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Website design that showcase all science departments, centers, and schools at Arizona State University, while maintaining a consistent look throughout despite the varying degrees of content for different units. The design needed to be simple with short text, dynamic imagery and easy consistent navigation.
For the Alameda Natural History Collections grand opening, we designed the posters mounted on plexi, roll up banners, labels and window wraps. The Natural History Collections are comprised of nine different collections that support the university’s teaching, research and public outreach functions.
An infographic created for Melissa A. Wilson Sayres summarizing a collaborative research study about human ancestry. Breaking the content into separate panels and using crisp, clear graphic helped to simplify this complex research publication into something more easily accessible to a general public audience.
Ancestry Figure (PDF) | Ancestry Figure for Social Media (PDF)
Hand drawn illustration to give it a home made feeling to the product. As the project went along over the years, there have been numerous types of jars that the honey from the School of Life Sciences Bee Lab is contained in and thus we created several versions of the same look and feel.
We created the artwork for giveaway items such as T-shirts, water bottles, presentation folders, etc. for ASU School of Life Sciences Ignite retreat, a camp retreat for new students. The VisLab also took photographs (view in Flickr) and created a video in order to document the event. Ignite retreat allows new students to meet faculty, staff and other new students and allows them to develop leadership and team-building skills through science-based activities and a team challenge course.
SOLS magazine started as a newsletter in 2005 as a way to showcase the breadth of research and studies done in the School of Life Sciences. The magazine has a general theme within each issue, but at the same time maintains a consistent brand.
The Ugly Bug Contest has been part of the Flagstaff Festival of Science and Mt. Campus Science Day since 1997. We developed the online version on the Ask A Biologist website beginning in 2008. Over the years we’ve developed various themes in order to get kids of all ages excited about voting for the ugliest bug and at the same time learn about microscopy and insects. This is the latest version of the Ugly Bug Contest where we developed the videos and Drupal functionality.