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Table of Contents 1. Survival Series ....................................................... 7 2. NASA App ............................................................. 13 3. Natinal Geographic Ed .......................................... 19 4. Solis Theater ........................................................... 27 5. Unidos Brewery ..................................................... 35 6. Twitter App ............................................................ 43 7. Seacoast Drive Shop ............................................... 53 8. Veterans Healthcare Van ........................................ 61 9. Resources ............................................................... 69


Introduction I’ve always been fascinated and driven by stories and experiences. As a child, adults would tell me I had an old soul, too mature for my age. I would make my grandma tell me the same stories over and over—I loved the new insights I would gain each time I heard them. I was also in love with the act of creating new things. Although I was generally well behaved, I would make a mess by ripping apart paper into pieces and rearranging them into something new. I also had a habit of breaking into my dad’s toolbox and organizing the tools based on color and shape. As a designer and illustrator, I now tell my own stories based on my past experiences. My love for materials, form, color, and shape has persisted. Completing a project—watching it transition from idea to result—is a process I find irresistibly compelling.

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Survival Series What would happen if the moon got closer to earth? That is what the characters from the book series “Life As we Knew It�, by Susan Beth Pfeffer, had to ask themselves all while learning to survive the impossible. I became fascinated by this sci-fi series during my high school years and decided to create a new set of book covers with a more hands on approach. The targeted audience are young adults ranging from the ages of 16 to 21, interested in sci-fi novels and illustrations. The idea behind the cover design portrays the endurance the young protagonists had to face due to the aftershocks of the moon getting closer to earth’s hemisphere. The illustrations reflect not only how the moon defined them, but also the affects it had on them as individuals.

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NASA App According to NASA’s social media demographics, the targeted audience is a male, novice in the subject of space, between the ages of 18 and 34. The goal of this project is to create an app that allows the user to be an integral part of space exploration and experience first-hand the discovery of the unknown. The objective is to stimulate a virtual reality where the user can interact with both space and time. Some features include a gyroscope, interactive planetarium and timelines; in addition to past, present and future events. NASA application will launch special features accommodating with new upgrades in order to maintain a balance with today’s technological advancements. These features will create a sensational experience for the user both innovative and exciting. As technology progresses, this app will service its purpose to resonate with the outer world and bring forth new ideas. Let’s make this experience of time and space an educational journey that will not only guide us to more answers but will also prompt us to even more questions; it is our time to be a part of NASA’s expeditions.

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Persona Estella Walter Gender: Female Age: 22 years Location: Pasadena, California Occupation: Bartender Marital Status: Single Salary: $22,000 Annually Education: Majoring as a Bachelor of Science in Astrophysics.

Estella Walker is 22 years old and is currently majoring in astrophysics at the California Institute of Technology. No different than most of the students in college, she lives at the instituted dorms along with another colleague. She is a simple and organized individual. Although she may have simplicity, her desire for information is endless. She became interested in astrophysics because of her curious ambition and will to learn about the things that seem far beyond our reach. She is a tech savvy person so she feeds her curiosity, during her breaks in between classes, through the use of this app. She would like an app that can provide her with a virtual experience as well as list facts that can help her review the math she's learning and how it will be applied to celestial objects.

Pain Points • She wants an app that both challenge and expand her knowledge. • An appwith special functions that both entertain and educate to help review for her midterms. Experience With Technology Social Network

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360áľ’ Video of Gyroscope Satellites Image that Missions takes you all over the Milky way and gives you facts about celestial objects.

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Simply tap the icon on the home screen to access the page desire. In this case the user will choose the virtual missions icon. Once the screen is open, it will start you off with the solar system. By tapping a celestial object a caption with a general facts will pop up next to that object. Since this screen is control by a gyroscope environment, thereby, the user can have a 360 degree view by moving the screen around the user's axes.

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JUPITER Distance From the Sun: 483.8 Million Miles Orbital Time: 12 years Diameter: 86,881.4 Miles

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A pop-up with facts about celestial objects is a unique function activated by a motion sensor within the app. As you come to a complete stop from your 360 degree experience, the celestial object you are looking at the that same moment the motion sensor will trigger the pop-up. There is no need fot tapping at this point. This function is out of this world.

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National Geographic Ed Bridging the gap between a teacher’s ability to teach and to captivate a student’s interest in learning is the sole purpose of these magazine covers. The covers’ intention is not just to trigger wonder in the students, but rather to make the teacher’s curriculum on a particular subject effective, intriguing and fun. These educational packages will be delivered to public--inner city--schools whose students range from 3-4 grade level and are at high risk of dropping out. The word chosen for this project is Evolve. Illustrations of animals and the universe are portrayed merging together because even till this day, both have proven to be unfolding phenomenons. Evolution never ceases to amaze us, specifically amongst the younger minds.

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Unit 1 HAPPY TO HELP Unit 2 NATURE'S BALANCE Unit 3 LIFE IN THE SOIL Unit 4 LET'S WORK TOGETHE R

Unit 5 MYSTERIES OF MATTER Unit 6 FROM PAST TO PRESENT Unit 7 BLAST! CRASH! SPLASH ! Unit 8 GETTING THER E

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Solis Theater The name was decided collectively for the purpose of giving San Diego City College a new appealing identity. Three of my colleagues and myself came to the agreement on the name Solís. Our targeted audience are urban students, ages 18 through 25 years old, who are fond of weekend theatrical performances. The word Solís originates from Latin and it means sun. Although theater is comprised of a performing arts feel, we decided to affiliate the name with San Diego’s vibe. The city of San Diego is known for its beautiful sunrises as well as its sunsets which therefore made it of major importance to incorporate the sun into the identity. The logo was designed to target young adults in an entertaining and comical way. Using Tahoma, I was able to alter the solidity of the vowel “o” whose common sound is for expressing surprise and shaped to the popular representation of the theater iconography. By manipulating the cap height curve of the letter “S”, it created an illusion of a ribbon in movement. The overall look and feel of the Solis Theater logo is to be inviting and fun for students attending San Diego City College.

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Unidos Brewery “Unidos” is the spanish word for united. The purpose of the design is to celebrate the rich history, culture and art of Chicano Park and the willingness of the people to come together and fight for the beautification of the park, located in Barrio Logan. The design of the bottle will be updated every 6 months by featuring different local artists. The funds recruited will be donated towards the restoration of the murals in Chicano Park and the beautification of this landmark. The design was made to look contemporary and simple that way it gives the featured artists freedom to an unrestrained canvas. The targeted audience is between the ages of 25 through 35 and are active members that serve the community by both educating and beautifying the neighborhood. The message that needs to be communicated is that together as a community, we can accomplish more for a better tomorrow. These three beer designs will be a special feature of the Unidos Brewery for those who would like to support the cause. The name of the three different flavors are ¡Barrio si, Jonkes no! (horchata Ale), ¡Hasta la Bahia! (Jamaica Ale), and ¡Viva la Raza! (Tamarindo Pale Ale).

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Chicano Park's Mexican-American community is driven by diversity and festive individuals. Our beer is infused with aguas frescas common in Mexico. We are bringing the best of both worlds. Chicano Park's population once extended to the waterfront but due to the construction of the naval base and junk yards, the Chicano community b egan t o decreased by 1979. Until an individual, who went by the name of Mario Solis, stood up and took initiative to form a group to stop the construction. That was the turning point where the Chicano residents took the matter into their own hands and began working t owards t he b eautification o f what i s now known as Chicano Park. That is how murals became the heart and voice of the community. Thus leading to our memorable motto, "Unidos todo se puede." 5.4% ALC/VOL UNIDOSBREWERY.COM CT-HI-IA-MA-ME-NY-OR-VT 5¢ MI 10¢ OK+CA CRV BREWED AND BOTTLED IN BARRIO LOGAN, CALIFORNIA

Goverment Warming: (1) according to the surgeon general, women should not drink alcoholic beverages during pregnacy because of the risk of birth deffects. (2) consumption of a alcoholic beverages impair your ability to drive a car or operate machinery, and may cause health problems.

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Twitter App Twitter offers an immeasurable interconnected network of expressive outlets across the world. It reunites ideas, thoughts and beliefs. This social media guides you through the public eye to excavate global events and makes you part of it. With that being said, the objective is to improve and embed features from other apps that feel concrete, communal and interactive. Twitter is still popular among the youth, however usage has not increased because of the lack of updates and the simplification of the app. By gathering common functionalities from successful apps and developing original usage of these functions, Twitter can be transformed into the “it factor� of social media. This app is all about upgrades and readjustments that will help it surpass the competing apps.

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Elia Aguilar Male/ Hispanic/ 27yrs/ Urban/ Storyteller Journalist/ $70k anually Aguilar is currently living in North Park, San Diego. He roommates with a former colleague. Works as freelance storyteller journalist. Travels substantially to engage with numerous individuals from different cultures and customs. “As the narrator, I give a voice and shed light to the general public concerns and query. However, the process of my journal it is by far the most critical because it has help me build my character and open my mind�- E. Aguilar A curious advocate who seeks to expand the headlines of his journals. Aguilar realize that the core of his writing was build in his neighborhood. This inner dialogue led him to take a break from traveling in order to enjoy local conversations. However, he would love to still network and alert with worldwide social issues from the comfort of his home.

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Seacoast Drive Shop Seacoast Drive Shop will be located in Imperial Beach, California. At the moment, the community is going trough major constructions due to growing businesses. Not too long ago I became a resident of this community. While walking around Seacoast Drive one day, I realized there was not a lot of surf shops, specifically one targeted to female surfers. I decided that a new design for a beach theme store will be nice to add to the city of Imperial Beach. The design is intended to be feminine and trendy. The logo is hand painted with acrylic paint. I wanted to have this sketchy yet grainy look that mimics wave movements and sand. Ten percent of the store’s sales will be donated towards maintaining Imperial Beach clean from contamination.

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Veteran Health Van Commuting (almost daily) on public transportation from Imperial Beach to San Diego City College has been an eye opening experience. Passing through areas of Downtown San Diego, I constantly come across a lot of homeless individuals. The sight of these unfortunate people triggers a memory of what a psychology teacher once mentioned to me. She said that the majority of the cases where an individual becomes homeless is due to the fact that others overlook mental illness and claim it to be craziness and drug problems; although yes- many have drug issues, the root of their misconduct lies beneath a bigger problem. These types of people are in dire need of medical assistance and support to get back on their feet from traumatic events. I am determined to solidify the bridge built that supports that mental illness needs to be cured just like any other illness because mental illness also manifests itself physically. Veterans’ Healthcare Van was designed to take in any veteran who may need medical attention and counseling. This van will provide free services that will connect veterans to shelters and psychiatric centers. Furthermore, the Healthcare Service Van will not only help out veteran communities but will also benefit undergraduate students by allowing them to obtain medical experience.

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