Something small I’ve done over the last year or two, but it’s something I enjoy doing. Ministries are hard to make work well, and something like this can make a surprisingly large difference. Plus I have fun doing little projects like these! And hey, who doesn’t like some checkboxes?
One of my forays into package design. It doesn’t happen often, but I always enjoy making pretty little boxes that are functional as well. This particular design was actually a humorous misunderstanding, in that I wasn’t really supposed to do a package design for them in the first place … and so it is another unpaid, unused design, which is really a bummer, as I was looking forward to seeing it in person.
Since the physical box never saw the light of day, I made a mockup of it in Photoshop instead. That 3D extrusion model portion of Photoshop is so much more powerful than I thought it would be.
What they had me do instead of the package turned out to be a brochure design to market their nasal spray (in a considerably less fancy packaging – ah, not that I’m biased, of course). This was the final version of the resulting trifold brochure.
Poster design for Imagine Live, a concert by Thrive Abilene in Abilene, TX featuring the talents of Rolando Diaz.