2 options were given. The goal of the infographic was to show the breadth of applications received for this company's current class. The chosen design was used on printed pieces and on digital applications. It was also shown at the event as a banner stand.
Logo options for a corporate internship program. Inspiration was pulled from NASA badges, space posters and all things flight related.
Infographics are graphic visual representations of information, data or knowledge intended to present information quickly and clearly. This infographic explains what an SD-WAN is and why an organization might need it.
The purpose of this campaign is to attract nurses to come work for this hospital. The three things that would attract nurses are: technology, compensation and quality of work/life. Using the hospital's branding as well as snappy copy and compelling images, these two options work successfully to fulfill the goal through email, postcard mailing and landing page.
In collaboration with an outside agency, we took this brand to the next level. At its then-present state, the brand was starting to get tired. In evolving the brand, we needed to show that the organization was tech-savvy, sophisticated and business-to-business oriented.
We decided to emphasize key elements (orange and red curved "key lines") which popped against a dark gray background, and images were converted to grayscale. These changes alone elevated the brand to the level it needed to be. Key bonus: the new look and feel stands out from competitors.
The theme for this conference was "We can help your profits grow". The booth was modeled after a park, and every two- and three-dimensional design element rotated around the theme.
Company banners were hung on lamp posts, branded water bottles and money tree seed packets were strategically placed on picnic benches and baskets within the booth area.
The centerpiece of the booth was a large, live tree hung with branded "ornaments" which the clients/prospects would pull from the tree and open to see what prize they've won.
During the conference, clients/prospects who stopped by to choose an ornament off of the tree were asked to take a survey which related to the Company's services. The results of the survey were then tallied and made into an info graphic which was then placed on the Company's website as well as emailed to the survey participants.
In order to create a full fledged monthly magazine (96+ pages) with ads, features, photography and tons of copy, you will need the right team consisting of a designer, art director, publisher, editor, sales and photographer in order for it to work and be successful. Collaboration is always key, and it is pure magic to be able to work with such talented people.
Activist Movement Graphic
This t-shirt was designed in collaboration with Seda's Girls in solidarity with the #BlackLivesMatter movement. We have rights, and it's our responsibility to know what they are. This design serves to educate the youth and promote peace through knowledge.
This poster was created for a friend whose daughter is on her way to college. Famous Abe Lincoln phrases will inspire and uplift while her mother's line will be there to make her laugh.
When a client decides it's time for a brand evolution, everyone benefits. Updating the logo, collateral, and website has a way of reintroducing the brand to consumers, investors, and competitors as well as the employees. There is new opportunity to express differentiation and to rethink the marketing strategy.
For this project, the client was long overdue for a rebrand. The company itself had expanded its services and needed a way to convey this to prospects and existing clients. The "atom" was created with the company represented as the "nucleus." The services were shown as colorful bodies surrounding the nucleus.
The rebrand successfully showed the new services and re-energized a dated brand.
This exercise was for a client who was contemplating a rebrand but not quite sure. These examples plus many others were put front and center for the client to look at and see where their brand could potentially go.
Western-style poster advertising a corporate summer event.
If Evil had its own typeface, what would it look like? I imagine something with points and sharp edges. I imagine something wickedly beautiful.
Exodus, Job and Daniel are books in the Old Testament in which the protagonists are all men who must rely solely on their faith to make it through the tests put forth to them.
The concept behind this design is to show that the faith held by these men goes deep down to their very core, to their very bones!
And, since the story of Exodus revolves around the faithful marching to the Promised Land, the image here is of marching feet. The story of Job revolves around a man who keeps his faith reaching upwards towards the heavens no matter what happens to him. Daniel on the other hand, is faced with a horrific challenge and rather than give in to fear, he keeps his head and his faith.
Examples of logo design created for various people, companies and organizations.
Born from Portfolio Center's notorious Design History class with Hank Richardson (and a small crew of extremely talented classmates), the chair project combines personal history and physical design.
Growing up, my family and I moved frequently due to my father's military career. These changes of locations were both exciting and traumatizing. but both parents tried to keep family life peaceful and stable. Because of this ever shifting upbringing, I've found it easy to divide my pre-adolescent life into places I've lived.
The chair is made up of acrylic-encased wood segments which represent places I've lived. Most of the locations were islands (Japan, Okinawa and Hawai'i) so each segment is its own "island". The form of the chair is modern, bold and solid to represent my parents and how they were able to keep the family stable. The soft seat of the chair portrays how my parents were able to keep the trauma of moving as comfortable as possible.
Illustration of woman in Day of the Dead make up.
The brand guidelines behind this landing page called for a fun, engaging and dynamic experience. This design fits the bill with bright colors, placement of copy and interactive fields.