Case Study: Designing at Boarding School

My experience with a small international school in the NL started one cold November day in 2010. My husband (a teacher) was invited to have a chat about their opening in the English department and they hoped to recruit the pair of us as houseparents a struggling boarding house. Many discussions later, we agreed to […]

Proposed design: park toilet

Proposed design: park toilet

Ever walked into the wrong side of the public bathroom facility? It’s not so difficult to do in this park. This design has become too subtle and unfortunately ineffective.     This the current situation of the park: toilets located in brick “hut” amongst the trees. It gets a bit lost and it’s not quite […]

Story of my life as a print designer

Posted on Nov 29, 2011 in design process, information design
Story of my life as a print designer

I agree that this is an especially clever poster done for the Art Directors Club. This hits close to home for me as a traditionally trained graphic designer who is furiously learning and showing more digital work in my portfolio. —- ADC 91st Annual Awards Call for Entries Campaign by DDB New York Encourages Creatives […]

Don’t Feed the…Cambridge Botanical Garden

Posted on Oct 29, 2011 in information design
Don’t Feed the…Cambridge Botanical Garden

It’s not everyday you get this kind of warning!

Information Design at Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia

Information Design at Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia

[Barcelona] Award winning design on site of the church that’s taken over a century to build. The numbers on the placard correspond to audio clips that visitors can access on a headset provided at the entrance (for a fee). The tour is marked by a series of checkpoints that give detailed information about that section […]