BUS Magazine is a magazine for young travelers and lovers of new music. It bridges the gap between music and travel by including articles about venues, festivals, new artists, and upcoming events. Each issue focuses on a new artist that has been on or is anticipating a tour. The cover story is always about the new artist or band. Some of the departments include “Festivalia” & “Check-Out”, while feature articles always focus on specific places: cities, towns, or venues.
Branding // Identity: 100 Year Anniversary Re-Brand
To keep the interest of current visitors and to spark the curiosity of others, Fruitland’s branding is updated using the themes of “layering” and “uncovering history”. Inspired by the experience of exploring the museum, the branding system evokes a sense of layered complexity and “colorful” content. Four basic shapes are used to represent the Fruitlands house, the Shaker exhibit, the Native American exhibit, and the Transcendental Art Gallery. Seen as frames of themselves and as full-colored layers, the icons are used as a system throughout all aspects of the Fruitlands Museum. When used as a skeleton, the logo reflects the basic structure of the historic place and its original frameworks. In color, the icons represent the content of the museums, or the museum’s exhibitions.”
When confronted with the large issue of student debt in America, I decided to take an unbiased approach to presenting the data on a geographical scale. At the start of my research, I found several interesting connections within the data between what states hold the most debt, which schools send students away with the highest ROI, and other attributes. In collecting and organizing the data into a map format, the infographic slowly transformed into a readable, foldable mailer. This mailer would be sent to high school graduates in the same pool of mailed advertisements they recieve from the hundreds of colleges & universities across America. Maybe it will give them a new persepctive on the location to which they plan to relocate for college, or maybe it will give them an idea of which regions they would someday like to work.
Infographic // A Study on American Economic Situations in relation to higher education
UI, Web, & Packaging // A Children’s Tablet and its Content Provider
Since 2012, Fable and VizitMe have been constantly evolving for their first release, coming in fall of 2014. When I started working with Isabella Products in 2013, I started with the packaging of Fable. Slowly, however, I lent my hand to more and more small projects involving the children’s tablet. Re-designing the VizitMe logo, the website, and all of the corresponding apps and UI design for the physical tablet.
Consumed in Tokyo
Ten things you should know about consumerism in Tokyo. 2013
Service Design: A Collaborative Learning System
Food fort excites, engages and teaches students while always reminding them of their place as humans in our food system. Working as a team, students complete specific and consecutive 3-part lessons having to do with food systems. While they will begin with a blank stack of triangles, each triangle will eventually be covered with the drawings, pictures, thoughts, memories, and ideas from each lesson. One by one, they connect to each other and when the lessons come to an end, they form a full fort!.