Graphic Design

Here are some of my designs, and if you scroll over the image, you will see a brief description of the piece at the bottom of the image. Click on the image to enlarge it.


Infographics

 

After compiling data from more than 100 map handouts, I was able to plot the most traveled routes to school and track the traffic flow of the neighborhood.

This is part of my Graphics Portfolio that won Silver from the Dallas Morning News Journalism Competition 2015 and 2nd place in CSPA's Gold Circle Award for “Informational graphics: Portfolio of work.”

 

This was one of my most complex infographics, utilizing data across four grades and five different platforms to visualize social trends.

This is part of my Graphics Portfolio that won Silver from the Dallas Morning News Journalism Competition 2015 and 2nd place in CSPA's Gold Circle Award for “Informational graphics: Portfolio of work.”

 

 By utilizing color-coded bar graphs that corresponded to each service's color, I was able to convey the data extremely visually.


 

By using a wide array of data visualizations and ample spacing between statistics, I created a clean and informative graphic.


This infographic utilized whitespace to turn complex statistics into readable infographics.


With a sliding bar graph, I was able to effectively convey the differences between the two cities. 


 
 

The logos on top are the most intricate and meaningful parts of the infographic, conveying visually what each bar represents, combining art with information.

This is part of my Graphics Portfolio that won Silver from the Dallas Morning News Journalism Competition 2015 and 2nd place in CSPA's Gold Circle Award for “Informational graphics: Portfolio of work.”

 

Illustrations

For the December 2015 Issue, I used Photoshop to create a dynamic and colorful photo-illustration. 

This illustration created a sense of distance between these two buildings by drawing them on top of two cliffs.

The cover of our February 2016 magazine featured an array of buildings in Dallas. I drew this illustration in Adobe Illustrator with strokes of varying widths to give perspective and realism to the skyline.

My first attempt at a comic got an excellent response from the community for its contrasting abstract and realistic styles.

In another comic, I portrayed people more realistically and included dialogue to enhance the punchline.