Thursday, October 20, 2011

My Business Card (Well kinda...)

Here is my business card. Well, not really. This is how my business card looks design-wise. 

For my real business card and contact information, email me at

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

My portrait with Letters

Fall 2011
For my Typography class, I had to create a portrait of myself using only characters (letters and symbols). As you can see, I used J's for my hair and @'s for my eyes and earrings. I also used parentheses for much of this project.

What other letters can you find?

Friday, October 14, 2011

Re-packaging Project: Buttons!

For this project, I had to repackage a product that already exists but market it for another use. I repackaged buttons to be used as earring holders. (I can't tell you how many times I lose my earrings). My concept was to use a tin package for the buttons. For the theme of the piece, I was going for a 1950's feel.
Spring 2011
Spring 2011
Spring 2011

Fun with Zebra Print: Baby Shower Poster

July 2011
I made the zebra stripes myself, which were somewhat tedious to create but I got it done. :-)

Here, I made a baby shower poster for a friend. The shower's colors were magenta and brown and she wanted zebra print somewhere in the poster. So, this is what I came up with...

Imaginary Non-Profit Organization Marketing Pieces

Spring 2011
For an assignment for my Words & Images class, I had to create bumper sticker and advertising poster for an imaginary non-profit organization. I created an organization called Inked, which catered to female high school students who wanted to pursue careers in writing.

I played off the ideas of ink and writing to create these marketing pieces.  In the poster, I used the names of different female writers and placed them within the ink splat. For the bumper sticker, I continued to incorporate the ink element (even in the Inked logotype). 
Spring 2011

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Introducing Type A Designs

Type A Designs logo

Welcome to Type A Designs! I'm very excited to introduce the beginnings of my vision and dream in the graphic and publications design world. Hopefully, through this logotype, my sleek, simple, yet elegant approach to design is represented. 

 To further get a feel of my body of work, continue to come back to my blog and see pieces of my portfolio. If you have any questions or requests for designs, please feel free to contact me at (

Again, welcome to Type A Designs!