Product illustrations that appear throughout the Drop recipes app. These images are designed to help users find their way around the app, get started with certain features, and generally improve user experience.
In 2015 Ireland became the first country to legalise same-sex marriage by referendum. A project called Yes For Love asked designers and illustrators to create avatars in order to promote awareness on social media ahead of the big vote, and I was very happy to be invited to contribute.
A set of seven emoji, each representing one of the Drop company values, made for use by the team in the company Slack channels. Read the complete set of company values here.
My five favourite bridges over the river Liffey in Dublin, screen printed in rich blue ink onto light blue Fabirano paper, and available for sale in a limited edition of 30 through Damn Fine Print.
A short looping animation made to celebrate the 5th birthday of Fundit, an Irish crowd-funding website. The brief was to visually demonstrate how Fundit only asks for 8% of the funds generated by any successful project.
Hi, my name is Dave Comiskey, and I’m an Irish designer and illustrator. I work fulltime for Drop, a company that is changing the way people prepare and share food in the smart kitchen. I split my time there between product design for mobile apps and websites, and general visual design work, specialising in illustration and iconography.
I've always loved one page websites, and designed and built this one myself as an experiment. More of a showcase than a full portfolio, I wanted something that could provide a quick but thorough overview of my work, along with basic biographical and contact information. Please feel free to get in touch if you would like to see a wider range of work than is included here.