Rick Poyner writes in No More Rules that “Postmodernism cannot be understood without reference to modernism.” (Poyner, 2003, p. 10). Therefore, as a design theory, I define postmodernism as an extension of modernism: postmodern design is an expansion of typographic rules and an evolution of spacial understanding. For starters, in typography even the rebellious Wolfgang … Continue reading Defining Postmodernism
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 … Continue reading Sunshine and Smiles Logo
As part of an introductory Packaging/User Experience course at Texas State University, Stephanie re-designed Fisher's Nut Exactly Snack Bite bag. The project consisted of building personas, testing mock ups, designing graphics, and compiling a process booklet. Click here to view the whole project from beginning to end!