I had the privilege to work on T-mobile ads while being with WONGDOODY. From store front window to simple in-store ads, I learned the T-Mobile brand guidelines throughout the proccess of creating.
More to come! These two in particular was a bit of a challenge because the client wanted to be flexible on the display of these table tents. In the end we came up with a reversible table tent that employees can simply flip when the season passes. Easy to manufacture, affordable, and does its job.
Unfortunately, some of the Microsoft projects I worked on are top secret; as in not out in stores yet, so I will keep posting when I am allowed.
Problem: People's lack of knowledge or enthusiasm for recycling.
Goal: Make an app to make people more environmentally cautious using Ben & Jerry's as sponsor.
Solution: App that allows Teachers to teach children to have fun while being educated by partaking in Recycle-A-Thon. Each third graders from each school district from the whole country will compete in how much they can recycle. Winner will win a t-shirt "Reccle-A-Thon Champions" and mini ice cream for a whole school year during lunch. Each school will get a recycling box that will weigh how much they recycled, as well as calculate how much watts and dollars they have saved.
Animal Care expo campaign.
Problem: Most animal expos are geared towards a higher age group
Solution: Use high quality pictures, sensitive type treatment, and eye catching colors to attract younger crowd
student project: Packaging design
Objective: Make packaging for anything of your choice
Object: Aromatherapy bottle
Problem: too feminine
Solution: Tone down feminine-esque type, and graphics.
I had a privilege to work with the laser cutting machine.
From simple to complicated. From balsa wood to pine.