In the wild swirl of memories, an undying love sprouted for the heavy blues of pen strokes and the hallucinatory techno of illustration software.
My most personal project, osteomics is a business dedicated to addressing issues in osteology. The logo was initially hand-drawn by me and later vectorized using Illustrator. I am particularly pleased with the website, which I crafted solely using R and the web-page rendering capabilities of the rmarkdown package.
Landpage; logotype; and favicon.
Osteomics is a project with the goal of simplifying and making osteology tools accessible to a wider audience.
My first site fully developed in R (a Hugo’s implementation via the blogdown package), was a simple static landpage-focused experience for a primatology international conference. “Our Primate Heritage, Our Primate Legacy - EFP/PSGB 2019” was held in Oxford from September 8 to 11, 2019. This was a very successful joint meeting of The European Federation for Primatology and the Primate Society of Great Britain, and besides my role as web master I was also part of the local organizing committee.
Although the original domain is no longer active, I maintain a legacy version of the page, accessible through https://efp2019.netlify.app/
In 2016 and 2017 I was the web designer at the Junior Enterprise for Science and Tech. One of my main roles in JEST was to create a powerful brand image for the association.
jest.pt first iteration of the web site. Logotype concept uses the < > visual from the coding community while creating a double Diamonds aesthetics (JESTer), plus it also mimics the DNA Code visual models (all founding members were from the Life Sciences Department, UC).
Laboratory of Forensic Anthropology
I have proposed 4 different logotypes to the LFA. The last one was their favourite.
A) Vitruvian Skeleton; B) Spreading Caliper; C) 4 Pillars of biological profiling (being used now at Osteomics with slight alterations); D) Cranium network (had the most votes; was chosen by the LFA team
I am also the creator and manager of the lab’s website. Visit lfa.uc.pt
HOT Project logo
In the haze of my adolescent years, a nebulous span between 14 and 15, I found myself entangled in the clandestine world of amateur international RPG (Role-Playing Games) projects. Within this enigmatic tapestry, I wove threads of creation, birthing a Pokémon fan-game: an obscure constellation in the vast and cryptic cosmos of my formative pursuits.
I also made a huge tileset with Pokémon graphics compatible with RPG Maker XP, you can download it here, it will take a while to load.