The goal of this project was to create a complete identity for the Interaction 19 conference in Seattle, Washington.
Deliverables include: wordmark and icon, environmental pieces, website and app design, speaker introduction video bumpers, and miscellaneous attendee swag.
The goal of this project was to create a resource to be given to vehicle residents (homeless people living in their vehicles) in Seattle.
The booklet includes helpful information about parking regulations, as well as phone numbers for local non-profit groups who specifically help these vehicle residents deal with parking tickets.
The final deliverable is an 11x17 printout that is folded into a booklet. When unfolded, it reveals a parking map on the back.
This wordmark and logo were created for The Howell Group, a local real estate agency in Seattle, Washington.
The client wanted a logo that combined the letter ‘H’ and a house. The sprout signifies new beginnings, wether that be buying or selling a house.
Multiple color options were created for use on different background content.
The goal of this exercise was to learn how to properly set type in print vs. on screen, as well as to design a cover and table of contents for a given book.