POLITICO published a special section on the early voting states in the election. I used the opportunity to create a two-page spread showing how those states had voted in the past, if they got the nominee right or wrong, how many electoral votes they have, and insight into each state’s politics from local newspaper partners. I designed the layout and created the graphics.
In one of its special sections, POLITICO focused on the role of cloud computing in the government. I created a full center spread infographic featuring the story and accompanying sidebars to give the reader a more in depth idea of the scope of cloud computing. I designed and built the infographics and designed the spread.
As an avid Beatles lover, it was an easy decision to create an infographic about the Beatles for my infographics class final project. This infographic details the rise and fall of their U.S. fame.
This infographic, which focuses on volcanoes, was created for class.
Woodstock is a fun, funky home furnishing store started by a young, successful couple who decided to pick up and move to Puerto Rico. As such, the company is full of life, and we wanted the design of their business cards and flier to reflect that. Their business cards were printed on eco-friendly recycled paper with white type and bright colors to breathe life into the design.
This magazine spread was created as part of Cartwheel Magazine, an entirely student-produced publication created in a magazine design class in cooperation with a reporting class. I was in charge of both of these spreads.
When an old friend asked me to work on her wedding save-the-dates and invitations, I was honored. We worked together to tie in traditional elements like the script font on the invitations and the monogram and quirky elements like the dinosaurs on the save-the-dates. The result was a charming design, and they ended up taking a cue from the designs and using their custom monogram in various decorations in their wedding reception.