This is a logo I was commissioned to create, following specific guidelines for printing on disc golf discs. My client gave me free reign on what he wanted the logo to be, as he wanted my interpretation of his company name. The client and I communicated frequently to talk about ideas on how the logo could work better, for example, I gave him multiple different options that he picked parts from to mash together. He gave the suggestion for the disc golf basket as the “i”.
I worked on 3 character cards as part of the Powder Keg! project.
A collaborative production by the students of the Grand Rapids Public Schools Museum School and Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University and Open System Technologies as part of the EPIC project (epicsite.org)
This is a PSA project for a hypothetical convention. I created and animated all assets, including the vocals.
I actually fully designed the website you’re currently looking at! The website I designed in my first Web Design class was mediocre at best, so I took the opportunity to redesign it in my second Web Design class. The first version was bland, clunky, all over the place, and didn’t have the optimal organization of my art. On top of that, it was poorly designed for tablet and phone sizes, so I had to tell people to really only look at it at a web size.
In my redesign, I got rid of that bland background and added some flare, something I feel I reflect in the art I make. I created a new banner for the home screen, and reorganized the page so it flowed better as users scrolled through it. This though process was pretty much the same for all the pages.
Intern work with Comfort Love and Adam Withers