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
Website www.notchcode.com
Portfolio Site notchcode.com
Field Brand and identity
Design/Graphic design
Web design
Bio

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 "http://www.aiga.org/interior.aspx?pageid=3080&id=2748"

    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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