A self-initiated redesign of the Mercy Corps website. According to their website, Mercy Corps is a team of over 5,000 humanitarians that take on the world’s toughest challenges to help people build better, stronger lives. They mobilize communities, collaborate with companies and activate across agencies to deliver breakthrough ideas that make a better world possible.
A restaurant concept based on Moroccan community, cuisine and celebration. This was a research heavy project that spanned over a month of iterations and creation.
Lay It Out
A showcase of page layouts based on intriguing people, places, and artworks. Content is both original words and photographs mixed with sourced materials from existing publications.
On the Go
Mobile App to help assist renters and potential home buyers easily access residences that they can afford in Portland, Oregon. To engage newcomers to get involved with their communities, the app also includes city history, neighborhood maps with information, and contact information for local representatives.
Original pattern designs inspired by cultures transformed into samples of merchandise. The process began with the creation of ornaments based on Indian and Chinese culture before building them up into elaborate patterns.
Three days were spent in the studio working on nine 18 x 24" oil pastel pieces. Each was based on short stories written throughout the previous year focused on places, movement, people and emotion.
Prices available upon request.
Playful exercises in color, movement, pattern, wordmark, and various mediums.
Typographic permutations based on weather reports in Portland, Oregon. Layout experiments range from organized legibility to playful chaos.