Portfolio of Andreas Nymark https://www.nymark.co/lorem Kirby Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00 +0000 Most recent work by Andreas Nymark, a Swedish graphic + interaction designer. Brillbee https://www.nymark.co/work/brillbee work/brillbee Brillbee is an online course platform from Bonnierförlagen. The range of courses targets “the aspiring do-er”. It often circle around a well-known expert within the specific area.

Each course is often an extension for one of the books released by Bonnierförlagen.

I designed illustrations for each category. Intended use on diplomas.

Process

I worked as a visual designer in the project. I helped bridge the gap between the user flows, the new brand and the on-going development of the platform. I did the visual design for the initial launch, in collaboration with agency F&B Factory. User experience design and course methodology was done in-house.

Design concept

The target audience for Brillbee are people attending a course for the experience, as a hobby. The name is sprung out of "being brillant" and sets a direction for tone of voice, color, and typography.

My role

I worked together with an in-house UX-designer at Bonnierförlagen. I was responsible for the visual design.

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Co Atelier https://www.nymark.co/work/co-atelier work/co-atelier Co Atelier is an e-commerce platform allowing anyone to become an online reseller. While Co Atelier handles logistics or warehousing, the user focus on what products to sell.

A new, more modern logotype to better match the new visual language.

Final visual design language. The voice of Co Atelier amongst products and brands.

Challenge

Co Atelier was developing the platform when we started working together. Initially I was hired as a front-end designer to help finalise a prototype. We re-worked the overall user experience and defined a visual language alongside introducing a new logotype.

My role

I helped Co Atelier with user experience and visual design, together with front end development.

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Earth Bite https://www.nymark.co/work/earth-bite work/earth-bite Earth Bite is founded with a vision to create a more sustainable world. Products are animal friendly and contain pure ingredients straight from earth.

Front and detail of the Acai & Raspberry energy bar from Earth Bite
Front and detail of the Ginger & Lemon energy bar from Earth Bite

Challenge

Earth Bite has a very clear long-term vision. For 2017, the aim was to launch its’ first products; three vegan energy bars. With plenty of inspiration, the challenge was to find a graphic design to help support their vision.

Process

I was hired to design a family of energy bars, along with boxes. Initially, I was asked to challenge the design they already had. We worked through several mood boards and iterations of the packaging before the client decided for a final direction.

My role

I illustrated and designed the packaging for the three energy bars—and the containing boxes-that launched in 2018.

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Good Guys Brew https://www.nymark.co/work/good-guys-brew work/good-guys-brew Good Guys Brew is a craft brewery from Sweden. Founded in 2015, the brewery has in just a few years become a popular name among breweries in Sweden.

Back, front, and detailed view of the beer Swheat from Good Guys Brew
Back, front, and detailed view of the beer Freaky Teeth from Good Guys Brew

Challenge

In recent years the craft brewing market has exploded. The challenge for Good Guys Brew is to be different in a crowded market. But also in a way that’s easy to replicate. To create a design easy to recognise while at the same time easy to expand on many products.

Design concept

Being progressive and keeping a consistent quality is a hard act to play. The design aims to communicate this balance, where every ingredient plays an important role. The logotype stands as a guarentee of quality and is always the focal point of the label.

My role

An on-going collaboration, where I’m the responsible graphic designer. I do everything from beer labels, printed materials and website.

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Good Guys Brew https://www.nymark.co/work/good-guys-brew-website work/good-guys-brew-website Good Guys Brew is a craft brewery from Sweden. Founded in 2015, the brewery has in a few years become a popular name among breweries in Sweden.

Challenge

To design a website in line with the beer labels. Communicating the strive for balance between progression and quality.

Showing a product page for Good Guys Brew website in a desktop and mobile

Design concept

Within the theme of balance, the website plays with size and animation. The fixed logo on the labels are translated to the website, together with the navigation. Everything else is balancing animation and size.

My role

An on-going collaboration. I’m the responsible graphic designer. Working on everything from beer labels, printed materials and website.

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Munters https://www.nymark.co/work/munters work/munters Munters’ vision is to be a world leader in energy efficient solutions for air treatment and climate control. Founded in 1955, today operates in a wide range of industries. The largest being the food, pharmaceutical and datacenter sectors. 

Challenge

To gather all product information in one place with one website for all 30 markets. Geographical customised content and contact information. And presenting a width of complex products, unique for each customer.

Focus on case studies to present innovative solutions.

Process

With 27 stakeholders scattered around the world, we createed a clickable prototype in HTML, designed through iterations. This helped us in presenting the concept and getting the right feedback, keeping all stakeholders up to speed.

Design concept

Focus and emphasis on case studies to present products and solutions. Reveal the people behind the solutions, for a more human first impression.

My role

Together with the team at Nansen, I was a part of developing the concept, building the prototypes in HTML/CSS/javascript, and doing the visual design.

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Svedala typeface https://www.nymark.co/work/svedala work/svedala Svedala is a type family attempting to reflect the contrast between the two major seasons in Sweden, winter and summer. With inspiration from the national typeface — Sweden Sans by Söderhavet/Stefan Hattenbach — I designed a serif version and two display weights.

Showing a text set in the typeface Svedala Vardag
Back and front of type specimen for Svedala

Sommar is a display weight reflecting the casual, warm and light summer days. Vinter is a display weight reflecting cracked ice, snow and darkness. Vardag works well with both display weights and is used for paragraphs in smaller size.

Text set in all the weights; Svedala Sommar, Svedala Vinter, Svedala Vardag

Special thanks to Jean François Porchez, Mathieu Réguer, Julien Priez, and Xavier Dupré.

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Wrapp https://www.nymark.co/work/wrapp work/wrapp Wrapp is an app giving users personal rewards based on shopping behaviour. By connecting a bank card, a loyal customer is rewarded with cash from their favourite brands.

Challenge

In the beginning of 2018, Wrapp launched a total re-brand by design agency Kurppa Hosk. I was hired as a part of the team to help translate and maintain the new brand in the two products.

On-boarding a user in the app. To help understand and use the service.

Updated design for the app. Reducing the use of repeated elements and creating more consistency. New components to create a more varied visual language.

Working with the business portal, a place where brands create and maintain campaigns. Entirely new design based on the new brand.

Use of animation to communicate states and emphasise e.g. error.

My role

Hired as a interim UI-design resource, I worked with UI/UX for the app and the business portal. My work focused on maintaining and expanding on the design.

For the business portal I created the design, together with an underlying design system. Components that are easily re-used throughout the portal.

Numbers overlapping to show optical corrections

Optical corrections on the Wrapp numbers. Designed by Kurppa Hosk.

I also produced and made optical corrections for the number font, used as an key part of the identity.

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