A collection of designs I have done for work and school thus far. Feel free to reach out through any of my social media to see about getting design work for yourself done. I take pride in my ability to create logos and work with space.
This infographic was created in Dr. Sean Zdenek's Document Design class. It represents a syllabus I created for an assignment in Dr. Rich Rice's Histories and Theories of Composition class in the Fall 2015 semester. It can be viewed and downloaded as a PDF here.
Queerceñera 3 Flier
This flier was designed for the 3rd annual Queerceñera held by the The Michigan Indígena/Chicanx Community Alliance (MICCA). The event is a weeklong coming-of-age celebration of queer youth of color. Click here for a PDF, high-quality version of the flier.
MA Portfolio Cover
I made this design for the final portfolio for my Master's in technical communication at Texas Tech University. It's meant to convey the main components of the portfolio, as well as showing the movement of the items falling out of the portfolio.
This is a logo I designed for my podcast, Prolific.
4B Election Newspaper Guide
This is the a guide I created for an election in Midland, Texas, as part of my work as a copyeditor for the Midland Reporter-Telegram. The guide runs through some of the history surrounding the election, details about what the 4B tax entailed, and what the tax would do to existing structures in the city.
These are icons I created for a presentation about how I spent my time as a first-year PhD student.
This is a cover I designed for a weekly Culture section for the Midland Report-Telegram. The featured story was about local gamers playing Magic: The Gathering, a popular trading card game. Because of my own experiences playing the game and knowledge of card designs, I decided to make the cover emulate the appearance of a trading card. The quality for this scan is a little sub-par as this was the only copy of that particular issue I could find.
This is a business card I made for a minor assignment in a Document Design course with Dr. Sean Zdenek at Texas Tech University.