As quoted by the company : "Kiki is a magazine for girls who love life, appreciate creativity, and recognize good ideas. A Kiki reader thinks for herself, has her own look, and is on her way to being a confident, strong, and smart young woman. She's a girl with style and substance!"
I designed Kiki's website to cater specifically toward Kiki Magazine’s consumers, "tween" girls and their parents. The site’s redesign needed to communicate with a playful, young, and fresh point of view. The final design resulted in bright colors, a combination of photographs with custom illustrations, and a simplistic layout.
After the site redesign I stayed on Kiki's team for small jobs and illustrations that included various compositions such as themed mazes, sewing and craft instructions, and character/object renderings - all inspired by the style defined by the art I did for the website.
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McAuley High School | Class of 2006
University of Cincinnati | Class of 2011 Major in Digital Design, Minor in Creative Writing Fiction
Sneakpeeq | 2011-Present: Lead Visual Designer
Eventbrite | 2011 Graphic Design Intern
LPK | 2011 Interactive Design Intern
BLT & Associates | 2010 Design & Marketing Intern
Bent Image Lab | 2010 Design Intern
Lightborne | 2009 Motion Graphics Intern
B-Books Publishing | 2009 Interactive Design Intern
Kiki Magazine | 2009 Design & Illustration Intern
UVPhactory | 2009 Motion Graphics Intern
Barefoot Advertising | 2008 Graphic/Interactive Intern
CCA Stables | 1999 - 2007 Barn & Horse Assistant
Universal Studios, HBO, A&E, TNT, History Channel, P&G, Kroger, CAC, American Greetings, Cox Cable, Kiki Magazine...