This ad was created for Fabric for Life, a clothing line with an "unfolding design" created to last. Babies and children grow really fast, so the ad represents a the funny side of the story, focusing the attention on the piece of clothing.
We had a really interesting interview the last Tuesday 11th around 3 pm, with a BYUI teacher in her office situated in the Spori Building, where Sister Delaina Scholes shared a part of her life with us. As I enter the room Sister Delaina Scholes receives me with a smile and as I sit right in… Continue reading Interview with BYU-I teacher, Sister Scholes
For this project I decided to use a Nike campaign called “Come out of nowhere”. I wanted to follow the same design scheme to keep the idea of the campaign, but at the same time I made some changes that still reflect the positivity intended for this project. I also tried to keep a consistency… Continue reading New Ad for Nike Campaign
For this specific project, we needed to create an ad in two different formats. Our product and demographics like target audience, media consumption etc, was determined by a generator. We were free to choose the brand of the product. My Product: A Spatula Brand: Di Oro living My target audience are married females from ages… Continue reading Spatula Ad with Photoshop
For my Icon Set I decided to use 90s cartoons as inspiration, because I wanted to focus in something that I actually like and I am interested in, plus is always nice to have a little throwback. My intended target audience is anyone who was born in the 90s, I wanted this to be a reminder… Continue reading 90s Cartoons Icon Set
For my Magazine Spread I decided to use an article about the open house at the Temple in Idaho Falls. This design is basically directed to any LDS member or people that is interested to know more about our Church. Complementary Colors: For this design I used Complementary Colors: Red Orange and Blue Green. I… Continue reading Idaho Falls Temple MAGAZINE SPREAD