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program book cover

Two-color Design: Monroeville Program Book Spring 2014

It’s time for the spring catalog of classes for this customer and once again it’s two-color design with heavy text formatting; I like variety in my design assignments. I’ve been designing this catalog quarterly since 2010. One of the colors

program book cover

Two-color Design: Monroeville Program Book Spring 2014

It’s time for the spring catalog of classes for this customer and once again it’s two-color design with heavy text formatting; I like variety in my design assignments. I’ve been designing this catalog quarterly since 2010. One of the colors

cover of class catalog

Two-color Design: Monroeville Program Book

It’s time for the winter catalog of classes for this customer and once again it’s two-color design with heavy text formatting; I like variety in my design assignments. One of the colors will be black, what other color best describes

cover of class catalog

Two-color Design: Monroeville Program Book

It’s time for the winter catalog of classes for this customer and once again it’s two-color design with heavy text formatting; I like variety in my design assignments. One of the colors will be black, what other color best describes

Community 50th Anniversary logo

One of my customers, Monroeville Parks and Recreation, is celebrating their 50th anniversary this year so we designed a logo they could use on materials and signage all year. The customer gave me a few ideas of logos they liked,

Community 50th Anniversary logo

One of my customers, Monroeville Parks and Recreation, is celebrating their 50th anniversary this year so we designed a logo they could use on materials and signage all year. The customer gave me a few ideas of logos they liked,

cover of course catalog

Two-color Design for Course Catalog

Once full-color printing became affordable, no one wanted to use spot colors anymore—but for about half of my career as a designer, that’s what we had to design with. Creating an attractive one-, two- or three-color layout is still a

cover of course catalog

Two-color Design for Course Catalog

Once full-color printing became affordable, no one wanted to use spot colors anymore—but for about half of my career as a designer, that’s what we had to design with. Creating an attractive one-, two- or three-color layout is still a