The job: Agency of record for an influencer marketing startup
The team: Cozy on design
Raynforest's founder and CEO, Mark Fidelman, brought us in to bring beauty and ease-of-use to his new project.
Raynforest was to be an "Influence Marketing Network", a sort of "AngelList for influencers, celebrities, speakers, promoters and connectors, giving them a platform to promote themselves" (Mark's words).
We quickly polished up their existing logo, then set to work on developing a color palette, typography, and design style standard for their website, social presences, documents, etc. We also worked on the UX of the site, trying to keep the site feeling as simple and transactional as possible.
It's been a while now and development has continued without us (and, it seems, without a new design presence).
Simple home page, built strictly on-grid (as is all of our work):
Home page dashboard for the "Influencer" user type (UX and design):
Searching for a campaign (UX and design):
One of the Influencer profile sections, showing some fun, engaging infographics (UX and design):
Some more page designs:
A few (relatively shareable) slides from a deck we designed for investors: