Our goal was to create a new name that would espouse the vision of server security in a post-server world. The Esperanto word for "without server" was "senservo" - so I modified it to create the word "Senserva". The logo vaguely alludes to their mission, as it is composed of an S-shape that surrounds an invisible cube.
Travis Gobeil RGD
February 24, 2020
Areas of SpecialtyBranding, Information Design, Web
Other CapabilitiesBook Design, Illustration, Photography, Typography
Languages CoveredEnglish, French
Interested in FreelanceYes
Availability for freelance work
Office Hours M-F 9 to 5
Company descriptionI am a one person agency. I specialize in Branding and Web Design, but I also do Print, Illustration and Photography. I am a User Experience expert based on my almost 20 years of experience working with tech start-ups. I have designed brands, websites and interfaces for large, multi-national corporations and global non-profits.
Why am I an RGD?I believe that the Association follows the highest standards of professionalism within the Design industry. By holding people accountable and advocating on their behalf, the RGD is a mark of quality for all Designers who are certified.
What is my most memorable RGD moment?I attended the DesignThinker's conference back in 2003 and was thrilled to meet two of my idols: Massimo Vignelli AND Chip Kidd!
Why am I a designer?I love bringing order to chaos. I create visual experiences that range from logos to entire software platforms. I aspire to make things that are accessible and appealing to all that use something I have designed.
Why should you hire me?I am a straightforward person and I always speak openly and honestly with my clients. I do not make vast promises and my solutions are always pragmatic and achievable. I don't force clients to purchase more services than they need, and I don't go over budget unless there is an agreement to change the scope.
Where do I see myself in 5 years?Freelancing and hopefully teaching again.
Contributions to RGD in 2018N/A