During the first few weeks of my internship at Dionisa’s Design’s, I spent time exploring different invitation styles. Dionisa’s Design’s is creating an online invitation shop to showcase invitations that are already designed, and then they only replace the date, name, etc. I found art deco, watercolor, modern, vintage, and traditional invitations to be popular.… Continue reading Internship: Exploring Different Invitation Styles
At my internship with Dionisa’s Design’s, the types of clients they usually work with are brides, wedding planners, and small businesses that need logos and branding. Client Meetings At my first client meeting, we asked the bride and planner questions about the wedding, types of invitations they liked, where the wedding was taking place, colors… Continue reading Client Relationships
Through the last two week in web design, I have learned about mockups for websites, and navigation for websites. I learned about the different navigational strategies such as drop down, column, text, and breadcrumb navigation. I found a page that would be helpful to get ideas about different types of navigation, click here to view the page.… Continue reading Week 8 and 9
This week in my design communication class, I was exploring stacked typography. I created a mood board and explored different font families, letterforms and block type. Below is my inspiration for stacked type! Stacked Type Mood Boards The next step I took to explore stacked type; was to visit restaurants and research the different menu… Continue reading Stacked Typography
Last week, we had our Artist-In-Residence at Stevenson University. Sue Johnson was our visiting Artist. There were all kinds of workshops and events to see her work. I was only able to go to the Thursday and Friday events. Thursday night, there was a discussion about her work that was in our school. Her work… Continue reading Watercolor Workshop & More
During winter break, one of my favorite hobbies is to make paper snowflakes. Today I want to show you some of snowflakes that I made, and how I make them!