Crosswords are fun. And addicting.
Created for my friends. We wanted something outside the traditional letterpress wedding invitation, so I designed a playful composition with emphasis on typography. I made a few illustrations to reflect the venue of the ceremony and reception, which is in a outdoor venue with a pagoda. The color is a royal blue, printed on Crane paper with Shed Letterpress in Durham, North Carolina.
It's no moon...its the Death Arc! This May 4th, we the Republic built our own Death Arc.
The word Immerge illustrates “to plunge into another.” This group project introduced new appealing aspects of lifestyle and creativity to young women. Project includes logo creation, typography selection, layouts, custom made editorial, and imagery art direction.
A piece of Bonded Calling communication on our social channels. I used ribbons to help convey the different data networks your phone uses: wifi, cell data, and cell tower.
Illustration concept for all Republic Wireless social channels.
A collection of experiments of different materials used to compile typography in the form of a flip book.
Snow'd in or ice'd in this winter 2016? After half the country was snowed in for the work day, we took to social media to engage with the followers.
An expression of a snowflake merged with technology as a message of goodwill during the holiday season. 2015.
Song by Foxes. Student work created by my own hands, color choices based on female stereotypes. Printed with fountain technique and on grey cardstock.
Taking an inspiration from die-cut lines and ui elements, my branding takes on a simple monochromatic ensemble with a pattern. Rather than taking on any color in my identity, the simplicity of my ensemble represents the breadth of of what work I am capable of, and what mediums I work in.
In a limited print run for the March issue, I was promoted to Design Director. There, I worked closely with editor-in-chief, editors, and writers from the School of Journalism at IUPUI. I also managed a small creative staff of illustrators, photographers, and designers.
Cafe Patachou (UX Design)
Cafe Patachou’s new website design reflects the visual experience of the restaurant to that attracts downtown office workers looking for a quick bite to eat for lunch.
Food connoisseurs know to keep their Yelp close to their heart to track reviews on local eateries, but users whom are tired of sorting out their favorite food icons into separate social medias can now find all of their favorites in one place. Eatr sorts Facebook, Twitter, blogs, Instagrams into one feed for all foodies and gastronomic professionals. Sorting by categories, restaurants, chefs, bloggers, and etc keeps this app organized. This student project focuses on branding, user experience, and visual design for a product that merges people's fascination with food and social media.