Temporary Nomad is the adventurer’s guide to road trips on a budget. Everything included throughout is original content, including all photos, videos, and graphics. All graphics were created in Illustrator or Photoshop. I imported all of the content into Ceros, and from there added animation and interactivity.
A screenshot of each of the 27 pages that make up the guide are below. To see the official Temporary Nomad guide and Squarespace site I created to document my process, visit www.temporarynomadguide.com.
Curious to see where I camped? Check out my list on The Dyrt, the fastest growing camping app on both web and mobile. And check out this featured article The Dyrt wrote all about Temporary Nomad and my road trip!
**Note: The Temporary Nomad guide is best viewed on a laptop/desktop. A version that caters to viewers on mobile devices is coming in the near future.
Temporary Nomad Style Guide
After researching trends in the outdoor industry, working to identify my target audience, and drawing inspiration from fellow outdoor brands and content, I decided on a look for Temporary Nomad that was playful and adventurous while also being practical. I used my knowledge of color theory and typography to create a cohesive and easily identifiable brand.
National Parks Checklist
This National Parks USA Checklist is available to download from the Temporary Nomad guide. If you’re going on your own road trip, or just want to keep track of the parks you’ve visited, download and print a copy to have as a visual reminder of the importance of adventure and spending time outdoors.