I designed a support letter and prayer request card for a friend of mine. The designs of both tie together with similar fonts and vector styles to match with her personality. Simple and cute.
The support letter is letter sized, and the prayer request cards fit 8 to a page.
Her contact information has been blocked out to protect her privacy.
This is a side project/hobby of converting contemporary Christian lyrics into phone screen backgrounds, 13″ laptop wallpapers, Facebook photo covers, and Instagram posts.
Visit the full collection at www.worshipwallpapers.com.
Self-teaching myself HTML, CSS, and liquid syntax, I created new pages and edited the design of InBody’s website on Shopify– an e-commerce platform.
My biggest project was designing new product pages that could be strong enough to generate an inquiry without the use of a salesperson. The company went from 0-5 inquiries a month in December 2015 to 56 inquiries in March 2016.
These set of flyers were done for four industries- fitness, weight loss, nutrition, and medical- and were divided into B2B and B2C target audiences for a total of 8 different flyers.
Called “intro flyers”, these were designed to grab people’s attention at trade shows or for a business to grab the attention of their customers to use the product.
I designed a logo for this water bottle to raise money for my 2-year missions trip. This logo is reflective of Psalm 27:14:”Wait for the Lord; be strong and take heart and wait for the Lord.”
This catalog was a project done during a period of redesigning all print material. I decided to go with a bigger size of paper of 11″x17″ (originally letter size) to enhance the user’s understanding of the result sheet on the back–which is the product’s main selling point.
The inside of the catalog provides users a short description of what makes the product stand out, its key features, and helps the users visualize how their business would run if they purchased this product.