The Freedoms Foundation was looking for a way to promote themselves within their membership of high school students as well as raise funds through merchandising. We decided that a LiveStrong-style bracelet would be the best way to do this. I used a red, white and blue tie-die design to match the Foundation’s color scheme. The bracletes display the Foundation’s name and website. The text was laid out in Illustrator, and the manufacturing company provided the proof below.
I needed an something to post on this site while I was still choosing a WordPress theme. I designed this image to let visitors know that they should check back soon. The image is consistent with the colors in my logo. It was designed in Illustrator.
I designed this tagline based off of the colors of my logo. I have a very unique last night, so I used it when I wrote the tagline. There is a white stroke around the image that does not appear on a white background. It was designed in Illustrator.
I originally designed this logo when I was thinking about going into freelance copywriting. I have unique initials, which I tried to highlight that with this logo in an intriging way. I find the colors and the layout appealing. This was the first step in creating an entire brand for myself. My logo was created in Illustrator.
I designed this card as part of a promotional campaign for the local Chamber of Commerce. The campaign was to reach 1500 members. Current members were given these cards to give to potential new members. If the potential members joined, the referring member received a gift. I tried to incorporate the Chamber’s brand into the design and layout of the card. The image was designed in Illustrator and laid out in Quark.
This flyer was designed as a part of a promotional membership campaign for the local Chamber of Commerce. Their goal was to reach 1500 members. The fliers were laid on the seats of each attendee of an annual membership dinner. The image was designed in Illustrator. I tried to capture the theme of the promotion with this flier, which was Renaissance 1500.
This is a political brochure I designed for the committee of a candidate running for local office. It was mailed out to all the residents of a specific township. The images were designed in Illustrator, and the entire brochure was laid out in Quark.
This is a thank you card I designed for my former company. It was sent to people who ordered merchandise from our online store as well as clients. The image was designed in Illustrator and laid out in Quark.
This is a road sign I designed for Hopewell Township. It is posted along the road near land that is designated as preserved. I tried to tap into the unique farmland heritage of Hopewell Valley for this sign. It was designed in Illustrator.