Logo design for a Canadian mountain guiding company. A serene, icy mountainscape is depicted beneath a “five star rating” constellation and encircled by the company’s name in bold, uppercase letters for a vintage, badge-like feel.
Responsive one-page website design for an Edmonton-based four-piece band. Features a mobile-friendly image slider, HTML5 audio clips, and a sepia-toned Western/vintage theme that captures the spirit of the band’s music. View Site
Logo and album art for a Melbourne-based symphonic metal project. The logo, set in a fantastical/medieval font, is wreathed by a broken halo. The album cover depicts a flying swan silhouetted against the Cygnus Loop nebula.
Responsive website design for a Canadian astrophysicist. Features a dark, sleek layout punctuated by vividly coloured images of stellar phenomena and overlaid by a translucent fixed menu for quick navigation. View Site
Logo and visual identity design for a medical device company and its flagship product. The visual identity is built around the distinctive colour and shape of the “v” in the Prev Biotech logo, which acts as a checkmark as well as a symbolic leap forward.
Figure design for a UAlberta medical research team. Uses simple shapes and high contrast for legibility in both colour and greyscale. Previous U of A work includes technical drawings, websites, and most recently, a logo for the SMART Network of scientists.
I’m Cheryl Woynarski (“Woya” for short), a freelance web/graphic designer from Edmonton, Canada, currently located in Melbourne, Australia. In 2011, I double-majored in Art & Design and Psychology at the University of Alberta; now I design websites, logos, business cards, brochures, posters, figures—you name it. Thanks to the magic of the internet, I’m available to work with groups and individuals from around the globe. So let’s chat!