BRANDING & VISUAL IDENTITYWEB DESIGN
Crafting an identity and a directory website for a hypothetical handicraft services micro-enterprise in the Philippines.
BRANDING & VISUAL IDENTITY
A brand identity refresh for the sole autonomous student government of the Ateneo de Manila University Loyola Schools student body.
Crafting an identify for a local food and beverage micro-enterprise in San Simon, Pampanga.
A campaign visual identity for an initiative under a student-led political coalition.
Designing a campaign style guide for a survey that aims to find out how to provide more responsive and inclusive services for sectors in a university student body.
Designing a campaign launching the ADMU undergraduate student government's online presence in the first school year to open the COVID-19 pandemic. Developed extensively with Dwayne Cabel, AJ Reyes, Sean Valencia, and Dan Villa.
A microsite documenting underdog stories in the design industry. Built as a final project for my History of Graphic Design class, and in collaboration with motion designer and illustrator Sean Valencia
Crafting an identity and a directory website for a hypothetical handicraft services micro-enterprise in the Philippines
Lead magnet layout for a kitchen garden.
Magazine layout showcasing the cultural heritage and progressive innovation of the Philippine province of Pampanga. Put together as a final project for my Digital Design Studio class.
Series of posters in collaboration with Angelikah Gustilo and Abygail de Jesus for our Visual Communication class.
Haliling Hilom was my undergraduate thesis completed in throughout the two semesters of my final year of university.
An interactive that lets the user go through the daily life of a student amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Conceptualizing and building a design intervention to respond to the maternal health situation of the "mumshies" in Brgy. Commonwealth, Quezon City. Put together as a final project for my National Service Training Program and Society, Economy, and Sustainable Development classes. This work is a finalist for the Ateneo Socio Civic Engagement for National Development (ASCEND) Citation and Excellence Award under the Undergraduate Individual Project Category.
A display typeface inspired by the a work of the same name by Egay Talusan Fernandez.
Julia Christina Morata, fondly called Ate Jolly, has recently retired as Assistant to the Director for Scholarships at the Ateneo de Manila University's Office of Admission and Aid. I designed the cover of a book that pays tribute to her service that spanned four decades.