This is the Snapchat Geofilter that I created for a wedding in July 2017. The filter was available at the church after the ceremony and at the reception venue for guests to take and post pictures on their social media.
This is online banner design that I created for UNO Sigma Kappa Sorority. The design’s purpose was to promote formal sorority recruitment coming up and attract new followers to the groups’ social media pages. This design was used on members’ and the group’s Facebook accounts two weeks before the recruitment registration deadline.
This is a digital design that I created for the Omaha Area Youth Orchestra’s social media for Labor Day. This is using a photo of one of the youth members of the group during a practice. The design was used on the group’s Facebook and Twitter social media pages. This project was part of volunteer work I did through Thrivinci Nonprofit Consulting Group.
This is a press release that I sent as the officer of Public Relations to news stations and local radio to promote biannual Sigma Kappa philanthropy event.
This is a press release document that I turned in as an assignment in my Capstone I course as a CommUNO Magazine team member.
The University of Nebraska at Omaha sorority, Sigma Kappa, is hosting a carnival for Alzheimer’s disease Saturday, April 22, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Lake Zorinsky.
The event is part of Sigma Kappa sorority’s biannual ultra violet campaign to raise money for Alzheimer’s disease research and awareness. Tickets are $12 and the price includes hot dogs, chips, a drink and five carnival game tickets. There will be a silent auction raffle and dessert bake sale along with carnival games at the event.
All proceeds from the event will go to the Sigma Kappa foundation, which donates a portion of the donations to directly benefit Alzheimer’s care, support, and research.
The event is open to the public, is family-friendly and parking is free at the event. To find out more information visit: www.facebook.com/events/1846983252291454/
This is the visual identity and logos for Conrad Photography, my mom and I’s amateur photography “business”. The designs are what are featured on our Facebook pages and any stationery we send. It is a split photo of photos that we each took of each other and I spliced together to make us appear to be standing next to
The design is a split photo with separate photos that we each took of each other at one of the events that we shot at and I spliced together to make us appear to be standing next to each other. I feel that it gives us a more family kind of feeling as opposed to a collage of photos like several other photography pages I have seen. The logo is very simple with the focus being our last name. Overall I feel these designs were very successful in creating a consistent brand identity.
These are designs that I created to promote Chipotle’s Fundraiser night with Sigma Kappa’s Ultra Violet Month campaign for Alzheimer’s. These designs were used on social media, digital banners on campus and printed out as fliers and table top tents on campus. The entire UV Month promotions, that this event was a part of, was consistently branded with the same color scheme and feel.
These are designs that I created to promote Sigma Kappa’s Ultra Violet Dodgeball Tournament for Alzheimer’s. These designs were used on social media, digital banners on campus and printed out as fliers and table top tents on campus. The entire UV Month promotions, that this event was a part of, was consistently branded with the same color scheme and feel.
These are designs that I created to promote the Sigma Kappa Car Show through social media. These designs used the purple ribbon for Alzheimer’s Disease and continued with a color scheme of white, dark gray and purple. The photos used in the design were taken at the 2014 and 2015 Car Shows to show the event taking place. The event was actually canceled due to a change to a BBQ (see other post for new designs) and these promotions were ever distributed, but nonetheless were ready for use for the event and I had a lot of fun creating them.