In 2013, I was pulled in as a Designer-in-Residence to play a central role in preparing for the public unveiling of Work-Bench. At the time, Work-Bench marketed itself as a sort of post-accelerator accelerator for member companies that had proven their business model and needed help growing. During my time with Work-Bench, I was tasked with refining the visual brand and readying Work-Bench’s marketing material for primetime.

Masthead Poster that reads 'Work-Bench: Building Enterprise Technology to Scale' Simple graphic showing wood and woodcut-illustrations as supportive visual elements Graphic showing a shade of white, black, and green as dominant brand colors Mockup of the marketing website used to launch Work-Space out of stealth mode