For this e-commerce site, I used a bright orange color against dull blues to push the energetic feeling and tone of a martial arts match. The angles throughout the website communicate a rush of adrenaline. For the photography, I shot with high contrast lighting to increase the intensity of the photos. The bold sans-serif font in the headlines represents strength and standing ones ground against an opponent, while the thin serif represents the ease and fluidity used in martial arts.
This responsive e-commerce website was created to highlight the Koi product line. With the paintings, I demonstrated the different ways watercolors can be used. Due to the company being Sakura of America, I decided to used light pinks similar to the sakura blossoms. The blues were pulled from the koi fish painting. By using sans-serif fonts, I made it easier to read on smaller devices, while also adding an ease to the website.
I created three different book covers for books that deal with mental illnesses. I used each cover to represent the emotions that go with these illnesses. Sharp Objects is about a reporter who cuts words into her skin. Girl, Interrupted is about depression and depersonalization. During an episode of depersonalization, the individual is unable to feel human and they are trapped in their mind. Lastly, Tell Everything is about PTSD. There is a scene where the main character has tape on her mouth, hands, and eyes; the tape on her eyes is ripped away.
This is a personal site for the musician and YouTuber, Oliver Tree. This website was created with a very ’90s-esque design to match his fashion. Oliver Tree often wears clothing with the jazz cup design, so I incorporated it into the landing page. I used HTML5, CSS, and JQuery in order to code this website. The code features fullpage.js, a content slider, and a hamburger menu.
This responsive design was created for ColossalCon, a Japanese animation convention held in Sandusky, Ohio. I used darker blues to create contrast against the yellow highlights in the illustrations. The illustrations and headlines were created in Procreate. I used a specialized brush to create the grainy effect. I wanted to create a very faded look to the graphics to relate back to manga, which are Japanese comics.