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Many of my friends started asking for flyers and for their fraternities or for their birthdays. It was fun to showcase my work and cater to the different themes of each event in their specific design styles, that are different from my own.

Playing with Styles, Type, and Overprint

In the free time I have with COVID-19, I have been designing and experimenting with design a lot more. Things like mixing and warping typefaces, playing with the overprint function, sketching, and creating designs for friends and family!

Summit Anesthesia

These Summit Anesthesia mock-ups were created to provide direction for a Medical group in Hemet, California. Their colors for all of the underlying subgroups under their main group are navy and gold and they knew they wanted something having to do with mountains in the logo, due to 'Summit.' 

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Therapy Direct

Therapy Direct came to me, in the early stages of app development, looking for a design that encompassed the different options for therapy. The app is going to allow therapists to communicate directly to clients and schedule appointments, without having to go through the hassle of a third party, so it was important to represent everyone involved. The client had the idea of using a head, but wanted to leave the rest of the design to me. I created a couple concepts before we decided we wanted to use icons to denote each therapist channel and include the home. The final logo emphasizes all areas and stays minimalistic in order to convey the apps purpose in just a glance.

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Foxcycle was a logo created for a friend's Computer Science project. The objective
was to build a website for a bike shop called Foxcycle, named after their professor. I was excited to create the logo for them that showcases a fox with a bicycle for eyes and eyebrows. It was a fun project, and I'm glad I got to help the group out.