Evernotes Every Friday
1. Rebekka Seale House Portraits
How cool would it be to have a quaint, whimsical illustration of each home you’ve lived in. I am picturing them in a three up (or however many) frame or something? It would be adorable! See more from Rebekka Seale here. Found via Design*Sponge.
2. Birthday Balloon Invitations
3. Aero, a Student Project
This set of projects reminds me of a similar student project featured on the Dieline for Costco (featured on Evernotes Every here). But this project was created as a class project for Target. The class hypothetically created a new set of product lines for a new subsidary by Target, Aero… a brand to compete with Crate & Barrel or Williams- Sonoma. There were so many wonderfully designed packages, it was hard to choose which image to feature. This one for various marinara sauces was a favorite as it enhances Target’s already established bold, clean, and modern design (seen primarly in their advertising). View the rest here, on thedieline.
4. Disney Nature
From what I can tell, this design was never implemented by Disney Nature, but I love the layout of the site. And it would be a nice change to what their current site is. Andy Gugel did a great job laying out so much information, separating it into three levels. Found via Seamless Creative on Pinterest.
Here’s a site that was implemented though—with some adjustments. Designed by Postmammal for Basis, a health and heart rate monitor. From the homepage to the infographic-like charts, its a very cohesive site that was very well designed and user friendly. The make heart monitors look cool. Found via Seamless Creative on Pinterest.