2020 has been a whirlwind and so much has happened within just barely 4 months. That shouldn’t stop us from achieving our goals right? This year I promised myself that I will do things that are out of my comfort zone and really challenge myself whether it’s career-related or just personal. After weeks of researching
I worked at a local news station after I graduated college and there I met a few awesome people including Lena. She’s an outstanding journalist and when she asked me to design her business card, I was so thankful and honored. She wanted a design that shows she’s a charismatic reporter/anchor and always down for
I’ve been playing around Procreate ever since I got an iPad and an Apple Pencil. I must say that it’s a great tool for illustrations. It’s straightforward to use and you can’t really go wrong with it. For my first illustration, I decided to draw some Yeezys and I created my very own unique colorways.
Played around with words and typography. Each type represents the meaning of each action listed.
I’ve always been passionate about sustainability and saving our planet in general. During my last semester of college, our last project was to design a poster talking about awareness. I chose fast fashion because it’s one of the leading cause of climate change. I reached out to Remake Movement – a nonprofit that is changing
Capgemini is a global consulting and technology company. I interned for the company for more than a year and I gained a lot of skills and experiences. Part of my role in the company was to design assets and this flyer was one of the work that I have done in the past. The flyer
This is an experimental project in which I used my own travel experiences as an inspiration. Travelist would be the kind of magazine company I would start. For this design, my theme is nature and outdoors. I used warm colors to showcase that theme. I had so much fun designing this magazine and I actually
Rise and Grind Coffee is a local cafe in San Francisco. I visited their shop when I was in SF in 2017 and just really enjoyed my time there. Fast forwarding to the beginning of 2018, we had a project in my graphic design class where the objective is to design a logo for a
Designed book covers for a school project. We had the freedom of choosing which books to redesign as long as they all have the same genre. I chose dystopian books because I’m a huge fan.
I designed this infographic for my Graphic Design class and I really had fun with it. The reason why I chose to do a travel one and specifically San Francisco is because this was when I just came back from my trip there. The city really inspired me and that trip was really adventurous. The