I have been working on the continued collaboration of the Barack Obama online identity for the 2012 campaign. Designing for multiple audiences on multiple devices, the site serves as the main portal to reelect the President of the United States.
A personal project about unity and working together in harmony. The design was picked up by Wacom for their Intuos4 campaign. Six artists were chosen and our art was used in the print and online campaign featuring the newest Wacom tablet.
One of my projects at the campaign is the optimization and design for the online donation page. The goal was to make the process as smooth as possible with the least amount of friction while engaging the user.
The objective was to use photos of Chicago landmarks and change them into winter photos with the Disney Muppets to hang in the museum’s Rotunda. These banners celebrated the museum's Christmas Around the World and Holiday of Lights exhibit and Jim Henson exhibit.
Art in TARTA is a competitive poem and design project providing opportunities to enhance and enrich the public transportation of Toledo, Ohio. The poem I chose inspired the design of A New Green World with the transformation of white leaves to green. The vines embody Toledo and are reaching for the goal to Restore Planet Earth.
A driving belief throughout the campaign was that grassroots organizing was a key to victory. The Barack Obama Story Tool helped channel the stories of supporters throughout the country to help build on that grassroots culture.
African Elite Athletes is a sports agency specializing in the representation of professional athletes and the development of amateur athletes. The logo, warm colors and inspiring photos reflect a friendly and professional identity that African athletes could identify with.
A grassroots organization committed to spreading good, clean and fair food. It is about understanding where your food is coming from and appreciating it. The current brand lacks a human presence. This rebrand depicts a hand to showcase the movement and the fact that hands are pivotal to clean food success.
Make Your Case is the theme for the 2010 Portfolio Review Day at BGSU. Make Your Case, is a call to action, inviting students to come to the review and get their portfolio case ready. It is also meant to act as statement that the students should defend their work and stand out at the event, while their work is exposed and the reviewers look at it.