Following a study of the featured designer, Wim Crouwel, I designed this book cover to replicate his style of design which has been greatly influenced by both modernism and the Swiss Style. Designing in the style of an influential professional in the field of Visual Communication is an excellent exercise to improve your design skills.
This poster was created to raise awareness about the benefits of adopting a dog and finding a great companion who is deserving of your love. The illustrations are used to show information visually and provide a quick read of the content.
This booklet follows my design process for an icon that fits into the existing Aulani icon system from Disney's Hawaii Resort. The booklet includes the research, sketches, comps, and illustrations that led to the final icon.
As part of a series of 50 renderings made of a single object, these illustrations are the product of an exercise in creativity. They are all created in different styles, however, they contain one central theme; the clothespin.
This logo was developed for a dance studio with a varied audience. The client was looking for an identity that conveyed both diversity and a welcoming feel that matches the atmosphere of her business. To capture diversity, I choose three styles of dance that are offered at Always Time for Dancing and showcased them using the dancer's legs and shoes.
This design is based on a photo that I took of a Mini Cooper S Convertible. The objective for this illustration was to create a nearly photographic vector illustration using paths, shapes, and gradients in Adobe Illustrator.
Designed for a photographer in my hometown, this site displays beautiful imagery shot by the client, and to provides his customers with information on the studio. This website uses jQuery to create a lightbox to display the photographer's image galleries.
Made for Willetts Dorm, this design was screen printed on sweatpants and sold at Cedarville University. The client group I that worked with to create this design consisted of the RAs and the RD of the dorm, and the final product was marketed to over 300 people.
As the lead designer for a group project, this brochure was created for Cedarville University to solicit donations. The theme shows the recipient that they are an integral part of the Cedarville experience, and the missing piece that students need to be filled to help them their education.
This ministry works with Native Americans in multiple areas, such as education, radio, and athletics. I created this identity to convey their values of hope, community, and professionalism while also referencing Native American culture through the colors, pattern, and imagery.
This recipe book is based off of a collection of type I found on food packages. Each letter of the alphabet has a delicious recipe along with an image of the food, which makes this book a unique, interesting, and tasteful type journal.
This winter poster serves both as an advertisement and a welcome for Print Services. It was printed on different materials, including vinal and satin photo paper on a wide format printer and displayed around Cedarville University.
Working with Class Council at Cedarville University, I designed this advertisement for a ladies worship night. The campaign includes a poster that was hung around the campus, and a slide announcement that was displayed on TVs and on the large screens in chapel.
This poster showcases a unique alphabet formed by the shoe laces on Allstar's Converse. I took all of the pictures in a photography studio and carefully posed each one after calculating which letters should go on each color of the shoes.