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The Design Portfolio of David Napiwocki

Finally! A Long Overdue Update

March 16, 2011

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Updated work from the past 11 months. It’s about time this slacker got after it and showed off some of the fruits.


5:1 Site Design Concepts

Client: Sisu Inc.
Status: Under Development
Role: Design
Notes: The first design here is the final design the client went with.


Inet Mortgage Site Design

Client: Realcove
Status: Live
Role: Design/UI


Sandy Geldhof Site Design

Client: Sandy Geldhof
Status: Live (View Site)
Role: Design/UI, Project Management
Notes: WordPress


Colleen Gillis Site

Client: Realcove
Status: Live (View Site)
Role: Design/UI


Softcup Packaging Redesign/Ad Design

Client: Sisu Inc.
Status: Complete, In-store Soon
Role: Design, Production


Goode Skis | 2012 Catalog

Client: Goode Skis
Status: Complete
Role: Design, Art Direction, Illustration, Imaging, Project Management


XelvaGen Packaging

Client: XelvaGen
Status: Complete
Role: Branding System, Logo Design (x5), Style Guide, Packaging/Label Design (x5)

People’s Health Clinic

April 15, 2010

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web design for Peoples Health Clinic Park City Utah
Visit peopleshealthclinic.org

Designing for a Cause

This year I had the opportunity to give a little back to the community I live in. In September 2009 I found myself in a meeting with Sarah Klingenstein, Community Outreach Coordinator at People’s Health Clinic and before I knew it I was volunteering to completely rework the clinic’s web presence and replace their antiquated site with a spankin’ new design and build. After thinking over what I had just gotten myself into, I decided to reach out for a little help in completing the undertaking so I contacted Bryan Hoffman of Spigot Design. Since I was thinking a WordPress site would be ideal for this project, and knowing Read more

Getting Lucky With Light

October 7, 2009

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I recently was out in Colorado to shoot a few locations for my friends at AMC. Fortunately the Academic Classroom Building at Mesa State is situated just right in the valley to catch that morning magic and I was fortunate to come home with a few gems.

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Academic Classroom Building at Mesa State College

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Academic Classroom Building at Mesa State College

P R O S P E C T

May 24, 2009

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I recently started on some branding, logo work and signage for a new retail startup. Below are tidbits of the logos and icons as well as some temporary posters for the storefront. I will update this again once signage and a few other projects are wrapped up.

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Allen’s Masonry Site

May 15, 2009

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I recently launched a new site for my freinds at Allen’s Masonry. These guys rock both on a personal level and as a client. Who doesn’t like creative freedom; rational, clear direction; and a couple of beers now and then to take the edge off. I was lucky enough to be able to handle every facet of this project from design and photography to copywriting and project management.

AMC been killing it for a number of years now and never got around to documenting any of their work to present to the world. This year, they decided to do both so not being afraid of a camera, I picked up mine and started in. Then I set out to showcase it all on the interwebs. The process keeps on going as we add more photos of their many projects and you can check it out first hand here. Below are a few images that made it into the site and a few that didn’t but I like anyway.


Screen Shot of allensmasonry.com home page + project gallery.

Screen Shot of allensmasonry.com home page + project gallery.

University of Utah Humanities Building

University of Utah Humanities Building

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Kodak Moments

April 26, 2009

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Sometimes, you do things that you don’t normally do, but friends is friends so they say. I usually don’t shoot the wedding circuit nor do I aspire or claim to be a wedding photographer, but occasionally the question does come up. Heather and Jake were great and a lot of fun to work with shooting a quick shot for their wedding announcement. We shot about 100 frames, and I have to say, the edits were pretty hard. They were naturals in front of the camera and it really made my job easy. It almost looked as if they really liked each other – hmm.

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