A software solution to food insecurity issues on campus.
Rebranding of an existing product.
Promotional materials for an engineering consulting firm.
Redesign of an existing logo.
Exploring typographic treatment to a classic book cover.
Flyers for a non-profit organization benefiting parents and their young children in Dallas, Texas.
Customer Experience solution for the South Congress/Oltorf intersection in Austin, TX.
Internet of Things (IOT) and enchanted objects around the home.
Design sprint exercise to address CARTS public transportation website.
Design sprint exercise to address intake and foster issues during natural disasters.
Gathering small, personal data-sets and how to visualize this information.
Exploring open source data through data visualization and story telling techniques.
Stephanie worked closely with the Outreach Coordinator for the College of Education to design this logo. Education = Inclusion is a professional development program for faculty and staff. The College hosts a series of programs and discussions that celebrate difference and inclusion.
When a Central Texas mom heard about homeless students in her children’s school, she decided to do something about it. Stephanie was honored to design a logo for this soon-to-be non-profit organization. The purpose of Sunshine and Smiles is to discreetly provide gift packages for homeless students on their birthdays–bringing a little sunshine to what […]
From the Save-the-Dates to the Thank-you notes, Stephanie created custom designs for one lovely bride in Tyler, TX. The delicate script lettering and pale rose color palette were carefully designed to complement the romantic occasion.
The UT Tyler Anthropology & Geography Club was really coming together and becoming quite active on campus. They requested an updated logo that showed that two disciplines were coming together. Stephanie used the ideas of civilization and cities to create an image that represents both fields of study.
Stephanie designed a few screens of an app she called “The Tool Box.” It was designed to be an app for neighbors to borrow and lend tools.