Antidote is a deadly-fun card game for 2-7 players. It is a deduction game that features semi-cooperative gameplay, simultaneous action selection, player-controlled game length, and multiple levels of player interaction. Continue Reading…
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Our second tabletop game project with Bellwether Games, Swamped, is already a success at 179% funding and climbing. If you have not had a chance to back for a copy of this semi-cooperative, survival, and adventure game… you have less than 48 hours to do so. Our first game Antidote is also available as an add-on if you would like to pre-oder a copy of it as well.
You can find the Swamped Kickstarter project here: Swamped: A Game of Adventure, Secrets, and Deadly Peril
Dennis Hoyle of Bellwether Games and myself are truly grateful for the incredible support that our amazing backers have shown for Antidote (A Game of Deduction, Deception, and Mortality)! Antidote has recently been printed and is currently in transit to the United States of America. Since so much has happened over the last year I thought that it would be fitting to recap some of the milestones in Antidote’s journey from Kickstarter launch to print. Continue Reading…
Lumné developer Chad Milburn is a entrepreneur and a man of many skills. As an entrepreneur and information systems technology expert Chad has established a small business called Bichrome through which he provides the people of Southern Illinois with a wide range of IT services. Lumné’s inspiration for the Bichrome branding came from bichrome style pottery, IT related technology, and the website artofmanliness.com. From the inspiration designer Jonathan L Clark used literal representations of technology, flat design, and the colors that were often used in bichrome pottery.
Logo Design • Branding • Print Collateral
Bellwether Games along with Lumné is excited to introduce you to Antidote: the deduction-based card game where your life is on the line! The Kickstarter campaign for the game just went live a few hours ago and has already passed 10% funding! The campaign will only be running for 30 days so head over to Kickstarter now Continue Reading…
Antidote is a game of deduction, deception, and mortality. Lumné has been hard at work with Bellwether Games for the last several weeks to make this amazing card game available to play. We believe that tabletop game enthusiasts and casual gamers alike will love this game. Game designer Dennis Hoyle of Bellwether Games has carefully refined Antidote to be both easy to play and consistently challenging to win. Continue Reading…
Amy from ablossominglife.com came to Lumné with very specific criteria that she wanted to see her logo and website header designed with. She requested a specific color palette, two type faces, that the design be clean & flat, and a modular design. Amy requested the modular capabilities for her logo so that she could easily re-design her blog periodically for a fresh look without sacrificing brand recognizability. The web design that you see below is the first published configuration for ablossominglife.com. If you visit the blog today you will likely see a new iteration of her brand.
Logo Design • Branding • Web Development
Client: A Blossoming Life
Every week the Duper Friends assemble to discuss the greatest movies of all time…that week. This was the concept that Jacob from Duper Friends revealed to me for the movie review podcast that he was soon to create. Jacob was seeking to represent Duper Friends with a professionally designed logo that incorporated imagery from the world of film, active colors, and blend of retro and modern styles.
Logo Design • Branding
Client: Duper Friends
Form follows function when it comes to design. This means that the purpose and principals of a project should be the guiding force behind the design. It is also the reason why the Lumné team places great importance on understanding our clients and the people that they are trying to reach.
The various examples of design applied to printed media shown below all demonstrate how unique the outcome can be based on the client it is for.