A holiday greeting animation featuring UCI’s mascot, Peter the Anteater, and send widely to UCI students, staff, and community. Created for the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at the University of California, Irvine.
Programs used: Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Animate.
Client: Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, University of Michigan; Project: Create a poster that engages students and community members in participating in learning workshops on career paths and job search insights on global engagement. Aside from the event information, it was important to the client to highlight the distinguished professionals who will be sharing their stories and experiences at the event
ASC’s activities, research, and partnerships in and on Africa. Conceptualized for the African Studies Center’s 10th anniversary, the icons are visual expressions and interpretations of the center’s breadth of activities and research initiatives. The artwork was used on different promo materials, i.e., posters, brochures, electronic displays.
Publication created for the African Studies Center | Role: Project management and design. I coordinated with the academic program specialist the completion of all articles and images to use for the design. | Software: Adobe InDesign for composition and layout; Adobe Illustrator for infographics; and Adobe Photoshop for image enhancements and manipulations. View the PDF publication here »
Kakumayouth.com aims to provide information and resources on accessing educational, training, and work opportunities in and near Kakuma. The resources are primarily designed for young people who have completed secondary school in Kakuma Camp in Kenya.
Client: The Confucius Institute at the University of Michigan; Project: Convert a text heavy journal article on “Chinese Folk Pottery as Artistic Collectibles and Historical Relics,” to a brochure/booklet by incorporating more images. Click here or on the image to view the full PDF.