Responsive website mockups for a small startup company providing a unique oyster experience
Our client wanted a responsive site that was image focused and would highlight the beauty of the area. The template we created kept the focus on the images by using simple text and navigation.
My final project for a course focused in Photoshop was to create a website mockup redesign of a current live site of our choosing. I chose a local oyster bar, Midtown Oyster Bar, as I felt their site was dated and could use some TLC. I chose to go with a dark and light theme, highlighting the most important aspects of a restaurant website - menu and reservations. I kept the focus on the images, as that is what will really draw customers to choose a dining location.
Students were asked to create a recipe book using InDesign that included at least 12 pictures and 15 recipes. I chose a “one-pot wonder” theme and wanted to keep the book looking sleek and modern, with large images of the food. These images are of the cover and three internal spreads. For the full PDF you can download it here.
This is part of a series of personal projects focusing on using custom brushes and textures in illustrator. All textures are custom created and in vector format. In re-creating a seltzer can I was focusing on using texture and color to mimic highlights and shadows.
This landscape artwork was created in illustrator using a variety of custom texture brushes and gradients. This artwork is part of a personal project exploring light, shadows, and color.
This project was part of my class work for a course working towards my masters degree in which students were asked to create a social media campaign for a company called Travel Vida. We were given specifics about the company and text to be included, but all visuals and design were up to the students. I decided to go with eye-catching colors and images that I thought would stand out in a social feed. Designs were created in Adobe Photoshop.
I wanted to create a personal logo to use on my website. I decided to merge the letters “B” and “H” and use color and negative space in a creative way to create an eye-catching design.
This was a personal project where I wanted to dive into masks and effects in photoshop. As you can tell, I did not take adequate time in selecting and refining the edge of the woman’s face because the practice here was with effects.
This label was a fun project I worked on with a close friend. She was creating a variety of homemade beauty products and asked me to design a few of her labels. She wanted to stick with a modern, sleek aesthetic and a black and white color palette.
This invitation was created for a BOMA event hosted at a modern restaurant in LA. I matched the colors and fonts with those used on the restaurants website and in their logo, and added a geometric background to add some interest.
This invitation was created for a friend’s wedding. She and her partner wanted the invitation to look fun and unique, as their children were “hosting” the event. I used handwritten fonts that had a young feel to them and added decorative elements that helped keep the invitation feeling hand-drawn.