Encouraging a Community to Drive Less
This was an assignment in Words and Images at the University of Baltimore. I was tasked with identifying an issue or cause that affects members of my community.
My town, Columbia, Maryland, was planned as a pedestrian-friendly community with more than 80 miles of neighborhood pathways. Yet Columbia residents often forget about the pathways and drive everywhere.
So I created a call to action for Car-Free Fridays, urging people to leave their cars at home once a week.
My campaign communications plan included a logo and brand identity, posters, postcards, magazine ads and a website mock ups.
University Of Baltimore
The Publications Design graduate degree program.
Programs & Tools
Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop; Canon Rebel XS SLR Camera
I received an “A” on this project and my professors specifically praised my web design work.