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Small Scale Pharma Solutions

Client: Elizabeth Kelly Small Scale Pharma Solutions is just that—a small business with a focus in the pharmaceutical industry. With over 20 years experience in the pharmaceutical and quality assurance industry, Elizabeth wanted to venture out and start her own company. This logo incorporates a clean, professional look, with a modern feel. The simplified and iconic rendering of a DNA strand gives reference to the industry, but doesn't overpower the company name itself.
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Simply Suzanne’s

Client: Simply Suzanne's at Home Blog Suzanne is a wife and proud mom of four lovely children. Lover of flowers, dark chocolate, and Farmers Markets. Simply Suzanne's at Home is where she celebrates all things home and family through simple and delicious recipes, easy entertaining, and family traditions. I was able to help Suzanne create a branding style that focused on all of these aspects while establishing a classic, austere look. Incorporating hand drawn elements, patterns, and sophisticated type, I was able to put together a logo and branding set that reflects the cozy, chic style of her blog and reaches her feminine audience.
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OilExperts

Client: Oil Experts Doterra essential oils are becoming more and more well known as people look for alternatives to prescription medication products to aid in overall wellness. The OilExperts provide wellness advocates with products to help them show potential customers the benefits of essential oils. The branding for this project needed to be sleek and appeal to both men and women. I went with a flat logo design that incorporates two different font weights. The symbol in the logo serves multiple purposes: on an angle, it can be viewed as a leaf—a symbol of wellness and an ingredient in many essential oils. Seen vertically, the leaf can also be perceived as a drop of oil. Turned on it's side, the leaf transforms once again to be the letter 'e', giving reference to experts.
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Lilac Cosmetics Packaging

Client: Self Motivated I created these package designs as part of a project for one of my design courses. Lilac Cosmetics provides high quality beauty products to customers who value the simple elegance of design coupled with a distinctive product. When designing this packaging, I wanted everything about the experience to feel luxurious: from gazing at the elegant pattern, to the tactile feeling of holding the box and taking off the die-cut ribbon.
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WSU Alumni Center

Client: Weber State University Alumni Association   The Lindquist Alumni Center is a beautiful building, and it is a little-known fact that it can be rented out for wedding ceremonies and receptions. I decided to take on this re-branding project with the intention of not only increasing the amount of weddings held at the Alumni Center, but increasing the experiential quality for customers and potential customers. This included designing various printed materials, a new landing page, and emails.  
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Happiness Generation

Client: Happiness Generation Happiness Generation is an online movement founded by Naomi Coty, with the intention to inspire people to live the life they want to live and find their mission.The overall look of the design is made to appeal to a feminine audience, and the focal points of this branding project are on a feeling of happiness and the idea of finding your way. The bright, warm colors and the word happiness displayed in a large font both contribute to the overall feeling of cheerfulness. The circular motif is reminiscent of a compass, symbolizing direction and way finding.
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