Here you will find two pamphlets, one about Vehicle Residency, and one on the University of Washington’s Food Shelter (partner Camille Vance). Each accordion fold creatively displays helpful steps to best navigate the issues at hand.
Problem solving can be a daunting task, especially when you don’t know where to start. This pamphlet provides an approachable feeling by using a quirky type, bright colors, and round friendly illustrations.
Infographics & illustration – 2019
Not many people are informed on campus that UW has a food pantry. If each classroom was given a stack of these handouts then the community would have a better understanding of what the UW Food Pantry is and how they can help.
The illustrations have a hand drawn quality to them which provides a more realistic human element.
My partner Camille Vance focused on layout design while I focused on illustration.
Seattle has become increasingly expensive and therefore the amount of people living in their cars has gone up. One side of the pamphlet presents data around vehicle residence, while the other side shows how people can get involved by providing safe places for people to park.
UW Food Pantry
The UW Food Pantry is relatively new and helps provide food and hygiene products to UW students, faculty, and staff. Since they thrive on the help from volunteers, my partner Camille Vance and I designed a pamphlet to spread the word to the UW community and get them involved. One side explains the pantry’s food rescue program while the second side explains ways volunteers may help out around the food pantry.
UW Food Pantry