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Project: Develop program branding, country-specific informational tri-fold brochure series, disease-specific bi-fold series with custom infographics Software: Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator Designed at Six Half Dozen
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Attain

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Project: Recruitment event backdrop and coordinating stand banners Software: Adobe InDesign Designed at Six Half Dozen
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Council on Foundations

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Project: Large-scale informational tri-fold brochure with custom infographics Software: Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator Designed at Six Half Dozen
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Air Shows Magazine

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Designed at Six Half Dozen
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MathCounts

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MathCounts Foundation is a nonprofit that promotes youth math education and innovative problem solving through middle school mathematics coaching and national competitions. Each year they also have a creative word problem poster illustrated and distributed to schools across the country in an effort to excite an energized attitude towards math. For the 2015-2016 school year, I took this basic racing problem and gave it a winter spin. The challenge was to appeal to the in-between age group – not too young, but not too old. The result was a theme that focused around skiing and snowboarding – action sports that cover the “cool” requirement needed to peak interest and is a relatable theme for middle schoolers. Designed at Six Half Dozen
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Your Genome, Yourself

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This project required designing a three-page spread for an article on mail-order genome testing meant for print publication. The challenge was to keep the imagery relevant and enticing, while incorporating a layout that is well organized and easy to read. The final layout incorporated some interesting call out areas that guide your focus and an easy to follow column structure. The design mixed scientific photography with some easy to recognize graphic elements, such as hexagons and barcodes, that tie back to the genetic subject matter of the article. The overall style reads “science” without alienating the everyday reader by coming across too academic.
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