We decided to use a square format for this year's annual report, just to add some interest and make it stand out. The color boxes and handwritten font were taken from their recent website redesign. Consistency between the website launch and annual report highlights the professionalism of their brand. Large colorful photos of happy kids always have an impact!
This is a series of nine one-pagers designed for The Mind Trust in coordination with Ampersand Education. The Mind Trust is using these to promote and inform people about Indianapolis schools. The use of color, icons, and variation in fonts make these easily digestible, despite the large amount of information on each page.
Rocketship flyers are one example of when I've needed to design in a foreign language! While this does present unique challenges, it's always interesting and worthwhile to know we're reaching a wider audience. I have experience designing in Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, Korean, Tongan, Hindi, Hmong, Khmer, and Tagalog!
This is a branding project for a new Zero Waste lifestyle blog. The client was after something bold, colorful. The rotating circle evokes the feeling of eco-friendliness without being too obvious.
Eby Construction needed a modern and easy to navigate website that really showcases their impressive portfolio of work. We achieved this with full screen images and a simple site map.
Fresh Youth Initiatives needed a budget friendly, well-designed, and striking annual report design. We kept their budget low by condensing the report into 8 pages, and minimizing revisions. The result is a colorful and bold report that clearly reflects their mission and values.
Edgility Consulting needed a user-friendly website that they would be able to update themselves regularly—and painlessly. I designed their site using Squarespace and set them up with everything they needed to know in order to make their updates themselves.
Capriole Consulting is a new consultancy that needs to appeal to young executives in the tech sector. The logo design takes its cues from classic video games and is clean and structured. The color scheme helps modernize it and the result is something memorable and relatable.
I also designed and developed Capriole's website using Squarespace. The result is a clean site, including a blog that is easy to update.
I produced this UC TES Program poster and flyer for Schoolzilla. They needed eye catching and engaging pieces to increase enrollment in the program. Using UC's branding, I designed the poster using data graph visuals in the background of the poster, and large blocks of color to divide up the large amount of information on the flyer.
This logo was designed for OrgAmi, a "back-office solution for mission-driven organizations." The goal was a slightly techy but freindly logo that expressed how OrgAmi could raise an organization to another level.
Due to circumstances out of their control, HRF was in a major time crunch to get their annual report completed, and had no designer! I was able to complete their report from start to finish in two weeks and allowed them to meet their deadline.
Aspire needed a well designed and easy to digest report for their School Year in Review. I designed this 16 page booklet using their bold color palette and lots of infographics to make a very legible and reader-friendly report.
The Children's Partnership needed a presentation deck designed for their Oral Health Equity program. It needed to be something that people could quickly flip through and end up with a strong understanding of the problem, and TCP's proposed solutions. I used bold colors, engaging typography, and effective infographics to produce the resulting deck.
WealthFit, "financial advisors for everyone," needed a logo that would appeal to everyone. They did not want to look like a bank or institution. They also wanted to show growth and the fluxual aspect of markets. I achieved this by using a rainbow color palette, and balls that grow bigger as they bounce. The result is a friendly and approachable logo that brings prosperity to mind.
Oakland Reads 2020 needed their inaugural report to be clean and legible. It needed to appeal to people who were going to read every word, as well as to those who would just skim through it. We used typography and color to achieve this, as well as a large number of charts, graphs, and infographics. The report is 88 pages and qualifies as my longest project to date!
I designed and developed this site for Axis Talent Partners using Squarespace. They now have a beautiful website that they can easily update, add to, and evolve.
Citrine Femme Childbirth needed a logo and website, and I needed a doula. Sometimes trading is great!
Housing and Economic Rights Advocates needed a professional looking annual report to present to current and future donors. I helped take their print materials to a new level by using symmetry, clean lines, and balance.
Here are two examples of direct mail campaigns I designed for Sungevity Solar. The first is a partnership between Sungevity and the Sierra Club where they wanted a superhero comic book theme. Below are some more traditional pieces from their direct mail packages.
This is a direct mail campaign I designed for PETA. It was a test package promoting their Vegan Starter Kit. They wanted something with a fresh and "magazine-y" look that would draw people to open the envelope. I accomplished that with soft colors, a handwritten font, and attractive watercolors of fruits and vegetables.
Oh lotus flower
Breath in deeply and exhale
JocelynAlyssa Garden Design and Installation needed a playful logo design on a budget. Fun fonts and color palette make this logo playful and welcoming. We kept the budget low by using a stock illustration, which I customized to make it their own.
The Children's Partnership needed a clean and effective design for their Affordable Care Act report. Working with their team, I was able to layout the report quickly and efficiently in a format we were able to use again for their following reports.
Stand up paddle board
Be one with the sea