Eilam is a graphic designer, fashion designer, and visual artist from New York City.
Eilam found his love for design through video game communities as a teenager, developed a hobby in graphic design early on, and taught himself to use programs like Photoshop, Illustrator, Cinema4D, and XD through experience, trial & error, and word of mouth.
Eilam graduated from the fashion design program at the Fashion Institute of Technology with honors and plans on returning for his continuation in knitwear.
Eilam loves classical museums, arcades, urban exploration, and biking among many things.
July Deliverables 0/0/0%
- Design 10 NFT visual assets for AE animation
- Identify + design UI assets for NFT Mints + Music
- Iterate bible brand, colors, concepts to upgrade brand sentiment and confidence to v3.2 (current is v3.1)
- Rebrand Harmony into a more confident, friendly, accessible, impactful brand.
- Fine-tune Harmony’s color use cases
- Incorporate 3D + Isometric design elements to all branding media
- Simplify post-crisis information for accessible digestion by Harmony community
June Deliverables 100/100/100%
- Design base Harmony merchandise line for bespoke online store
- Finalize 1Wallet Logo
- Design “Call to Action” video graphics
May Deliverables 100/100/100%
- Revamp Harmony Social Media Platform Branding
- Harmony partner ecosystem diagram redesign
- Redesign Youtube Thumbnail System
April Deliverables 100/100/100%
- Finish EthCC design & send to manufacturing
- Develop NFT.NYC merch design & finalize
- Develop ONEWeekly Newsletter logo & branding
- EthCC Paris collection development & design
- NFT.NYC collateral & event Design
- 1Wallet branding development & logo
- Expand + perfect Harmony brand guidelines
Q2 - 6 Week Plan:
- IMPACT: Create a visual space that is unique to 1DAO while staying true to Harmony, to create a fresh dynamic that still feels familiar to the Harmony community
- IMPACT: Expand and allow many more ways for Harmony to express itself as a brand without compromising heritage design language.
IMPACT: Have a front-facing design language that is familiar to and expected by the community, and have clickable design that the community can count on.