Clarke Harris is a Brooklyn based designer working at the crossroads of brand identity and product design.
He takes an optimistic and meticulous approach to his work helping brands establish their vision through research, definition, and execution — a process that produces work with purpose and permanence for the people that will use it.
For Google’s 2017 hardware event their shop experience was completely overhauled for the release of their new flagship phones and home devices. As a designer I helped define and produce the visual components and content for launch day.
Surprised by the brands found on Amazon, but frustrated with the discovery process I created Maeson, a place to collect and present clothing and home goods. The site offered a fluid experience to create an account, browse, search, and save products. I founded the project and defined the entire look and feel as well as hiring, styling and managing of the project. As of Spring 2019 Maeson is no longer online.
Save reimagines personal budgeting with rich interfaces, robust gestures and an AI to keep things on track. I cofounded the app and helped to establish everything from the identity to the user experience.
Lightform is a computer vision and hardware company based in San Francisco that creates tools for projected augmented reality. I worked with Lightform to develop and establish their brand identity and guidelines for the successful release of their first product.
As a designer at Instrument I worked with an embedded team onsite in Beaverton to design NikeWomen's style guide on Nike.com. An alternative to the product grid, NikeWomen's Style Guide offers an editorial shopping experience by creating a narrative around the season's athletes, locations and the products technical details.