Meet the award-winning designer Brandon W. Mosley and learn about the Manji Designs story and philosophy.
MANJI [mahn-jee] · n. Charms and symbols of good luck and benediction — often used by Jains and Buddhists of ancient Persia, India, China, Japan, and among American tribes.
Brandon is an award-winning designer specializing in web, user experience, and print design. His 15 years of experience explains his unique blend of creative and tech skills.
After teaching himself how to code in the seventh grade, Brandon built three websites and established Manji Designs as the creative force behind them. It became an official LLC in 2016.
After taking a digital art class in high school, Brandon pursued a B.S. in Computer Graphics & Fine Arts and has since worked for non-profits, start-ups, and agencies.
Finding a visual solution to tell your story where it matters most.
Transforming the creative process into scalable digital engagements.
Telling your brand's story in ways that make your customers want to listen.
Reach far and wide: design, strategy, and code come together to tackle your branding and digital challenges.
The meaning of the word "manji" describes the ability to bring luck and benediction to those who use it. The Manji Designs logo represents an energy map or "bagua," which some Asian cultures use to identify specific areas that can be improved or enhanced.
Those areas, marked by "trigrams" or a series of lines that encircle the center, correspond to major areas of life: prosperity, reputation, relationships, health, creativity, children, knowledge, career, and friendship.
The yin yang represents balance and change, both of which must occur as they give rise to each other in turn. In many nations around the world, the color purple is associated with royalty, nobility, power, ambition, and creativity. Thus, a purple yin yang gives rise to all of those great things.
A majority of these concepts underscore how designer Brandon W. Mosley approaches his work.
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