Web Interface Design by NomadDesigner


March 24, 2010 at 5:51 pm Leave a comment

Quantum Scale Package Design


Quantum Scale needed a box for their product. It needs to be eye-catching and should illustrate how the scale works. Most of the people have a hard time understanding how Quantum Scale functions since it never shows your actual weight, just how much you lose or gain.


The solution was actually visually simple. I created a set of floating numbers (-11.0, -1.0, -2.0. -2.0…) and placed it beside a girl weighing herself. It instantly gives people an idea what the scale actually shows. The product shot also displays “-4.0” instead of the usual weight in kilograms or pounds.

March 24, 2010 at 4:50 pm Leave a comment

2010 Comeback

After a year of laying low on mainstream graphic design and focusing on my newborn, I’m ready for more creative challenges. To kick off my comeback last November 2009, business cards were created for Jack as a surprise gift for his girlfriend.


Annie works as a make up artist for MAC Cosmetics but wants to do some freelance works thus the need for business cards. For her company name, she wants either heroine or lipstick but written in dictionary style, but not necessarily keeping the accents accurate. She likes a card that is smaller than the normal one like a strip for perfume samples.


Since the client left most of the decision making on me, I chose “heroine” because it makes more sense than lipstick. She is like a super hero with the powers of make up (according to the client). I just played around with fonts, keeping it sleek like a make up label. Since this is a card for a make up artist, it had to be clearly understood by the recipient so there had to be some sort of label or tagline. This one was a challenge because “make up artist” was already over-used, “make up” would make it look like a cosmetic line and the client wanted to use minimal words for tagline as much as possible. I decided to insert “me ” between “make up” making it Make Me Up. It’s like the recipient saying, “Make me up, heroine”. The client loved it and so did I.

IDEA 1: Business card/Portfolio. It’s a great way for prospect clients to immediately see her works (or at least one of her works.)

2″X2″, 2-sided card with three round corners.

The client wanted to included the fairy drawing done by Annie so I converted it to vector and made it part of the logo. The 3 round corners was actually suggested by Jack because he thought it was poetic to think of Annie, how she is soft and well-rounded but she is to the point.

IDEA 2: This is a 2″ in diameter businesscards which will look like eyeshadow refills. At the back, I made it look (as close as possible) like the labels at under the make up cases. They usually have color codes so I used that format for the contact number.

IDEA 3: I really like the idea of the perfume strip size for a businesscard so I thought, why not use an actual one )? I wanted to make it look as if she has a bunch kept in her purse. She comes across a prospect and decided to give out her contact number. Unfortunately, she got no pen. But she will always have an eye liner, lip liner, lipstick or even a lip gloss available to use as a pen! It was Annie’s actual handwriting that was used for the contact number.

March 24, 2010 at 4:38 pm 1 comment

Karen Tran Wedding Brochure

Karen Tran Wedding Brochure

6″ x 9″. 8 pages

April 30, 2009 at 3:38 pm 1 comment

Other Older Projects

Easy Mail Maker Brochure

Dimension: 6″ x 6″, 6 pages

ExpertsOnline.tv Brochure

(Print and PDF Downloadable Brochure)

Dimension: A4, 12 pages

SEO Club Exclusive Brochure

(PDF Downloadable Brochure)

Dimension: 10″x7″, 5 pages

March 2, 2009 at 11:00 am Leave a comment

Thematic Marketing Materials

The Old Brochure

The Revamped Brochure

Cover layout

Composite image of the cover

Composite image of the cover

Tri-Fold Mailer

Tri-Fold Mailer

Corporate Identity

Corporate Identity

February 6, 2009 at 2:38 pm Leave a comment

The Brides Bouquet.com Logo and Businesscard Design

February 3, 2009 at 11:13 am 1 comment

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Why the Name?

no·mad [noh-mad]
1. a member of a people or tribe that has no permanent abode but moves about from place to place, usually seasonally and often following a traditional route or circuit according to the state of the pasturage or food supply.
2. any wanderer; itinerant.

Literally and figuratively I wander to search, discover and innovate design ideas and approaches for my own creative growth and my clients' satisfaction.


1. My creative brain cells are not being suffocated in an office, thus generating more fresh approach for your materials.
2. You don't have to squeeze me in your hectic schedule. There's the internet, mobile phone or landline.
3. You and I could be anywhere, but the design will always reach you. Thanks to WI-FI!
4. No need to worry about finding a good production supplier. Let me handle that so you can just wait for your deliverables.
5. I love challenges and if you're tight in budget, be assured that it wouldn't kill my creativity.


Logo Development
Brochures, Flyers, Primers, Posters, Banners, Streamers
Newsletters, Catalogs, Coffee Table Books, Annual Report
eBooks, eNewsletters
Print Ads
Package Design
Web Design
Anything that can be treated with visual creativity

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