Puppy Love Humane Society



Concept:



Create a brand identity and website for "Puppy Love," a humane society targeting adults aged 20-40 interested in adopting dogs. The welcoming, playful site promotes providing forever homes, ending cruelty, and includes calls to donate, volunteer, and shop for supporting merchandise. Unique features like a compatibility test aim to inspire adoption and support through joyful, sensory experiences.

Process:


I developed the brand identity by defining a warm, cheerful, and playful tone, inviting visitors to "discover their perfect companion." Starting with the logo and wordmark, I created three distinct visual identities, refining the final design with adjustments to colors, typefaces, and other elements for a cohesive style guide. Finally, I developed wireframes that led to the final website design, ensuring a joyful sensory experience.

















Logo Design:





Wordmark Design:








Concept Development:

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Style Guide:






Wireframes:




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UI Demonstration:


Link to Demonstration: Click Here!

chloe croskey  |  croskecj@mail.uc.edu  |  (330) 690-0376