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Carrie Misenheimer carrie.misenheimer@gmail.com 704.213.4303


Intel Computer Clubhouse : Teen Summit 2010

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The Computer Clubhouse is an organization empowering creative learning through technology. It serves as a safe haven and expressive outlet for teens in inner city environments worldwide.The Clubhouse’s 2010 Teen Summit brought together members from 20 countries for a week of collaborative projects involving digital design, animation, voice recording, and video production. Its flagship location is part of the Museum of Science, Boston. www.computerclubhouse.org Designed Summer 2010

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1 Clubhouse Promo Mailer 2 Teen Summit C2C Fair The Clubhouse to College/ Career Fair at Teen Summit brings professionals and college representatives to Clubhouse members at the Museum of Science, Boston. 3 Teen Summit Daily Newsletter 4 Teen Summit ID Tags

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80th Birthday Invitation The birthday event of one octogenarian deserved an invitation as special as its honoree. The invite’s typography and imagery celebrate the deco styling of America’s 1930s. Ink jet prints on 60 lb. linen stock. 4.5”× 6.5” | Designed Summer 2010

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1 Invitation in envelope 2 Inside Spread 3 Invitation (Front)

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Redress Raleigh Redress is an eco-friendly fashion community making local, earth-concious design accessible and fun. Each year, Redress hosts a fashion event to showcase the work of local designers using recycled materials. Since 2008 I’ve been responsible for substantiating the organization’s brand and the production of printed/online marketing materials. www.redressraleigh.com | View Press Book Online Designed 2008-2012


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Redress Raleigh T-shirt

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Business Cards and Buttons at fundraising event

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Screen Printed Buttons on Upcycled Fabric

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Poster for 2012 Eco-Fashion Show

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Hand-painted Banner

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Wristband Tickets for 2012 Eco-Fashion Show

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Audience with programs at 2012 Eco-Fashion Show

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Poster for 70’s Dance Party fundraising event

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Back side of program at 2012 Eco-Fashion Show Screen printing workshop with Redress icons


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Educational Resources Archive During a summer with the North Carolina Archives and History Department, I had the privilege to produce a online archive for middle school students and teachers. The site functions as a hub for lesson plans, worksheets, and original source documents used in the classroom. NC students are able to see, first hand, images of their state’s history straight from the source. All content is based on curriculum standards for middle schools in North Carolina and has been active in classrooms since July 2009. www.archives.ncdcr.gov/educationalresources Designed Summer 2009

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Student’s Homepage

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Students’ Wright Brothers Page

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Original Documents Viewer


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Tilted Nations

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Tilted Nations is an organization committed to encouraging positive change through social awareness events and service work. Based in Raleigh, North Carolina, they engage with young women ages 13-17 to inspire action locally and globally. Tilted Nations uses the phrase “Empowerment Through Knowledge, Reward Through Service” to guide the team’s efforts and inspire their young supporters. I serve as the team’s graphic and web designer. www.tiltednations.org Designed 2010-2012

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Tilted Nations Homepage

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Poster for Coat Drive and Fundraiser

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Poster for Music Fundraiser in Bermuda

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Digital Information Booklet | View Booklet Online


NC State: Campus Enterprises

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Various freelance projects completed for NCSU’s Campus Enterprises including graphics, posters, and pamphlets for The Chancelor’s Ice Cream Dream, AllCampus Network, and The New Talley Student Center. Designed 2010-2011

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Ice Cream Dream Event Logo

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Poster for the Ice Cream Dream Event

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Logo on participant t-shirts

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The Chancelor’s new ice cream flavor served to a hungry crowd in the NCSU brickyard

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Brochure for AllCampus Card

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Napkin Card for AllCampus

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On Screen Ad for AllCampus

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Web Banner for AllCampus


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New Talley Logo on Signage

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Banner outside student center

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Initial logo proposal for New Talley

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New Talley Pocket Card

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Wall graphic outside bookstore


US EPA

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As the web content manager at EPA’s National Exposure Research Laboratory, I was tasked with reformating all lab websites into EPA’s new template. This involved restructuring all sites to have a uniform look and feel within the lab, and within the larger organizational structure. I’ve also designed print materials promoting new research coming from the Office of Research and Development. www.epa.gov Designed 2010-2012

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EPA Divisional Website

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Exposure Research Fachsheet

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Sustainability Lecture Poster

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Internal web banner for EPA’s Pathfinder Innovation Projects


Performative Design : Case Study 1

As a member of a small student-based research group, I worked with PhD candidate Matthew Peterson producing performative print design for K-12 education. “Performative” describes designed objects, in this case worksheets or diagrams, that ask their users to perform in a particular way. These objects aim to prompt actions through visual cues and build on an experiential knowledge base, contributing to what could be called a “schema” for that information. Using Matthew’s research as an entry point, the group visited an 8th grade classroom, met with the instructor, and discussed the needs that could be met through performative print work. We worked individually and in pairs to produce the following:

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Individual Task : Performative Framework Diagram Each group member was assigned an individual task prior to our group work. My task was to better acquaint the group with a “TextImage Relationship Model”. The model describes an abstract concept (how our minds interpret text and image) with concrete, metaphorical examples. 49”× 21” | Designed Spring 2009

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Group Task : Marine Food Webs Activity Sheets Each member of the group was paired with a partner to produce one element of a package given to the 8th grade classroom. Stephanie Jansen and I were responsible for the Marine Food Webs activities. 11”×17” laser prints | Designed Spring 2009


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All final materials produced by the group were displayed at the project’s conclusion | Spring 2009

Inside Spread



Carrie Misenheimer 2012 Portfolio