Joey ZingarelliVisual Communication Design
“Start Now” is as educational campaign encouraging graduating seniors to look into their future finances. The campaign provides students with resources and information as they enter the “real world.” Focusing on savings, building credit, and paying off student loans, the campaign asks students to walk away with one simple thought, Start Now!
Our website showcases Hound’s features, and shares a little of how we got there.
Hound is an app that makes it fun and easy to learn about how marijuana fits into your lifestyle.
The marijuana industry is young and unstructured. This has created a strong disconnect between buyers, producers, and producers. Hound is a mobile application that connects consumers with marijuana products that fit into their lifestyle. Hound can help consumers from brand new to seasoned marijuana users by learning their marijuana habits and finding them a perfect match.
Deq – Design for Equity
Deq is a digital publication that features designers and projects that are challenging the status quo. There seems to be a new hunger among designers to define what they stand for, what they use design to create. I wanted to create a publication that satisfied that hunger. This publication is intended to show the designers who are working to change the world through their discipline. For the first issue the theme is “What is Design to You?”
NASA Space Center Wayfinding Symbols
Space Center Houston is the cornerstone of NASA’s science education mission. It is one of Houston’s top attractions, the area’s No. 1 attraction for international visitors, and the Official Visitor Center of NASA Johnson Space Center. The NASA Johnson Space Center encompasses a large tourist attraction site, many government work sites, and ongoing NASA building sites. As a campus that draws everything from the tacky tourist to the everyday government worker, it provides an interesting design space for a symbol set. These location icons would help guide visitors and workers alike on a campus map of the Houston space center.
This is a large format poster for the advertisement of a fictional climbing competition. I wanted to make the poster seem larger than life, so I chose to use 3D typography, huge scale shifts, and bright colors to make this poster feel like it was jumping off the wall at you. I also wanted to capture the energy and passion of a rock climbing competition while still making it feel like a open and fun event.