Hey, I'm Jahred. I'm a Bajan-born designer based in the twin islands of Trinidad & Tobago, who is creating work that speaks to an aesthetic that is refined, modern and anchored in design theory. Currently I work with advertising agencies and design studios developing work across a range of disciplines including identity design and digital design.​​​​​​
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Selected Projects
Fun Fit — An energetic and lively logo and identity for a youth-based fitness initiative.
Credits
Agency: Corbin Communications
Client: Sunshine Snacks (Part of the ABIL Group of Companies)
Role: Designer
Disciplines: Brand Identity
Overview
While at the advertising agency, Corbin Communications, we were tasked with developing an identity for the youth-based fitness initiative, Fun Fit, created by Sunshine Snacks. I created the logo, which comprises of custom-drawn typography that features sharp edges and angles, to evoke feelings of energy.
The logo also utilizes a vibrant orange and blue colour palette to solidify and capture the energy of the brand. The launch was successful and well received and the logo has captured eyes to the tune of 275K views on Facebook in the launch videos of the brand
Fun Fit — An energetic and lively logo and identity for a youth-based fitness initiative.
Credits
Agency: Corbin Communications
Client: Sunshine Snacks (Part of the ABIL Group of Companies)
Role: Design
Designers: Jahred Corbin, Kareem Mohammed
Overview
While at the advertising agency, Corbin Communications, we designed the campaign material for the launch of the new Olé flavours, "Flaxseed and Chia" & "Extreme Sweet Heat". The design features playful illustrations, indicative of their respective flavours, with the fire being representative of the spicier nature of the Sweet Heat flavour, while a plant illustration is used on the healthier flavor, Chia and Flaxseed.
The design debuted throughout the island in corner shops and supermarkets in Trinidad & Tobago including  Massy Stores and TruValu, as well as regionally in other Caribbean islands such as Barbados.
The Glass Poetry  Project  —  A typography based website design for a creative focused on words.
Credits
Designers: Jahred Corbin
Collaborators: Davon Musgrave
Overview
As described by the creator Davon Musgrave, The Glass Poetry Project aims to connect with the youth through a youth who seems to be facing the world and all of its adolescent struggles. It incorporates spoken word poetry, drama and music in its attempt to influence social change.

In collaboration, we designed a website concept that places emphasis on the words spoken by the creator. The design utilizes unapologetically bold typography, displayed at large sizes, and type at a contrasting smaller size. We chose to design with a lack of images as to place all the focus and attention on words and to encourage the reading of the poetry of the project.