As a graphic designer at Tutor Hawaii, I design brochures and flyers to reach out to the boarder community through mails.
As a prolific graphic designer for Tutor Hawaii, I took charge of a lot of their advertising projects. Tutor Hawaii sends out postcards and flyers in mail on a monthly basis. We created designs that are appealing for kids as well as parents.
As liberating as colors may seem, each of them has some kind of meanings tied to it. Blue and green (the “earth”’s colors) are often used for education related companies. Bright, happy colors are always our favorites. It interests children. Often we employed the simple cartoony approach, we want our designs to be as friendly as possible. We want our designs to link to a fun constructive education. We want our postcards that a kid would keep or a family would pin on their fridge door.
Typography is what sets a professional apart. Skills like kerning and leading are essentials. During the completion BFA design program, I typeset one of the chapter 7 of The Seven Champions of Typography for the typography class.
Located next to the Honolulu International Airport, Mapunapuna is an industrial area that holds a great deal of potential. A booklet along with 3 posters were designed to address the idea of how public and private space is defined.
Each candidate advocate his/her own identity in the design industry with advertising stationary includes business logo, business cards, postcard, thank-you card, contract forms, envelopes and stickers.