Projects Using Illustrator
I designed the information graphics used in the 2016 State of Poverty report, under the direction of the client to “make cartoon-y” images.
Sometimes as a part of my help in settting up someone’s website, I get asked to create logos. Here are a few examples. As you can see, I like playing with fonts. Please note that the bottom logo has since been changed (color change) by the client (and I collaborated with SusieQs Designs in the […]
For a mobile concessionaire I designed, developed, and maintained a site that also contained a Google-based calendar of events. The site additional includes video and pictures of an annual hot dog eating contest. This site connects with Dandy Dog!’s Facebook and Twitter accounts for cross-posting.
For a feng shui practitioner in San Diego, I designed and created a WordPress-based website to allow her to connect with her customers and show her work. In addition, I trained her how to use her blog.
An infographic about the problem of student loan debt
State of Ohio 2012: The challenge was to create a report that would be visually interesting for a public audience while also providing legislators with county-level data they want.
For an educational publisher, I was asked to provide an infographic answer to the question “why teach academic vocabulary?”
I researched, wrote, and produced two Facilitators’ Guides for publications written and illustrated by incarcerated youth; these were designed for use in at-risk youth programs and classrooms.
I wrote and designed Ohio’s report for a national initiative supported by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the Ford Foundation, and the Rockefeller Foundation called the Working Poor Families Project using data collected by Community Research Partners.