Wrote an exhaustively researched article on instructional design for a Technical Communication wiki. Based on the subject matter expertise I gained, I also made an addition to the Wikipedia article for instructional design.
Rebranding effort included three versions of a vector logo reflecting the area’s natural beauty, a brochure to highlight the library’s many services to the community, and a brand standards guide.
To familiarize myself with the features of Adobe Framemaker, I downloaded the free trial and tried out many of the settings, then wrote a review suitable for publication based on my experiences.
Designed a new logo and website for ACM’s 10th anniversary. Developed a cleaner, more modern look while still retaining brand recognition. Revamped content strategy to focus on the needs and interests of primary audience.
This was the media kit used at KitchenFable Publishing to pitch elementary FRESH magazine ad sponsorship to businesses. It features the cartoon characters I developed for the KitchenFable brand; it also is the culmination of extensive research on effective marketing to millennials.
ThriveLife is a freeze-dried food company that makes pretty terrific stuff! Yes, it could be used in an emergency, but I was surprised to learn it can also be used regularly in the kitchen to simplify and speed up both shopping and cooking whole foods. It can save families both time and money. Two wonderful…
PDX Loves Las Vegas Kids is a huge benefit event to raise money to create a college fund for the 30+ children under 18 who lost one or both parents in the horrific Las Vegas shooting. A benefit concert, holiday trade show, silent auction and raffle will all take place Nov. 16-17, 2017! My friend Heidi…
The companion website to the elementary FRESH print magazine, this website was the home of supplemental information and links, healthy recipes and interactive versions of the activity and event maps for each issue. It also includes mobile-friendly digital “flipbook” versions of the magazine.
These magazine spreads for the delightful Marcy Gallegos of Insured by Gallegos use an “infotisement” style featuring a helpful, timely insurance-related article I wrote based on guidelines Marcy gave me, a short “getting to know you” section to introduce her to readers, and a healthy recipe. I’m especially proud of the original joke I wrote…
A comic-style infographic to show how schools, businesses and parents benefit from KitchenFable Publishing’s flagship publication, elementary FRESH magazine. Cartoon characters representing these three groups are original art created for KitchenFable. The KitchenFable Fairy in particular was used in several pieces of marketing collateral.