Ferris State University, 2011
Bachelor of Science
Graphic Design
Ferris State University, 2008
Associate of Applied Science
Printing Technology
AIGA Ferris State University
Vice President
Organized and led events and workshops, and seminars, communicated with design professionals such as Steve Frykholm and Brian Edlefson. Worked on a team with other board members to delegate tasks and plan events and meetings
Design Project Center, 2010-2011
Graphic Designer
Designer in the Ferris State University Graphic Design program. Conceived and produced interactive and print-based work on a team in a studio environment. Client work included the Ferris State University Counseling Center.
Proficient With
Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Coda, XHTML, CSS, photography, prepress operations, traditional printmaking.
Detroit Techno
Derrick May
Making Lists
Upton Sinclair
Vinyl Records
Italo Disco
Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
Black Coffee
Peter Saville
Blade Runner
Wes Anderson
The Ocean
Pantone 3375
Grilled Tempeh
Uncoated Paper
Oscar Wilde
Outer Space
Dotted Rule Lines
1 of 8 | Our goal this year was to connect with students on a peer-to-peer level. 2 of 8 | A minisite was added to the existing good choices site 3 of 8 | Students can participate in a chat room simulation, where the Debunker asks a question and the student responds. 4 of 8 | The debunker then responds with the correct answer in a conversational tone. 5 of 8 | The Tool Kit is a matchbook-sized envelope which contains a condom. It is designed to combat embarrassment students have when accepting condoms provided by the University Health Center by using discrete packaging and a humorous tagline. 6 of 8 | The Dealer is a card game with sixteen cards, each containing either a common activity and a way to make it more interesting. The player will deal the cards face down and draw a light purple card and a dark purple card, combining the two for an interesting, and legal, activity. 7 of 8 | The Drunk Dial is a card with telephone numbers for local taxicab companies. A student can carry this card a wallet or purse so they always have a safe way to get home. 8 of 8 | Large window clings will be placed on buildings around campus, using the same language as the Debunker. These will direct attention to the Good Choices campaign and the newly-launched minisite. They are printed on a transparent material that is visible only one-way.
1 of 7 2 of 7 | Using the slider, the user can rate how their day was, enter a comment, and see the new point plotted on a weekly graph. 3 of 7 | They can retrieve comments by tapping on the points on the weekly graph. 4 of 7 | The user can also set the range of the graph and view monthly, yearly, or other increments. 5 of 7 | By storing data from ratings, the comparison tool can be used to compare one set of data versus another. 6 of 7 | As shown here, a user can compare a specific month versus global statistics. 7 of 7 | On the global view, average global ratings are displayed, in a weekly, monthly, or yearly view. Tapping on a point causes popular words used in comments to appear, allowing users to discern why a particular point may have been good or bad.
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1 of 4 2 of 4 3 of 4 | Die-cut reveals color below. 4 of 4
1 of 4 2 of 4 3 of 4 4 of 4 | Diagrams illustrate how shock absorbing systems function.
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1 of 10 | Primary Logo 2 of 10 | Storefront Sign 3 of 10 | Packaging and instructions for lens cleaner, lens cloths, and an eyeglass case. 
A seasonal catalog will also be available in the store. 4 of 10 | A small pad of tags which is attached to the front shelves which display frames in the store. Customers can tear them off to take home for reference. An icon system instructs the customer what the frames are best suited for. 5 of 10 | Back of Shelf Tags 6 of 10 | A catalog of new frames, available in-store. Wire-bound to lay flat for display. 7 of 10 | Using tactile paper and metallic ink, the business system conveys the experience of the brand, while remaining suitable for professional communication. 8 of 10 | With the iPhone app, customers can take a photo of themselves, browse the catalog of frames, then see how the frame looks on their face. 9 of 10 10 of 10 | Posters to be placed on bus stops and other outdoor locations in Chicago to bring more customers into the store.