Kyoko Hamada is a Japanese-American photographer who’s subject matter portrays ordinary people and objects staged in subtle moments. Her modest and minimal photographs are charged with instances of incidental loveliness. I conceptualized and designed a website that would present her works through a fluid sequence and cohesive portfolio. For the logo, there is an intended, almost exaggerated space between her first and last name to add a unique quirk to the gentle sans serif typeface. The logo is responsive so that the space between her first and last name changes according to the width of the existing medium.