As an ongoing quest to retain some of my favorite activities, like eating and paying bills (OK, paying bills is not one of my favorite activities–but neither is living in a cold, dark, house) I’m posting here a portfolio of some of my prior projects.
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Sample Umpqua Community College Catalog
about 148 pgs
Shown: Covers, and 1 interior page
Sample Class Schedule
About 84 pages
Published 4 times a year
Shown: front and rear covers, sample interior page
UCC 40th Anniversary College View/Fact Book
Shown: Covers and interior page
Note: cover uses gold foil which does not scan well
Just a couple of many.
CD jewel case and label from The Centerstage Production of “The Music Man”
College van. We couldn’t afford a full vinyl wrap but I couldn’t let a white billboard drive around town without something on it. The banner on the light standard in the background–mine.
UCC performs three plays a year.
Size: 34×11 – ledger
The Miracle Worker
Waiting for Godot
Web Design and Development
Dinermagic (DM) is a menuing program that Northwest Technical, has developed (and is in the process of patenting) to allow restaurants to update their print menus from their DM website. Once the website has been updated, a pdf file is generated and copies of the menu can be printed immediately.
I am the lead graphics designer for the DM project as well as the designer for customers DM websites and menus.
The DinerMagic flagship website is the Café Kitanishi, located in Brookings, Oregon. It incorporates all of the features that DM offers.
The Cafés website is http://cafekitanishi.com.
A redesigned menu for LaFlor de Mexico, a DM customer; this from the lunch menu. Their website is http://www.laflordemexico.net (pdf menus are in the right column).
DinerMagic has a website for prospective customers, http://dinermagic-info.com:
Brochure produced for prospective DM customers. Yes, like the website above, too wordy–but content isn’t in my control.