These items were made for a girls baby shower. I worked closely with the mother-to-be to determine the feel of these pieces.
The Parkinson’s Disease Association of San Diego, PDASD, hosts a fund-raising walk and fun run each year. They required various materials, including registration forms, buttons, and posters, to be used in conjunction with this event. New elements were designed for this walk and included in PDASDs updated brochure and membership package. The brochure explains their purpose, programs, and services. The membership package was created to mail to perspective members of the San Diego chapter. Information regarding the chapter, levels of membership, and an enrollment form to be completed and returned were included.
Hunter had many promotional items to give to distributors and contractors. The trucker hats are for contractors. It was given away to promote the new pro-adjustable nozzles. The blue-colored shirt was given to people who attended the open house of a new Hunter building. Attendees were from all over the world, therefore, the word “blue” is translated into all applicable languages on the back. The brown-colored shirt intitally began as a request for those who worked on the Development Team for the I-35. It became so popular, the T-shirt was then handed out to anyone who requested it. The gray-colored shirt was distributed the same time as the trucker hats.
This full page advertisement was published in multiple magazines to push the Hunter Golf brand, specifically the TTS rotor. The creative group brainstormed several options to push the TTS rotor and the “Play On” tag. I developed this concept and executed the design. It shows that this rotor can be serviced without removing it from the ground, allowing golfers to “Play On.”
This promotion was for Hunter Industries to mail out to 5,000 landscape specifiers and architects. It was a year long contest with a monthly and quarterly winner, and one grand prize winner. Every month, one “Spec Hint” card was mailed to each participant. In the center was a hint and, to reveal the answer, the participant folded the card aligning the blue arrows on each side. The creative group created the “Spec Hint” concept. From there, I developed the design of the front and back of the card, including how the answer was revealed on each card.