print & web design (selected projects)
I worked as a student print and web designer for the Women, Gender, and Sexualities Studies Department for three years. During my time there, I was responsible for developing the department's previously nonexistent visual identity (and later re-designing that identity when the department's name changed in 2019).
I was also responsible for creating print and web collateral for the department for various applications. Below is a collection of some of my favorite work that I created for the department.
The department logo needed to be clean and professional, with variations available for multiple applications. I included a specific design reference to ACT UP's Silence = Death project to suggest the department's diverse pedagogy and connection to activist social movements.
I created logo/branding materials for the launch of the Women & Gender Studies Department's LGBTQ Minor in 2019. At the start of the project, I reflected on what identifying as queer meant to me. Colorful shapes come together and break apart to form a new typeface—one that references the intersectional background of all queer folx, and which is undoubtedly as queer as I am.
I made several posters for events hosted and sponsored by the department. This was an opportunity to explore a variety of styles and design strategies.