WHO

WHO

WHO

WHO

WHAT

WHAT

WHAT

WHAT

Project Sunroof

Project Sunroof

Project Sunroof

Project Sunroof

Project Sunroof

As the price of installing solar has gotten less expensive, more homeowners are turning to it as a possible option for decreasing their energy bill. An engineer at Google had the great idea of using the power and visual language of Google Maps to help people interested in solar map their roof's potential for solar capacity and savings. Thus Project Sunroof was born with the goal of making installing solar panels easy and understandable for anyone.

Project Sunroof puts Google's expansive data in mapping and computing resources to use, helping calculate the best solar plan for users. When a home address is entered, Project Sunroof uses Google Maps and combines that information with other databases to create a personalized roof analysis with savings and shareable information to connect a user to solar installers and savings.

My role was to craft the name, brand and narrative of Project Sunroof as well as the visual system of how shade (purple) and sun (yellow) appeared. Additionally my team worked closely with the Project Sunroof team to design a unified UX system for the tool itself. 

As the price of installing solar has gotten less expensive, more homeowners are turning to it as a possible option for decreasing their energy bill. An engineer at Google had the great idea of using the power and visual language of Google Maps to help people interested in solar map their roof's potential for solar capacity and savings. Thus Project Sunroof was born with the goal of making installing solar panels easy and understandable for anyone.

Project Sunroof puts Google's expansive data in mapping and computing resources to use, helping calculate the best solar plan for users. When a home address is entered, Project Sunroof uses Google Maps and combines that information with other databases to create a personalized roof analysis with savings and shareable information to connect a user to solar installers and savings.

My role was to craft the name, brand and narrative of Project Sunroof as well as the visual system of how shade (purple) and sun (yellow) appeared. Additionally my team worked closely with the Project Sunroof team to design a unified UX system for the tool itself. 

As the price of installing solar has gotten less expensive, more homeowners are turning to it as a possible option for decreasing their energy bill. An engineer at Google had the great idea of using the power and visual language of Google Maps to help people interested in solar map their roof's potential for solar capacity and savings. Thus Project Sunroof was born with the goal of making installing solar panels easy and understandable for anyone.

Project Sunroof puts Google's expansive data in mapping and computing resources to use, helping calculate the best solar plan for users. When a home address is entered, Project Sunroof uses Google Maps and combines that information with other databases to create a personalized roof analysis with savings and shareable information to connect a user to solar installers and savings.

My role was to craft the name, brand and narrative of Project Sunroof as well as the visual system of how shade (purple) and sun (yellow) appeared. Additionally my team worked closely with the Project Sunroof team to design a unified UX system for the tool itself. 

As the price of installing solar has gotten less expensive, more homeowners are turning to it as a possible option for decreasing their energy bill. An engineer at Google had the great idea of using the power and visual language of Google Maps to help people interested in solar map their roof's potential for solar capacity and savings. Thus Project Sunroof was born with the goal of making installing solar panels easy and understandable for anyone.

Project Sunroof puts Google's expansive data in mapping and computing resources to use, helping calculate the best solar plan for users. When a home address is entered, Project Sunroof uses Google Maps and combines that information with other databases to create a personalized roof analysis with savings and shareable information to connect a user to solar installers and savings.

My role was to craft the name, brand and narrative of Project Sunroof as well as the visual system of how shade (purple) and sun (yellow) appeared. Additionally my team worked closely with the Project Sunroof team to design a unified UX system for the tool itself. 

As the price of installing solar has gotten less expensive, more homeowners are turning to it as a possible option for decreasing their energy bill. An engineer at Google had the great idea of using the power and visual language of Google Maps to help people interested in solar map their roof's potential for solar capacity and savings. Thus Project Sunroof was born with the goal of making installing solar panels easy and understandable for anyone.

Project Sunroof puts Google's expansive data in mapping and computing resources to use, helping calculate the best solar plan for users. When a home address is entered, Project Sunroof uses Google Maps and combines that information with other databases to create a personalized roof analysis with savings and shareable information to connect a user to solar installers and savings.

My role was to craft the name, brand and narrative of Project Sunroof as well as the visual system of how shade (purple) and sun (yellow) appeared. Additionally my team worked closely with the Project Sunroof team to design a unified UX system for the tool itself. 

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HOW

HOW

HOW

Creative direction: Steve Rura, Matt Jones
Writing: Mike Lacher
Additional design: Matt Delbridge, Selman Design
Animation: Monica Kim, Enle Li
Production: Cassie Hamilton, Kelli Hogan, Ryan Burke

Creative direction: Steve Rura, Matt Jones
Writing: Mike Lacher
Additional design: Matt Delbridge, Selman Design
Animation: Monica Kim, Enle Li
Production: Cassie Hamilton, Kelli Hogan, Ryan Burke

Creative direction: Steve Rura, Matt Jones
Writing: Mike Lacher
Additional design: Matt Delbridge, Selman Design
Animation: Monica Kim, Enle Li
Production: Cassie Hamilton, Kelli Hogan, Ryan Burke

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→ © ADAM KATZ 2019 ?→ HAVE A NICE DAY ✌→ PLEASE LEAVE ME $H!T ALONE ?→ SORRY; NO SHIRT, NO SHOES, NO SERVICE 👎→ COME BACK SOON 🤞

→ © ADAM KATZ 2019 ?→ HAVE A NICE DAY ✌→ PLEASE LEAVE ME $H!T ALONE ?→ SORRY; NO SHIRT, NO SHOES, NO SERVICE 👎→ COME BACK SOON 🤞

→ © ADAM KATZ 2019 ?    → HAVE A NICE DAY ✌    → PLEASE LEAVE ME $H!T ALONE ?   → SORRY; NO SHIRT, NO SHOES, NO SERVICE 👎    → COME BACK SOON 🤞