Some initial concepts I put together for a client. The visual approach was to go for something a little unconventional, but informative. The project was about building an online platform that merges education and design.
A two-person project that was completed the last quarter at Seattle Central. We were given two weeks to complete it. Project included: research, interviewing our target audience, journey map, branding, single-page design. Below is the presentation of our research and final… Continue Reading →
The unedited version of the photoshoot of my magazine TRAVERSE. TRAVERSE is a literary magazine that unearths the culture and people behind the news. I chose this topic for a greater passion that I have about increasing global awareness. You… Continue Reading →
I just learned how to make GIFs! Creating a bigger wall by stretching the original image and then replacing the stretched man with the original Making a graffiti-esque flower using graffiti texture brushes Making another flower Adding a subtle texture to the… Continue Reading →
This post is tutorial on how I created graffiti flowers for a poster assignment where we had to interpret a quote for a specific audience. The quote we had to create a poster about was by South American poet and… Continue Reading →
A Journey map that shows a mother and daughter’s touch points with our game Illume.
User testing our paper prototypes with two sweet and smart ten year olds!