Martine is a designer with a penchant for identity, typography and design systems. She believes in functional and refined craftmanship, built on intuitive and conceptual thinking.

In 2014 Martine graduated from Westerdals School of Communication with a BA in Graphic Design. She spent the following summer as a design intern at Snøhetta, and later joined Heydays as a full-time freelance designer in their studio.

She has previously worked at Uniform, and now works at ANTI, with a strong focus on brand identities and design systems.

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Stories to remember

For Fluks, it is a matter of course to deliver rock solid, technically well-executed animation, with lifelike flow. But they deliver more than good craftsmanship. Fluks is a design and animation studio that adds personality and character to the communication. The goal is to help customers build stronger relationships with the target audience: to awaken emotions, trigger reactions, and make an impression. To create stories people remember.

I was invited by Stig Melón-Bratvold to design the logo to go along with the playful identity and website he was creating for Fluks; to design a mark to capture the essence of Fluks. We wanted to highlight their ability to tell stories – to create engaging narratives and personalities. Fluks is more than just movement. Fluks is all about character, and that was our main focus with the logo – hightlighting the characters, emphasizing the playfulness and personality inherent.

As well as the logo design, I also worked with Stig and Fluks to explore how to bring the logo and identity to life through motion and interactions, to create a living brand identity.

Website designed and developed by Stig Melón-Bratvold.