Hi my name is Kathryn and I’m based in Seattle, Washington.Design is everywhere and I believe that good design is crucial to creating a better world. I especially like information design, brand identity and UX/UI. With UX/UI design, I love figuring out how to make the design more effective so that the message is clear and keeps the user engaged. I draw my inspiration from everywhere and love to switch up my style to see what I’m capable of doing. When I'm not designing, I like to listen to music, cross stitch, cook and discover new random hobbies.
My infographic is about anxiety disorders with a focus on college students since that is typically the age group where these disorders develop. I also decided to focus
on college students because during this time we're going through a big transition and so paying attention to our mental health is crucial. I wanted my audience to become more knowledgeable about the impact of anxiety disorders since it is the most common mental health disorder in the world. I included statistics, pie charts and illustrations in order to help aid the information and help keep the reader engaged throughout the poster.
Jelli DonutsFor my brand identity project, I decided to create a donut shop! I made the business cards, letterhead, envelope, a punch card and a donut box prototype. Usually donut shop colors are pink but I wanted to move away from that a bit so I used pink, purple and yellow for my main colors. I also decided to turn the donut illustration into a pattern for the back of my cards and for the inside of the donut box. I also aimed to choose colors and a typeface that would make customers feel welcomed and intrigued.
The Rent-A-Cat app is an app where you can rent a cat to have for a few hours at a time. I decided to make this app because I know a lot of people like cats, including myself. You can either rent a cat or register your own to be rented. This mock up shows 7 out of 10 of the screens that walks you through how you would navigate the app.