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DevFest 2014 (by ADI) has already ended, but I just wanted to post the t-shirt design!

Originally, I was planning on just throwing on the DevFest logo and call it a day, but that seemed a little boring to me, so I came up with this fun twist. We opted for the indigo shirt (sorry, no plum!) from Next Level Apparel and they turned out really well! It’s always fun seeing people wearing them around campus—I think I see at least one every day!

Tool: Adobe Illustrator

Enjoy!

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ADI (Application Development Initiative) is hosting their annual Devfest at Columbia!

Here are the initial logo designs and after much discussion, members of the ADI committee decided on the logo shown in the first image. I had a lot of fun designing these logos despite the short time frame. Ultimately we wanted something that could be used in future years as well.

Tools: Illustrator and Photoshop

And what is Devfest?! A week of workshops, hacking, demos, and food (free)! Hackers of all levels are welcome to participate and learn! The week starts with the kick-off Saturday, February 1st, 12-2pm in the Davis Auditorium!

Register for Devfest 2014 now!
Stay up to date via the Facebook Event!

See you there! (I’ll be taking pictures throughout the week!) :)

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Selection of graphics created for NexRep website, built by Daron and I!


I really enjoyed creating these! I wanted to go for clean and professional with some fun and playfulness. The clients were very pleased with the results and they really bring the information-heavy pages to life.


Tool: Adobe Illustrator

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A friend of mine asked me to design a logo for a banner for his Google team, Green Parrot Pictures. The team was actually a company that Google purchased in 2011 which was brought on for enhancing the quality of video content and now the group works with mostly YouTube video processing.

I started with the idea of combining the parrot with a play button and wanted something clean, mature, and interesting. I ended up with these three versions and my friend ended up choosing the 2nd one!

Designing this logo was a really great experience. It’s been a while since I’ve done a logo—it was nice to be able to have a clear, interesting concept in mind and explore what I could do with it. I really had a lot of fun with this one and I’m really pleased with the results.

Tool: Adobe Illustrator

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Columbia Wushu (Chinese Martial Arts) Jacket design!

Really pleased with how these turned out! In comparison to Wushu Teams from other schools, we definitely have the most… flashy/obnoxious/striking jacket. Everyone else tends to keep their logos small and simple. But I’m always one for being out standing… go big or go home. Now everybody knows Columbia has a Wushu team!

We ordered from gtmsportswear.com. They were really friendly and attentive! We needed to rush the order in order to have them in time for a competition, and they were really helpful and didn’t charge us extra!

Tool: Adobe Illustrator

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Logo concept.
Tools: Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.

Logo concept.

Tools: Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.

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Finally happy with the design of my website, enough to officially publicize it!

http://ohho-design.com/

It’s also (finally) up to date with my recent work—a lot of new photography and design. Check it out!

FAQ

Why do you have a hyphen in your url?
Because ohhodesign.com was taken and I sadly could not get in contact the owner.

 

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Official Program design for ECAASU 2013 at Columbia University

This program is without a doubt the largest print job I have ever done. (It literally consumed my life!) The program totals 40 pages in full color and covers every aspect of the action-packed 2 day conference. With a multitude of performers, 45+ workshops, 90+ workshop facilitators, numerous in-kind donors and sponsors (some of which were still in the process of confirming), a variety of individualized events, and more, putting this program together not only proved to be challenging in terms of design, but also a logistical nightmare. I put together the program in a little over a week and thankfully my conference board team was very cooperative throughout the process.

All in all, making this intense program was definitely very fruitful for me! And I’m now 100% comfortable with InDesign. Just goes to show, if you want to learn design guys, just get into it!

Check out the full program here: http://www.ecaasu2013.org/program.pdf.

Tools: Adobe Photostop CS5 and InDesign CS5

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Official Conference Badges for ECAASU 2013 at Columbia University!

8 different color schemes total. It was just a quick, fun design I threw together in a time crunch. We wanted a way to be able to immediately differentiate between different types of conference participants—which in turn also streamlined the check-in process. We used Data Merge in Adobe InDesign to merge in the data for 1600+ badges.

Tool: Adobe Photoshop CS5

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Friends of ECAASU Gala tickets for the ECAASU 2013 Conference!

Something I threw together rather quickly. The tickets are actually smaller than I had imagined — they’re 1.5” x 4”. They were quite adorable!

The gala itself turned out really well! You can see pictures from the conference on our Facebook page.

Tool: Photoshop CS5

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