Hello, I’m Kenzie!
To be very honest, I barely knew what graphic design was when I came to Oregon State. I had absolutely no idea what I wanted to do the rest of my life or what I wanted to study! Luckily, I changed my major to graphic design and got into the program. Over the last four years, I have grown so much as a creative, a graphic designer and as a person. I strive to spread positivity, love and happiness through my designs. I hope you enjoy my designs as much as I enjoyed creating them.Portfolio Website Capstone
The goal of this project was to create a booklet for a company of your choice. I chose my favorite coffee shop in Corvallis, called Coffee Culture, a locally owned cafe that started in 1993 and has been growing ever since.
The design for this booklet was to be minimalistic with an addition of color to every page. I designed this booklet so that the viewer would have a very easy time navigating through the pages. In addition, I also wanted to celebrate the brand that Coffee Culture already has. The owner of the store described their branding as “timeless.” They wanted their brand to last a very long time and to stand out among other local coffee places in town.
#Photoshop #InDesign #print
Mad Hippie Rebrand
Mad Hippie is a skin care and makeup company located in Portland, Oregon. Their skincare products are proven to be sustainable and effective but their brand is inconsistent and confusing. I created a brand to celebrate what Mad Hippie products positively offer to their customers and the environment.
#Illustrator #Photoshop #print #packaging #logo #brand guide
This was a multifaceted project culminating in several different typographic-crafted pieces all sharing the same conceptual and visual system. The event was based on an actual event — Association of Writers & Writing Program Annual Conference. The topic I chose was about Women’s Equality and helping young women realize their potential. The different components of this project were a poster, program booklet, event badges, and swag.
#Illustrator #Photoshop #InDesign #print #identity #event design