This theme was designed for a speaking series, and included promotional materials, digital slides, and motion graphics. The design is meaningful in numerous ways. For example, the black and white design is a literal representation of the idea that the message is a cut-and-dry (black and white) issue, well-defined, just like the edges in the […]
Works in «Graphic Design» category
Hudson River Mill needed a newly designed catalog to keep up with their soon-to-be completed website. A modern and clean style was used along with the red color scheme that matched their newly updated branding. The catalog was designed to be used digitally (despite the print mock-up shown here), hence some of the layout is […]
This client wanted a printed report that matched their new website. The complete style of the website was kept intact while translated to a print format. This client had an immense collection of photography from their beautiful location and numerous events, so the design displays those in full glory.
First Impressions is a group of volunteers, and a visual mark was needed for printed materials. The minimalist colors, clean lines, and bright accent of blue is recognizable but not distracting from the important volunteer work this logo represents.
Erie Young Adults is a growing non-profit in Erie, PA focused on training and leading young adults. With their newly acquired non-profit status, they needed a well-designed set of materials to use when presenting to sponsors and partners. The project ultimately included two sets of business cards, a tri-fold brochure, a sell sheet (information focused […]
Promotion pieces for this series included creation of the original theme, printed invite cards, a printed tri-folded reading schedule, and digital slides to be used for different segments of the series (different colors).
The First Alliance Church Annual Cruise-In has steadily grown in recent years, and now uses consistent branding each year for easy recognition. This project included many pieces in addition to what’s shown here, but the initial branding, community flyer, and t-shirts are key elements to the event’s promotion and professionalism.
This presentation board was designed to showcase and inform people about a renovation initiative, and specifically, about how to support the initiative monetarily. The 3D rendered images on the board are of the Children’s Check-in Desk to be constructed as part of the renovation project.