Some of Latest Work Coming Out of the Haus

(Please see the various Design an Illustration portfolios for more samples.)

My clients requested a cover that was simple and uncluttered while conveying the seemingly complex content of metrics collection and analysis. Since the topic of the book deals with feline and canine populations, they were of course included in the graphic.

My clients requested a cover that was simple and uncluttered while conveying the seemingly complex content of metrics collection and analysis. Since the topic of the book deals with feline and canine populations, they were of course included in the graphic.

Every Nose Counts

A recently completed book project, Every Nose Counts: Using Metrics in Animal Shelters has the potential of enrich many lives that don't even pick up books to read. Drs. J.M. Scarlett and M. Greenberg wrote a book to help animal shelters, veterinarians and their staff “improve their operations and enhance the welfare of their animals if they collect, summarize and interpret data wisely.”

Charts of numbers can look pretty bland and homogenized without the use of prioritized emphasis in the graphics. Color and type treatments were used to not only differentiate the importance of information but also create interest in order to keep the reader reading.

Charts of numbers can look pretty bland and homogenized without the use of prioritized emphasis in the graphics. Color and type treatments were used to not only differentiate the importance of information but also create interest in order to keep the reader reading.

The project called for many types of charts and figures to be created and utilized throughout the book which I initially knew only a little about. The research and learning process was only part of the fun in creating various graphics which will ultimately keep viewers interested. The greater challenge was keeping these graphics on the same page and/or spreads where they were referred to in the text without big gaps left in the pages. Photos made this challenge a bit easier.

The project called for many types of charts and figures to be created and utilized throughout the book which I initially knew only a little about. The research and learning process was only part of the fun in creating various graphics which will ultimately keep viewers interested. The greater challenge was keeping these graphics on the same page and/or spreads where they were referred to in the text without big gaps left in the pages. Photos made this challenge a bit easier.

Info-graphics were also used sporadically in the book along with adorable photos of pups and kitties. How can anyone resist the cuteness?

Info-graphics were also used sporadically in the book along with adorable photos of pups and kitties. How can anyone resist the cuteness?


Illustration

I continue to create artwork in my time that is free from client deadlines. Click the contact menu item to sign up for my e-newsletter and you can also stay in touch via Instagram, Facebook, Behance, or LinkedIn!


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Branding for Joni Priest Consulting

I still thoroughly enjoy creating branding, whether for a large company or a friend just launching her business. I'm certain Join Priest Consulting is going to succeed in big ways--not only is she brilliant in her knowledge but she had the good sense to ditch her plans of going with a logo from one of those online sites and work with someone who would not only take the time to get to know what she likes and doesn't like, but also challenge her to think about graphics and colors that she might not initially consider. It was an honor and joy to work with her.


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Branding for Tennessee Hospital Association's Annual Meeting

For the past several years, I've have the great honor to develop to branding for Tennessee Hospital Association's Annual Meeting. Each year it gets a whole new look which of course is great for all of us involved in developing the branding. And each year we improve upon all the ways we reach out to hospitals and their administrators and medical staff. Despite what some people will say, designing for the healthcare realm can actually be fun!