During the pandemic, I took my first design class and became fascinated by how small visual changes can have large effects on the connotation of the information being conveyed. I have since taken every opportunity to incorporate design into my academic and professional work.
In my first design class, the professor always assigned reflection essays along with our design assignment. These assignments gave me the room to explore and think through every design choice: to understand why a design “worked.” This essay was a reflection piece I did on my collection of poster designs inspired by the masks worn during the pandemic.
The following are a variety of multimedia samples from my design classes and work experiences.