I love design. It shapes our world in ways we don’t think about, from signage, to pamphlets, flyers, newsletters, you name it. It’s all a concoction of colour, imagery, photography (sometimes) and written messages to either inform us, caution us, even inspire us. Here are some highlights of my own.
I created a series of promotional pamphlets for StudentAid BC with the intention to be more visual and captivating than other versions. The new design made information more digestible and appealing to the eye while still helping students navigate the StudentAid BC portal. A similar poster in the same vein was created, albeit with the mission to announce the elimination of student loan interest in British Columbia.
BC Public Service
Two projects I did for the BC Public Service. One is a mock-up poster for an annual employee pizza picnic, and the other is a communications plan for employees that is more visually-oriented. I used respective colours and fonts to match.
I did this as a prototype newsletter for Pearson College with the idea of promoting monthly events and keeping everyone informed of activities at the campus. All photography and editorial content was also provided by me.
This one came to me as I was watching the classic sci-fi anime, Cowboy Bebop which presents a believable future in today’s context. I went for simplicity, playing around with different fonts and colours on a similar washed out background. As a huge sci-fi fan, I desperately hope this to be real one day.