As the first lead designer for Cards Against Humanity, a lot of my work touched many aspects of their identity as a brand, some in more bizarre ways than others.
One of my most extensive projects was CAH's previous holiday campaign, 10 Days (Or Whatever) of Kwanzaa. You should read a full case study here. Additionally, I also helped design and build CAH's early e-commerce.
Cards Against Humanity receives numerous customer support emails daily —
many of them hilarious, rude, offensive, or downright strange.
They try their best to respond, and thus the most interesting emails
were commemorated with an in-house zine.
This first edition of 500 was printed on 70lb. French paper stock via
a Risograph RZ1090.
Meanwhile, at PAX Prime 2014, Cards Against Humanity rented out a portion
of a local theater for their booth.
I was commissioned to do a 40 foot vinyl banner near
the entryway welcoming customers into the booth space.
In a sense, I figure everything is metaphor for something.