Wake Forest News is a piece that comes out 3 times a year, featuring news stories that have been written about Wake Forest or quoting Wake Forest experts. It collects a wide variety of stories and styles into a unified piece that gives an at-a-glance overview of the current position of the school in the news.
This set of 3 posters were designed for middle-school science classrooms, with a bite-size piece of information on each poster about how stars are formed, how we see that formation, and what we can tell about star-forming regions. The backgrounds are actual images of the star-forming regions being discussed in the text.
This set of annual reports was a 4-year series, following one cohort of students from freshman year through graduation. Magnolia Scholars at Wake Forest are the first in their families to attend college. Each year, we reported statistics about the students’ progress as well as features about the students, and the financial report on the fund. I created a unified look to carry through all four years, with a shifting color palette to differentiate each year from the previous reports.
This student campaign sought to bring attention to the benefits the capital campaign brought to students, from scholarships to research funds. This design took advantage of a waterspout feature on campus to deliver an amusing visual along with the featured statistic.
Viewbook for the School of Divinity, introducing prospective students to the program, giving statistics about the student body, and sharing the philosophy of the curriculum in clear and approachable designs.
Answering the challenge of recognizing 32,000 donors to the Wake Will capital campaign, this 8 x 10-foot image uses all of the names to reveal an iconic photograph of campus (photo by Ken Bennett). Names increase in size from bottom to top, with the smallest names in 10-pt font.