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We launched Hand Drawn Goods
Apart from web projects for some time now we’ve been designing custom hand drawn icons. Hand drawn icons and UI elements facilitate user experience and bring life to web sites and web interfaces. Our first independent set of icons was Jolly Icons (jollyicons.com) was first launched in May 2013.
Hand Drawn Goods
Meet Hand Drawn Goods – a place to shop icons and UI elements painted in hand-drawn style. In a last few months we’ve created more then a thousand unique hand drawn icons for most popular themes (UI, social sharing, business, education etc.) Each of the sets includes hundreds of vector icons on a certain subject. We paint them with love to add personality and joy to people’s projects! Hand Drawn Goods is a store featuring all our icon sets on one page.
Almost every set goes along with a free version (36 free icons) also avaliable for download. Some of the sets are coming up soon. We are also planning to launch mega bundle products for those who need more then one set of hand-drawn icons.
We’ll be posting updates about new icons and other UI related stuff to:
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For this project we developed a WordPress based responsive minimalistic website. It allows to add new icon sets easily and provides nice templating tools helping us to update it instantly. We use Gumroad and Sellfy as payment processors because of high level of security that they provide to the customers and lots of smart e-commerce features.
Author, Branding, Design: Olly @ Hatchers
Technology: Jucke @ Hatchers
Park Cafe and Wutune
We’ve added two new projects into corporate identity section of our portfolio.
Park Cafe is a cozy European style wine bar & bakery in the center of Kyiv, Ukraine. We’ve created the logo, business cards, menu and some signage. Check it out!
Wutune Learning is a Chinese company created to help young people learn digital arts and embrace modern digital media. The logo had to convey the ideas of future and technology. We were assigned to develop a logo, stationery and presentation templates. The whole story is here.
Portfolio update: Happy Farm Website
It’s been a long while since we updated our portfolio the last time, and now is a moment to fix this. We’ll start with one of our favorites of the year — website for start-up incubator Happy Farm.
Last year we’ve designed logotype and visual identity for this bright company. And this year was a time for a website. We’ve created colorful illustrated website to express creative dynamic spirit of the company. Besides colourful presentational part of the website, we’ve designed interface for start-up project submission and evaluation. Programming, CMS and technical support was provided by Yedynka (Ukraine) team.
Take a look at the project page and at happyfarm.com.ua
The ‘Ecology and Peace’ foundation
Recently we’ve been proud to be working on a website of the “Ecology and Peace” Foundation, which is a great organization that promotes environmental protection and creates amazing cultural, social and ecological projects. We hope our work will somehow contribute to our planet and will help it become at least a tiny little bit greener and cleaner. So we made the website very green. And very clean.
Take a look at the project page and at eko-mir.com
New work: ohana.ru
We are happy to present new website for Ohana kitesurfing center. This project involved two our favorite superpowers: illustration and back-end coding.
Ohana’s motto is a quote from Lilo and Stitch: “Ohana” means “family.” And “family” means no one gets left behind.” We wish that this new ground will become a stable base for Ohana’s growing family of kitesurfing aficionados.