These are two flyers for Dabblers Hobbies and Cafe shop. The left one is about what you can do at Dabblers. The right one is eight hobbies that Dabblers are providing with.
I got inspired from the Logo of Worcester’s Government on its official website which makes a square into nine pieces and each of which contains a letter of “worcester”. Thus what I was trying to do was the same thing but with different background and letters.
I chose Dabblers’ cafe logo as the background picture and cut it into nine pieces in Adobe Illustrator. Then I added letters in the pieces to make it a picture puzzle. When this puzzle is out of order, people can try to figure out the coffee cup, and after the coffee cup is done, “DABBLERS” is seen!
This picture puzzle is for website advertising. Because traditional ways to do advertising like TV commercials or radios is expensive and less efficient than they were. Website advertising is a new way worth to try. And because picture puzzles are fun and interesting which make people want to do something, I hope it is able to draw people’s attention.
The Outside Page
These are the inside and outside pages of a brochure for Dabblers Hobbies and cafe shop. On the outside page, I am trying to catch people’s eyes with Dabbler’s icons and its main information like contact information, operation hours, and what people can do at Dabblers. On the inside page, details are showed such as the hobbies classes, spring events, and Dabblers main business.
I did this visual resume in Photoshop. The main part of this resume is called “climb the mountains of my life” which means I am gonna try more, learn more, and perform better. the upper pieces are my academic background and its opposite pieces are about my relevant professional background. On the top of this resume is my contact information. On the bottom, there are three parts which are the abilities of the software that I am able to use, my strengths and weaknesses, and some of my design works.
Hey, if you are looking for a person who is able to do design,or advertising, or marketing, but you are tired of reading thousands of resumes everyday. Please read my visualized resume, which I am sure will not be boring. And if you are impressed, please contact me.
This is an informational graphic design poster which elaborates the precedure of solving a 3×3 Rubik’s Cube in a visualized way. The main part of this work is the precedure that should be followed to solve a Rubik’s Cube. There are six sides of a Cube. Thus the positions of six rectangular pieces in the main part are just identical to the position of each side (the central cube) of the stretch-out before-solving cube on the bottom.
Below the main part is the instruction of the meanings of each line with different colors. After you know about the meanings, the literal part will tell you about how it works. On the bottom right is the look of a Cube before solving and solved.
I think informatonal design is a perfect channel to combine information, data, and any other written or spoken messages with visual art. Because the core of design is to communicate, to “instill a belief in the audience about the past, the present, or the future.” (Formalism to Social Significance in Communication Design, by JodiF orlizazni dC heriLe ebbon)
This is a logo I created for Dabbler’s Hobby and Cafe shop. This is part of the exercises of my Advertising Theory and Practice class this semester. Dabbler’s is a hobby shop which provides coffee and desert as well. They have six major categories of hobbies and two of the hobbies are fiber art and visual art. Thus what I tried to do is to combine these two things into a logo, which could also represent for Dabbler’s.
This is a Chinese poster but I am sure that you can understand that this is something about rabbit. Bingo! You are right! This poster is talking about the rabbit year in China. I changed some of the parts of the Chinese letters into a pair of rabbit ears and a rabbit body. I used two carrots to replace the number 11. As you can see, the big grey rabbit body with red and black lines is telling a story of the history of rabbit year. There was a fictional moon light from the top left so the red and black lines is about front lighting and back lighting.