Polynesian Village Resort — Collateral Collection


As part of the 2014-2015 Re-Branding back to the Polynesian Village several new internal and external resources were created to reflect the name change. These are a select few of the many assets I designed during the conversion…


Chocolate Box Amenity

A Concierge Club-Level welcome gift, and printed in gold-leaf these boxes were convert from the ‘90s “Polynesian” Logo to the “Village” version with emphasis on the Resort’s Maui mascot.


DVD Cases

All Deluxe Resorts and DVC properties at Walt Disney World have some version a DVD lending system for their Guests, nearly all of these are issued in bank cases. The Polynesian Village is the only property to feature custom designed cover art with two versions….

King Kamehameha Club

The Concierge Club version focuses on the history and opulence of the resort with a gold-based color scheme and background texture similar to the original 1971 check-in folders for the hotel. 

Disney Vacation Club

The DVC version emphasizes the new color scheme and graphics created for the resort with a specially background pattern based on the iconic gable pattern on the resort’s longhouses.


Holiday Décor

Created for internal (backstage) use, several holiday variations of Maui icons were created for Halloween, Thanksgiving & Christmas. 

Mahaloween Variation

Under the guidance of our Walt Disney Imagineering, Art Director the Halloween Version was redesigned and is planned for use in Trader Sam’s “Mahaloween” events this year.


Letterhead

As part of the rebranding of the resort, new letterhead was need and would no longer be provided to the resort.
Therefore, I was tasked to create several variations for multiple uses.


Lounge Labels

An example of customizable design, the original version of these were printed on cardstock, laminated and then cut into individual labels. This method was not only time consuming, but the cards themselves deteriorated quickly.

The new version was reformatted to work on business card stock (easier to separate) with business-card laminate sheets (more efficient with a tighter seal). Additionally, several color schemes were created for the different meal times in the Lounge 


Out of Order & General Purpose Signage

Intend for short outages of equipment/faculties, this stylistically consistent template can be used for a variety of situations/communications, and incorporates our smiling mascot in the hopes of psychologically softening the blow during the inconvenience.