My name is Rameez Quadri and I am a Graphic Designer as well as currently a writer for The Epic Network. All my designs and pieces of work will be featured through here, as well as inspired quotes and any sort of important news on my behalf.

My work is a mixture of different things, all that eventually interests me. From Branding to straight-up Photography, hopefully there's something people can enjoy viewing through my work. 'Ramz' is my nickname, and 'Ramz Doodles' is my personal "self-marketing", which is where the podgy face above this comes from. There is also a Ramz Doodles store, where I sell some of my prints you can see through here (Etsy Link)

I hope you like what you see and I thank you in advance for checking out my work, I hope you like what you see. Feel free to leave me a message and/or find me on Twitter/Facebook. I do end up replying back.

 

Merging Inks Animation from Rameez ‘Ramz’ Quadri on Vimeo.

For Crazivity design studio, I was working for a short period of time to help build upon the “Merging Inks” event, which I created this quick simple animation made through After Effects. The animation was to be used on a presentation video.

Something that I worked on today, as I rebuild my portfolio on Behance, I decided to add on some extra work for my previous Brand St. project.

A mobile app of Brand St., which looks more professional and workable compared to the quick website design I made up all those months ago. I’ve started getting into liking the idea of UI Designs of smartphone apps, and so made a simple news feed style of design for Brand St. which allows people to join debates, read the latest in branding news and favourite what they like. The idea was that when clicking on an article choice, the visuals would be just how it is for when purchasing a magazine (or in this case the layout/spreads I had made before).

Following a random attempt to creating a typeface I got on to Illustrator and other things and went nuts with creating the full set in screen form. Mainly used as an idea for a graffiti-like logo at work, but went ahead to create the rest of the alphabet in my style.
Was quite happy with the turnout, its a ‘street’ style of text I’m quirky with I’d say. Point & Click.

Following a random attempt to creating a typeface I got on to Illustrator and other things and went nuts with creating the full set in screen form. Mainly used as an idea for a graffiti-like logo at work, but went ahead to create the rest of the alphabet in my style.

Was quite happy with the turnout, its a ‘street’ style of text I’m quirky with I’d say. Point & Click.

Been a little stuck and bored at home doing work for…workplace…but after five seconds of laying down I figured a thought and decided to roughly create my own typeface design for a possible design. Baby steps.

I also just realised, a and e are possible the only lowercase design in this process, but thats okay, it suppose to be graffiti like, THEY WON’T CARE…

Been a little stuck and bored at home doing work for…workplace…but after five seconds of laying down I figured a thought and decided to roughly create my own typeface design for a possible design. Baby steps.

I also just realised, a and e are possible the only lowercase design in this process, but thats okay, it suppose to be graffiti like, THEY WON’T CARE…

Possibly due to boredom, but I haven’t felt I done much drawings regards to my little branded characer ‘Ramz’ himself, so to fix that, I quickly made some random illustrations placing the little square in various logo remakes. Well, four…

Hopefully though I’ll make some better stuff regards to his stance…or something. In the meantime: enjoy my boredom!

The Epic Network Magazine:

Following sheer boredom and an opportunity to boost a portfolio, I designed a few imaginary layouts for an imaginary magazine. whilst The Epic Network is real (nowadays known as TEN for us), it’s always easy to find yourself drifting off in the possibilities of making a brand much more recognized than being simply a website.

Creating magazine spreads/layouts and cover designs was a way to pretty much help me improve skills using Photoshop and InDesign a lot more. It is not perfect, but close enough to what I think are decent layouts.

Each spread have photos taken simply from Google and then edited about, EXCEPT the Pixar image, which was drawn by me. The Man Of Steel cover was also drawn out by me, but that is drawn by 50,000+ people all the time.

A different variation towards my previous Star Wars Minimal Lightsaber designs, this time, alongside the lightsaber’s, colours of the background as a whole describe the film order plus mood. Digitally designed again: the hilt is simplified in a solid colour, which was something I wanted to kind of do from the beginning regards to making something simple really ‘meaningful’ towards my liking for the movies.

I could also be talking a lot of crap, and just simply say I wanted to design something cool looking, to which case: I hope I have, and that you guys like.

These will be up for sale soon at my Etsy Store.