As chair of the conference communications committee, I was tasked with spearheading not only the souvenir journal, but the conference website and all other marketing endeavors.
I was hired to make business cards for a local Oklahoma City barber, Stan Bradford. The project included working with existing themes and brand colors while implementing a cleaner presentation. This included a logo redesign with an eye towards clean lines and vector-based scalability.
A few weeks ago, I was contacted about editing and layout for the 2014 Midwestern Regional Leadership Conference and I agreed to do so having already finished designs for my chapter and the state.
I recently had a client that wanted a Sex and the City-esque logo. I fired up Pixelmator and set out to make some swarovski goodness happen on screen!
My good friend and sorority sister, Keisha Driskell, 2014 candidate for National Trustee of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, hired me to create her multimedia presence.
Real Estate Girlfriends, a networking community for women real estate agents, hired me to create a logo that is in line with their branding goals.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. — Xi Nu Zeta Chapter website redesign launch. This build includes a custom design and a responsive build with Zurb’s Foundation 4 on the Concrete 5 CMS.
Melissa Jones, candidate for National Graduate Member to the Executive Committee of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., hired me to create her multimedia presence.
Using a “pattern fill” in Pixelmator is more a case of redefining terminology than a lack of functionality – coming from Adobe Photoshop can be a #PITA.
Tamara Stallings is a Career Strategist. She wanted an urban, savvy business identity for consulting company, GoBGreat