this book chronicles the lives of my grandma, my mother, and I through images and references from scholarly work about mothering. The images and texts refer to nodes on the associated timeline infographic.
The second half of my senior thesis at Parsons, this time-based information map depicts the lives of my grandma, mother, and I through events. The nodes are specific events in chronological order which are then connected to similar events in the timelines of the others.
These are logos for a variety of companies and friends, from a law firm to a salsa maker.