As part of a five-person team, my responsibilities as an intern far surpassed my expectations. On top of being the only graphic designer at the influencer marketing agency, the founders indulged in an array of other business ventures, such as a building management group called Ventra7, and a law firm called Black Tie Law. Ultimately, while completely overwhelming for full-time student/fresh graduate, this experience really pushed me as a designer, and helped me learn how to deal with a large array of different clients and subjects.
I designed a few corporate seal stamp options for all of our official documents.
In order to display how well each influencer post performed, I created various formats to showcase each post. Each format served a unique purpose depending on the way the information was chosen to be displayed.
The Rose Bowl was looking for influencers to help them with a campaign. I put together a Keynote proposal deck full of influencers that they could choose from. They were very particular about what market and lifestyle the influencer catered to. I sourced the photos, designed, and copywrote the entire deck. In total, the deck contained about 25 influencers.
This brand's only focus was the influencer's look and amount of followers. This entire deck had about 60 influencers in it, so I cut it down to the basics in order to reduce the number of pages.
This was a proposal that contained a general overview of the goal for the campaign. There were three packages included in the deck, but that is strictly confidential, so it is not shown here.
I designed all of the brand collateral that was to be handed out to visitors. These included notecards, WiFi password cards, stickers, letterheads, business cards, and flyers.
I was asked to design the logo and different letterheads for a law firm called Black Tie Law. I also broke down the meaning of each component of the logo for our clients.