I designed these briefs to provide easy-to-read overviews of selected activities within the Evidence Project. They are primarily created for in-country office use so that researchers in the field can provide synopses of their activity to ministry of health officials, decision makers, other researchers, or interested citizens.
First designed in 2015 for the USAID Evidence Project, lead by the Population Council.
I created this advertisement for Chicago's annual Homeless Count in 2015. Printed on 11x14 paper. Made in 2014 as a student employee.
Jessie's Going to Grad School
This fun infographic skyscraper was made for a friend who was getting ready to apply to graduate school. Designed in 2013.
A Workingman's Guide to the World's Fair
An advertisement for a University of Chicago Community Service Center event. Created in 2013 as a student employee for the Center.
About Chicago Writing Contest
This advertisement was made for a writing contest entitled About Chicago hosted by the University Community Service Center at the University of Chicago. Made in 2014 as a student employee.
Chicago Studies Annual Review
I compiled this 14 page annual report into an 8.5x5.5 inch booklet to highlight the work that the Chicago Studies program had accomplished in the 2013-2014 school year.
An advertisement for a University of Chicago Community Service Center event. Created in 2014 as a student employee for the Center. Printed on 11x17 paper.
I created this flyer for a Chicago Studies sponsored viewing of An Iliad at the University of Chicago's Court Theater. Printed on 11x17 paper. Made as a student employee in 2013.
Go Abroad Sophomore Year
I made this 8.5x11 advertisement for the Center for International Education at Queens University of Charlotte as a student employee in 2011.