Mr. Alan Bucknam

About Me

working hard for my clients since the Rubylith days. I also bike and brew beer when I can.

Member Since November 1997
Member Type Sustaining
AIGA Chapter Colorado
Title Principal
Company Notchcode Creative
Email moc.edochcton@nala
Portfolio Site
Field Brand and identity
Design/Graphic design
Web design

I am a graphic designer based in the Denver, Colorado area, working in brand identity, integrated marketing, and both print- and web-based graphic design. I love to create pieces that inspire clients, their markets, and my own sense of wonder. I believe that creating an integrated visual, textual, and philosophical message throughout a client's entire range of materials is essential to any project.

  • Alan updated a project on Behance.
    Global Warming Disruption Report HECHO brand identity and website Colorado Mine Seed Mix package design State of Adolescent Sexual Health Report
  • Alan updated a project on Behance.
    Insurance Company Print Ads Youth Sexual Health Call to Action for Colorado EverGuard Insurance Services Brand Identity Survey Summary publication design
  • Alan updated a project on Behance.
    Now and Venn ColoRasta Flag Sticker Scale it Up Infographic Architecture Practice portfolio site
  • Alan updated a project on Behance.
    Reclamation Booklet Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium Invitation Mine Subsidence Guide National Conference Branding and Expressions
  • Alan updated a project on Behance.
    Hike | Bike | Drive | Beer coasters Bullies Below the Radar series book covers Essential Recordings in Classical Music Booklet Belt Buckle Design
  • Alan updated a project on Behance.
    First Wednesday Group visual identity Environmental Defense Fund Web and Exhibition Design Beuys Will Be Beuys Skateboard Deck Policy and Practice Overview Booklet
  • Alan updated a project on Behance.
    Culture Victim T-Shirt Designs Culture Victim T-Shirt Designs Information Visualizations Information Visualizations
  • Alan Bucknam commented on the article ""

    Start with the basics. Start small. Incorporate theory (information architecture, user interface) with technique (xhtml, css). Ask questions. Don't try to be an expert at everything.

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