A web designer from Toronto
Yes, I’ve been terrible at posting things on here, but on the bright side I’ve been doing really well with my little daily screencap project.
You can see process shots of my school assignments and various self-initiated projects under the #process tag. One day I’ll upload the final versions along with detailed explanations, but not now! I still have so many projects to finish before fall semester ends.
Best of luck to everyone doing finals! There is sleep at the end of the tunnel.
A rough, incomplete pattern I worked on for a package design that never happened. Looks a bit chain mail-y.
Going to make an effort to look for cool typography around the city and document them here. This chalk lettering is on a sandwich board outside Noce restaurant along Queen St. W.
I wonder who made it?
October 2nd marked the beginning of my design internship at Whitman Emorson. So far it’s been an absolute blast! Their varied clientele means I never know what kind of work I’m going to do next and this keeps me on my toes.
It has only been a couple of weeks but I’ve already learned so much. A lot of it consist of lessons that I would have never learned in school. I’m immensely grateful.
The first work I did for them was designing this website for The Frocktail Party, an annual fashion event in Toronto that auctions off designer garments to raise money for diabetes research. It’s a fairly simple design but it feels good to see it up and running.
LP cover design for Jhameel’s Soldier’s Daughter. This is a comp I made for a school project, but I don’t think I’ll be using this for the final since my prof wants me to go a different direction.
Another day, another pattern.
Cut up some leftovers paint scraps from last semester’s colour class, scanned them, and made a fun pattern! More to come.