A Sans Serif typeface that just works.
Minimal. Multilingual. Variable.
Branding / Visual Identity
Brand Identity for a fictional property development company in Canberra, targeting the upper midrange housing market.
Concept poster and design for Stonefest:
An annual music festival held at the University of Canberra.
Various design work completed for SEE Change : A grassroots sustainability organization in Canberra
Hello, this is Long. I'm a Canberra-based graphic designer. My focus is on digital design, typography, and branding. I like to keep things simple, aiming for designs that work well, look great and leave a lasting impact.I am a recent graduate at the University of Canberra (Visual Communication Design). I'm open to work opportunities or design projects, so please feel free to contact me if you're interested in working together!
Introducing "Anticyclone", a straightforward Sans Serif typeface that is flexible in any situation. It boasts a clean and simple design, making it perfect for various applications. It features 6 different line weights, multilingual support for most latin-speaking countries and a variable weight axis. It's a no-nonsense typeface that combines practicality with a touch of modern flair.
Anticyclone © 2023 by Long Nguyen is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0
Purescape Properties produces modern housing that represents and respects Canberra’s natural landscape. Purescape aims to seek balance between nature and modernity. The brand identity highlights and preserve this uniqueness of Canberra, for it represents what the future could be.
Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction, created as an assessment item for study. Names, characters, businesses, places, events and incidents are either the products of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.
Design concept for Stonefest, an annual music festival at the University of Canberra. The design follows the given brief of showcasing a slick and modern design whilst still retaining the "quirky" energy and vibrant colors of previous iterations.
Various graphic design works for SEE Change, a Canberra grassroots sustainability organization. These designs follow the brand's voice and design style. These designs promote the SEE Change brand and educate about sustainability in our society, environment and economy.During this internship, I also took part in managing the brand's social media content.