A unique collaboration between three schools in which undergraduate science students made drawings to explain scientific concepts. I crumpled a piece of paper and scanned it for the background.
As a member of the Conde Nast Media Group I designed this interactive events calendar to promote tourism in Texas across some of Conde Nast's online properties. The client provided the logo and the only creative direction I received was to make the design fit the logo so I opted for an earthy, distressed feel evoking cowboys, leather, and dirt (I don’t mean that in a bad way—I just wasn’t going for shiny and polished.)
Something I have a lot of experience with is designing with no assets from the client. Here I had only a logo so I used that, the festival's tagline, and the dates for visual interest.
I designed an infographic to convey the stress of moving. The data I used include the amount of stuff I had to move, the amount of money I paid, whether the move was voluntary or against my will, etc. The map also visually encompasses Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens.