Minimalist graphics for middle-schools familiar with smart phone graphics. The austere look prevents being overwhelmed by information.
I'm a three-dimensional designer and, let's face it, it's a three-dimensional world. That said, part of my job has always been designing 2D graphics: environmental images, way-finding signs, educational interpretive graphics, and even price tags for Walmart. Two-dimensional graphics are invaluable in expressing museum exhibits, finding your way around, or knowing the price of a lawn mower at Lowe's. The sample's I'm showing here are mostly interpretive graphics for museums, created with an academic curator who needs me to turn her words into pictures and compelling text. It can be challenging, but also rewarding when it all works out. I also do all the production preparation, delivering print-ready packages to the print house.
These are sample layouts of graphic design projects I either personally created or were create by design departments I headed.