Delish – Episode Title Cards

Goal: The cooking show, Delish, wanted title cards specific to each episode.  The current graphics were already made from images of real food; the producers and I wanted to continue this trend in the title cards.  The title cards were also meant to be eye-catching and express the fun ambiance of the show. Media: Photoshop.…

Trojan Vision TV Station – Microphone Flags

Goal: The TV Station’s microphone flags, used for reporting and interviews, needed to be updated with the station’s new logo.  The General Manager wanted them to be in theme with the sleek and modern re-branded logo.  He also wanted the flags to be eye-catching without pulling all of the focus away from the people using the microphones.…

Trojan Vision TV Station – Open House Digital Flyer

Goal: Create an informational and eye catching flyer to inform returning and new students when and where the TV Station Open House would take place.  The Open House was a showcase for the various shows and departments of the Trojan Vision TV Station to recruit volunteers.  I wanted the flyer to be different from any…

Trojan Vision – Award Certificates

Goal: The original award certificates for the Trojan Vision TV station season wrap-up banquet were white with only the logo in the middle.  The station managers and I decided that they needed to look more like actual awards.  The General Manager wanted elegant colors and a nod to popular entertainment awards.  The stars were chosen…

Richter Family Reunion T-Shirts

    Goal: The Richter Family wanted to create T-shirts for everyone representing the family vacation and reunion at a resort located in Texas and called the Lost Moose Lodge.  The first design with multi-colored moose was chosen due to printing costs, and the sentimentality created from each moose representing a member of the family.…

Color Replacement – Mind Games

Goal: The game show, Mind Games, needed the original lower-third adjusted and two more in different colors related to the puzzle pieces of Mind Games’ logo.  Utilizing the original lower-third, the double name lower-third was created, and the other two had their puzzle pieces replaced and the colors of the bars adjusted.  The four puzzle…