Before Facebook Messenger came out in 2016, fuseME was created as a B2B white label upgraded version of Skype that had split screen functionality, while allowing unique advertising opportunities through feeds and channels.
In creating the UX/UI of fuseMe, the simple OS and clean design make skinning the client to a company very easy. The flat but bold design shines in it’s iconography, funky emojis, wallpapers, and other marketing materials that were created to present fuseMe.
Example of white labelling
Jerusalem is a play by Jez Butterworth that opened in the Jerwood Theatre of the Royal Court Theatre in London in 2009. After receiving rave reviews, its run was extended. In January 2010 it transferred to the Apollo Theatre; it played on Broadway in the summer of 2011. The idea here of this brand was to turn the main character into a 'jolly green giant'.
Images seen here are broadway posters adverts that later also got converted into html5 and flash banner ads I created.
One page print ads that ran in several photo related magazines. Also, package design with the bundle of the XP10.
This is a rebrand of the Herramientas SMS app: a Latin American based company (dual language). We created Android, iOS and flexible mobile web versions. The telecommunication app works directly with your phone carrier and turns off/on your phone features: copy messages, blacklist, divert messages, archive, etc.
The rebrand included designs with new color palette, compact and simple GUI and concise iconography to reflect the easy to turn off/on phone features. Concepts adhered to parent branding guidelines.
Simple text messaging app that sends a text message to a recipient after you "shake" (your phone) to send. Additionally, a mobile web version was created. Color scheme and fonts follows parent company.