Seventriangle is the personal design space of Rich Clark. Over the last 22 years I’ve worked with clients big and small. From musicians to Fortune 500 companies. Primarily working in UX and Web Design, I also work in all things design. I strive to create what’s right for the project, intended audience, and what serves my client’s needs best. Whether, it’s a complete re-brand, company website, user experience design, custom illustration or concept art.
Web design just isn’t about creating a site, it’s about creating a great user experience and organizing the information in a thoughtful and appropriate way. Getting the user to the content they want to see and displaying it in way that makes it easy to consume and stand apart from the rest.
Graphic Design & Art Direction
Great design is what gets me up in the morning. Being able to do what I love for living and create great experiences on a daily basis is a dream come true. I’ve dedicated my life to creating design that is simple, clean and creates a response. That’s what you can expect from every project.
3D Modeling and Rendering
3D work has become my most requested service and it's definitely my favorite type of work to do. My modeling work has been featured in 3DWorld magazine and on CGSociety.com. It's also been used extensively throughout many of Intel's brand campaigns and website.
Proper brand execution is key to attracting your client base and keeping them with you. I’ve worked closely with some of the largest brands in the world and whether it’s creating a brand for your company or working within your current brand guidelines, I will strive to create an appropriate execution across all mediums.
The organization of every site starts here. It’s the building blocks for how future users will interact with your site and how they will find the information they need. IA and Wire-framing has become an integral part of the web design process and lets you see how your site will function before it’s even built.
Illustration & Concept Art
Often times stock photography just doesn’t cut it. And frankly, in most cases it shouldn’t. You’re paying for custom work and that’s what you should get. Whether it’s your own icon set or custom imagery to show off your idea. Don’t settle for something that’s been used by a thousand other companies.