Design

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WiTCHes Book Club Facebook Banner

For my last semester at Loyola University Chicago, I joined a research group which looked at women and feminism's relationship with technology and communication history. This research group formed a book club called WiTCHes (Women in Technology and Communication History) Book Club. I decided to design a cover image for the Facebook group using cursive font weaving in and out of san-serif font. 


Downton Abbey Website using HTML & CSS

One of my favorite classes at Loyola was my Web Design & Usability class. I learned how to use HTML and CSS to create websites. The midterm assignment was to create a website, using only HTML and CSS, about some form of art. With Downton Abbey being my favorite television show, I chose to make her website all about the British historical period-drama. Above are some of the screenshots of the website and below are some screenshots of the HTML and CSS files. 

HTML of the home page

HTML of the home page

CSS of the website

CSS of the website

HTML of the Images page

HTML of the Images page


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San Diego Diplomacy Council Logo Re-Design

In 2015, the San Diego Diplomacy Council (SDDC) was awarded the Stonewall Award at the San Diego LGBT Pride Festival. The Stonewall Award is given to individuals or organizations who contribute significantly to the LGBTQ+ community through their leadership, activism, and fundraising efforts. For the event, I redesigned the SDDC logo for a t-shirt design using the colors on the LGBTQ+ flag. The front of the shirt has the SDDC logo and the name while the back has the world map, "Pride in Bringing the World to San Diego, and the website.


Digital Media II: Vector

For this assignment, students were to illustrate a poster of a Latin phrase. The trick was to have the Latin text legible with the illustration clearly depicting what the phrase meant and have the English meaning hidden somewhere on the poster. I designed this poster based off the phrase "Radix Lecti" meaning Couch Potato. 


Ponche de Granada Logo

My grandparents own a farm in Mexico where they grew pomegranates. With these pomegranates, my family started to make Ponche de Granada which translates to Pomegranate Punch. This drink is almost like wine but is made with pomegranate seeds instead of grapes. I made a logo for the distribution of the bottles and designed the logos featured above.