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Hi! I am Cody.


I am an enthusiastic, thoughtful and honest designer interested in the world that encompasses identity and interaction design.


I was born and raised in Colorado. It is and always has been my home. When I am not playing music, designing, or trying to teach myself how to paint I love to head up to the mountains for a long hike or camping. I could not live without the crisp fresh air, crazy weather, or Illegal Petes. As my career progresses I hope for Colorado to remain my home.


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Research, process, and functionality are the main factors that serve the success and build the foundation of any design solution. I always start my design process with rich research, sketches, and thoughtful studies before moving onto a final design.


This is my portfolio book that displays different projects that I have designed over the past few years. This book also displays some of my thoughts on design through statements that I like to call “designisms.�


Design is making reminisce with p have never seen Whether it is an advertisement, logo design, branding project, package design, website, or any other type of object that a person can interact with, then it should create a unique experience for the person who is interacting with it. Logos are a quick and easy example of how an object should remain in someone’s head. If a company has a great logo, then it will more than likely stand out from their competitors. People will remember this company based off the service they had at the company. By remembering the company based off of the service they had at the company, a person may or may not decide to put trust into that company. This is the magic that comes out of a company’s brand.


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Art Nocturnal is a small group of artists that work on collaborations and mainly meet up during the night to do so.


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Full Throttle Riding Academy is company that specializes in several instructional courses for racing crotch rockets.

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This mark is meant to portray my design philosophies and the idea that lots of things are interconnected.


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Burton James

Burton James is a furniture company that sells high quality and luxurious furniture. The furniture is handmade and is often shown in furniture galleries.


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Grandma’s Villa is an Italian food company that makes its food products from real ingredients that are not processed in factory. It is 100% real and 100% homemade.


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Expedition Bound makes high end backpacks and bags tailored to people who are in career professions that require them to always be on the go.


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Faceblind Awareness’ purpose is to bring awareness to the public about the neurological condition prosopagnosia. The goal of the organization is to bring a better understanding of the condition to people who do not understand what it is.


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Health and Harmony is an individually focused holistic health and wellness studio. The studio’s goal is to reintroduce peace, harmony, and happiness into people’s stress-filled lives.


Design is creatin direct systems th people throughou In today’s high paced society, people are constantly traveling from one place to another. A lot of these places are hard to find. Thousands of streets lead to different towns, cities, states, and even countries. Imagine navigating through a 1,000 page book without any page numbers or table of contents within it. Navigating through the book would be nearly impossible. Design can include forms of wayfinding so people can navigate through life with more ease.


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Trail Finder is a mobile application that makes the process of finding a trail for hiking, biking, and walking easy to do. It gives the user different trail options trails based off of where they currently are, where they might be headed to, trail type, trail difficulty, and many other options. The application also allows the user to hide trails, add favorites, share photos, and send directions to a trail to friends.

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Finding a way to a nice trail takes a lot of time. Websites always generate general locations for trails, and the descriptions of certain trails are not always accurate. Easily navigating to a trail should not be a task. Simple interactions on a mobile device would allow for a person to view different trails based on activities, trail type, trail difficulty, and trail location.

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One of the most important parts of the design process is research. Without it a project cannot be defined, nor can it take a unique approach to separate itself from what has already been put out into the world.

The research process is vital to answering any questions that a project may present. It is also very valuable to refer to during a project. Referring to research while working on a project reinsures the projects directed path. His Life Story is a fiction based account of several nonfictional characters that were patients of the Jewish Consumptives Relief Society (JCRS). While writing and designing the book it was always important to refer the research of the real people that the story is based upon to make sure that the characters within the story were reflecting upon the true characters from the research. The book uses imagery, page color, and typography as a means to guide the reader throughout the story.


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Faceblind Awareness So many different things occur in day to day life. Individuals are constantly stuck in the mode of their own particular interests, and even more engaged in their social life. It is difficult to get small informational messages about unknown topics out into the world. Tons of different outlets can reach people. Eye grabbing posters are just one of the ways that information can be passed onto people, but what if a whole wall of posters was designed to grab the attention of a passerby? Faceblind Awareness is neurological condition that effects one out of every fifty people. Little research has been performed on the topic, not many people know about the disease, and they are very confused about what the condition is. One out of every fifty people has prosopagnosia, yet some people don’t know that they have it. To spread the word about this rarely known condition, I decided to create twenty-four simple posters that illustrated the sameness within facial features, since people

who are faceblind cannot differentiate between different features of the face. Each poster is also weighted very symmetrically. This allows for each half face on a poster to flow into the face of another poster, creating a fun and inviting effect. Differing bright colors are used from poster to poster to keep viewers interested, and to define each poster as being different from the other posters. People who view these poster and read the short messages on them will be enlightened about what being faceblind is like. They would also make a person who unknowingly has faceblindness realize that they have may this condition, which would provide neurologists with new research.


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Faceblind Faceblind Awareness’ Awareness’ purpose purpose is is to to bring bring awareness awareness to to the the public about about prosopagnosia prosopagnosia so so more more people people will will have have greater greater public understanding understanding of of this this often often misunderstood misunderstood condition. condition. History History

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Reports Reports of of prosopagnosia prosopagnosia date date back back to to antiquity, antiquity, but but Bodamer’s Bodamer’s report report (1947) of of two (1947) two individuals individuals was was aa landmark landmark paper paper in in that that he he extensively extensively described the the symptoms symptoms and and declared declared it it to to be be distinct distinct from from agnosia. agnosia. described He referred referred to to their their condition condition as as prosopagnosia, prosopagnosia, which which he he coined coined by by He combining the the Greek Greek word word for for face face (prosopon) (prosopon) with with the the medical medical term term combining for recognition recognition impairment impairment (agnosia). (agnosia). Since Since that that time, time, more more than than aa for hundred hundred case case reports reports have have been been published. published.

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Causes Causes of of Prosopagnosia Prosopagnosia Most Most of of the the cases cases of of prosopagnosia prosopagnosia that that have have been been documented documented have have been been due due to to brain brain damage damage suffered suffered after after maturity maturity from from head head trauma, trauma, stroke, and degenerative diseases. These are examples of acquired stroke, and degenerative diseases. These are examples of acquired prosopagnosia: prosopagnosia: these these individuals individuals had had normal normal face face recognition recognition abilities abilities that that were were then then impaired. impaired. It It seems seems likely likely that that more more cases cases of of acquired acquired prosopagnosia have been published for two reasons. First, their prosopagnosia have been published for two reasons. First, their impairment impairment with with faces faces is is usually usually quite quite apparent apparent to to these these individuals, individuals, because because they they have have experienced experienced normal normal face face recognition recognition in in the the past past and so they quickly notice their impairment. Second, because and so they quickly notice their impairment. Second, because these these individual have had brain damage, they are in contact with medical individual have had brain damage, they are in contact with medical doctors doctors who who have have assessed assessed their their face face recognition recognition abilities. abilities. (Note (Note that that if you you have have experienced experienced aa noticeable noticeable decline decline in in your your face face recognition recognition if abilities, you you should should contact contact aa neurologist neurologist immediately. immediately. Any Any sudden sudden abilities, decline may may indicate indicate the the existence existence of of aa condition condition that that needs needs immediate immediate decline attention.) attention.)

Everyone Everyone sometimes sometimes has has trouble trouble recognizing recognizing faces, faces, and and it it is is even even more more common common for for people people to to have have trouble trouble remembering remembering other other people’s people’s names. Prosopagnosia is much more severe than these everyday names. Prosopagnosia is much more severe than these everyday problems that everyone experiences. Prosopagnosics often have problems that everyone experiences. Prosopagnosics often have difficulty difficulty recognizing recognizing people people that that they they have have encountered encountered many many times. times. In In extreme extreme cases, cases, prosopagnosics prosopagnosics have have trouble trouble recognizing recognizing even even those those people that they spend the most time with such as their spouses people that they spend the most time with such as their spouses and and their children. their children. One One of of the the telltale telltale signs signs of of prosopagnosia prosopagnosia is is great great reliance reliance on on non-facial non-facial information information such such as as hair, hair, gait, gait, clothing, clothing, voice, voice, and and other other information. information. Prosopagnosics also sometimes have difficulty imagining the facial Prosopagnosics also sometimes have difficulty imagining the facial appearance appearance of of acquaintances. acquaintances. One One of of the the most most common common complaints complaints of of prosopagnosics prosopagnosics is is that that they they have have trouble trouble following following the the plot plot of of television television shows and movies, because they cannot keep track of the identity of shows and movies, because they cannot keep track of the identity of the the characters. characters. If If you you would would like like to to assess assess your your face face recognition recognition abilities, abilities, we we currently currently have have two two tests tests of of face face recognition recognition available. available. These These tests tests include include feedback on how your scores compare to the scores of people feedback on how your scores compare to the scores of people with with normal normal face face recognition. recognition.

In In contrast, contrast, in in cases cases of of developmental developmental prosopagnosia, prosopagnosia, the the onset onset of of prosopagnosia occurred prosopagnosia occurred prior prior to to developing developing normal normal face face recognition recognition abilities (adult (adult levels levels of of face face recognition recognition are are reached reached during during teenage teenage abilities years). Developmental Developmental prosopagnosia prosopagnosia has has been been used used to to refer refer to to years). individuals whose whose prosopagnosia prosopagnosia is is genetic genetic in in nature, nature, individuals individuals individuals who experienced experienced brain brain damage damage prior prior to to experience experience with with faces faces who (prenatal brain brain damage damage or or immediate immediate brain brain damage), damage), and and individuals individuals (prenatal who experienced experienced brain brain damage damage or or severe severe visual visual problems problems during during who childhood. However, However, these these etiologies etiologies should should be be differentiated, differentiated, because because childhood. they are are different different paths paths to to prosopagnosia prosopagnosia and and so so probably probably result result in in they different types types of of impairment; impairment; they they could could be be referred referred to to as as genetic genetic different prosopagnosia, preexperiential preexperiential prosopagnosia, prosopagnosia, and and postexperiential postexperiential prosopagnosia, prosopagnosia, respectively. respectively. In In some some cases, cases, it it may may be be difficult difficult to to prosopagnosia, determine the the cause cause of of prosopagnosia, prosopagnosia, but but many many times times individuals individuals determine will either either know know that that family family members members are are also also prosopagnosic prosopagnosic or or be be will aware of of potential potential incidents incidents that that may may have have resulted resulted in in brain brain damage. damage. aware Individuals Individuals with with developmental developmental prosopagnosia prosopagnosia often often do do not not realize realize that they they are are unable that unable to to recognize recognize faces faces as as well well as as others. others. Of Of course, course, they have have never never recognized recognized faces faces normally normally so so their their impairment impairment is is they not apparent apparent to to them. them. It It is is also also difficult difficult for for them them to to notice, notice, because because not individuals with with normal normal face face recognition recognition rarely rarely discuss discuss their their reliance reliance individuals on faces. faces. As As aa result, result, there there are are aa number number of of individuals individuals who who have have not not on recognized recognized their their prosopagnosia prosopagnosia until until well well into into adulthood. adulthood. We We have have been been contacted contacted by by far far more more developmental developmental prosopagnosics prosopagnosics than than acquired acquired prosopagnosics, prosopagnosics, and and so so it it may may be be that that this this condition condition is is more more common than acquired prosopagnosia.

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Dr. Dr. Oliver Oliver Sacks Sacks has has had had prosopagnosia his prosopagnosia his whole whole life. He He never never noticed noticed it. it. life. He also also has has severe severe place place He recognition agnosia and recognition agnosia and has has wrote wrote extensively extensively about about both both disorders. disorders. Check Check out out Dr. Dr. Sacks’ Sacks’ blog blog to to read aa few read few of of his his stories stories here. here.

Explanations Explanations There There are are aa variety variety of of explanations explanations for for prosopagnosia. prosopagnosia. Of Of course, course, all all these these explanations explanations propose propose that that the the procedures procedures necessary necessary for for normal normal face recognition are not working properly. However, the explanations face recognition are not working properly. However, the explanations differ differ in in their their characterization characterization of of the the impaired impaired procedures. procedures. It It appears appears that that prosopagnosia prosopagnosia actually actually refers refers to to aa number number of of different different types types of impairments, so no one explanation will account for all cases of impairments, so no one explanation will account for all cases of of prosopagnosia. prosopagnosia.


prosopagnosics is that they have trouble following the plot of television shows and movies, because they cannot keep track of the identity of the characters. If you would like to assess your face recognition abilities, we currently have two tests of face recognition available. These tests include feedback on how your scores compare to the scores of people with normal face recognition.

In contrast, in cases of developmental prosopagnosia, the onset of prosopagnosia occurred prior to developing normal face recognition abilities (adult levels of face recognition are reached during teenage years). Developmental prosopagnosia has been used to refer to individuals whose prosopagnosia is genetic in nature, individuals who experienced brain damage prior to experience with faces (prenatal brain damage or immediate brain damage), and individuals who experienced brain damage or severe visual problems during childhood. However, these etiologies should be differentiated, because they are different paths to prosopagnosia and so probably result in different types of impairment; they could be referred to as genetic prosopagnosia, preexperiential prosopagnosia, and postexperiential prosopagnosia, respectively. In some cases, it may be difficult to determine the cause of prosopagnosia, but many times individuals will either know that family members are also prosopagnosic or be aware of potential incidents that may have resulted in brain damage.

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Dr. Oliver Sacks has had prosopagnosia his whole life. He never noticed it. He also has severe place recognition agnosia and has wrote extensively about both disorders.

There are a variety of explanations for prosopagnosia. Of course, all these explanations propose that the procedures necessary for normal face recognition are not working properly. However, the explanations differ in their characterization of the impaired procedures. It appears that prosopagnosia actually refers to a number of different types of impairments, so no one explanation will account for all cases of prosopagnosia.

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The primary reason that we have such a limited understanding of prosopagnosia is that few prosopagnosics have been intensively investigated. This is especially true for developmental prosopagnosia. Recently, however, the internet has made it much easier for researchers and prosopagnosia to make contact, and it seems likely that we will see an increased amount of research in the near future.

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Individuals with developmental prosopagnosia often do not realize that they are unable to recognize faces as well as others. Of course, they have never recognized faces normally so their impairment is not apparent to them. It is also difficult for them to notice, because individuals with normal face recognition rarely discuss their reliance on faces. As a result, there are a number of individuals who have not recognized their prosopagnosia until well into adulthood. We have been contacted by far more developmental prosopagnosics than acquired prosopagnosics, and so it may be that this condition is more common than acquired prosopagnosia.

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Check out Dr. Sacks’ blog to read a few of his stories here.

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impairment with faces is usually quite apparent to these individuals, because they have experienced normal face recognition in the past and so they quickly notice their impairment. Second, because these individual have had brain damage, they are in contact with medical doctors who have assessed their face recognition abilities. (Note that if you have experienced a noticeable decline in your face recognition abilities, you should contact a neurologist immediately. Any sudden decline may indicate the existence of a condition that needs immediate attention.)

Robert Dallek on Prospagnosia

In this discussion Robert Dallek explains his research on prosopagnosia.

Chuck Close Paintings

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traits. He paints reallistic figures which are formed out of small abstract paint-

There is no real treatment for prosopagnosia besides realizing that you may have the condition. From here the condition becomes something that is recognized and other little features on a person’s face, such as facial hair, glasses, a mole, or others may help a person recognize some faces. These are just helpful cues, and don’t always solve the problems of prosopagnosia.

Chuck Close is a painter who has developmental prosopagnosia, yet paints porings. He is perfectly capable of painting photorealism too, but he cannot recognize people by their faces.

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Design is experim and pulling inspi the environment. Experimentation in design is necessary. Without it boundaries cannot be pushed to their limits, and new things cannot be explored. The environment may be used as an element to be warped into something different than what it previously was. Different elements from different environments may also have an influence over the designs that we create. These elements may be used as a direct source or an indirect source of inspiration for a project.


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Absence is an experimental typeface that plays on the idea of typographic positives and negatives to create interesting shapes that become iconic. Influenced by the idea of digital alarm clocks and technology, Absence creates a very strong visual movement throughout its character set.

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Typefaces are usually created to be legible and to add to an overall design aesthetic. Absence is a typeface that was created to test what legibility is by using solely angular line structures.


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Everywhere I go I see designed objects being used, which inevitably makes the design of those objects have a function. This doesn’t mean that the design is functional towards the objects purpose. It merely means that the design is there, and that it has not been considered. This type of design is everywhere within the world. It is one of the more interesting ignored things.


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The design of the previous Burton James’ site had been used, and therefore had a function, but the design was not considered. Having the design of the website not be considered made the site dysfunctional. It also made the company seem less valuable.

The main goal when building this site was to bring Burton James onto the level of sophistication that their furniture lay on. Through designing more sensible interactions on the website, making the furniture very large on a white background as if it were in a gallery, and making the furniture one of the main things a viewer sees when they land on the site brought the companies online presence into a sophisticated and elegant realm.

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One of the main problems that Burton James had was the lack of value that their previous website and identity had. It did not portray any aspects that the finished pieces of furniture portray. The user interaction within the website was also very difficult. Just to look through images of the furniture was a tedious task. There is no other way to describe it than a complete mess.

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Burton James is a company that specializes in custom and handmade furniture. Their furniture is one of a kind and very artful. It is shown across the country in top of the line furniture galleries.

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Design is calling cultural element portray a visual s Most things that are designed have specific styles that are applied to them. These styles should always be determined when figuring out the tactics of a project. Style should never be chosen because it is popular, because it looks nice, or because other companies who have a particular design style have been successful. A chosen design style should be determined through research, and it should be configured through process. This style should be used systematically and consistently throughout a companies design system. Everything that belongs to a specific company should be easily recognizable as that company’s material.


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The design of food packaging is very limited to the shape of the common containers that the food has to be contained in. While researching food packaging, and how consumers decide to buy food, I found out that someone who is not entirely sure what brand they want to buy will usually pick up a package that visually appeals to them the most. My goal within creating this packaging system was to pick elements that could eventually be mixed together into a meal.

Grandma’s Villa is an Italian company that makes 100% homemade food off of their own villa. The design of the packages calls upon elements of the Italian culture. The color choice reflects on different colors that are used within the culture, and the pattern is something that is also from the culture. This makes the packages more authentic and true to the heritage of the culture. Most of the Grandma’s Villa packaging is made from materials that the villa uses to gather food. This helps make the materials used on the villa more sustainable, as well as gives off the appearance of the food being homemade.

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The packaging for a lot of food products can be very creative, yet only a small percentage of it actually is. Food products are also packaged very generically in regards to what the type of food is, or the culture that the food came from.

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Print, motion, and interaction design is everywhere within the world. People commonly view these formats of design without giving them any thought. Most people do not consider the amount of work that a project takes, and that a project may use a ton of ideating, testing, and construction ideas. Every good design spawns from a number of ideas. Every good design is also made from skilled craftsmen who use their hands and minds to produce concepts and flush out great ideas.


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The word in the image was hand made out of wood and various pieces of music equipment. The word may also be plugged into a power source, having the sound of the environment that surrounds it be amplified via microphone hooked up to an amp and speaker.

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The photographs of this word were taken in different places where different noises are made in an environment. These places can be seen as having their own musical sounds and musical beats in nature. The decision to use a duo tone color process on each different poster was made to portray the different sounds made in different environments.

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Music is an everyday part of people’s lives. It may be described as a sound or a set of sounds that are perceived to be pleasingly harmonious. Music can thus become a set of sounds derived from environments.


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People struggle with learning things that are difficult, bland, and hard to grasp onto. They try their hardest to pay attention, but the relevance of the thing that they are learning about becomes entirely lost when it is actually studied. The amount that someone learns about something depends upon the topic, the particular person, and how the topic is taught. Learning should be an experience that is more than just sitting in a classroom, reading books, writing papers, listening to lectures, and so on. Design can help make the learning experience of any subject more engaging.


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We the People is a concept website that revolves around the United States Constitution, and making the constitution more relevant. This website always present the document in the language that it was written by displaying it in the left hand column. The option to jump to certain sections of the Constitution is also constantly present. The website features a static header that includes a search bar allowing the user to search anything and receive results pertaining to the Constitution and its related media. One of the most important elements of the header is the live updates of tweets and current events that correspond to various articles and amendments.

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Each section of the constitution has the option to view and add comments, which allows anyone to add thoughts and context to each part of the document. News articles, videos, and other media (current and historical) relating to the section can also be accessed, providing a constant relevance to the twenty-first century and historical information. High resolution images of the US Constitution are viewable from this website. Having these images gives people as much interaction as they possibly can with the document.

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The way that most people learn about the constitution involves a classroom, a book, writing papers, and memorizing certain parts of the constitution. This has made many people only remember certain parts of the constitution, and not truly know what laws the constitution has set in place. It has also made learning the constitution very dull and difficult. The current way that the constitution is portrayed to many people makes it a document that is non-living. People learn about it as a historical document. The document itself also sits behind a glass case that makes it seem inaccessible to many people

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An abundance of designs nowadays have no clear and concise messaging systems to them. Posters around town inform people of concerts that are going to happen, but all of these posters look the same. Posters or signs that tell people to recycle their trash are often overlooked because they have began to blend into their environment. Designs need to break this generic barrier of the sameness so they do not blend into the environment, causing their message to fail. Messages can be portrayed in a very simple format, but their visual content must be able to hold a viewers attention.


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The poster utilizes two statements that are meant to make a designer of any kind think about the statement while making their design decisions. The voice of the message and imagery on the poster is serious, which makes the poster speak to a person viewing it.

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Victor Papanek’s “Design for the Real World: Human Ecology and Social Change” talk’s about how designer’s decisions tend to effect social and environmental factors within the world. I created this poster as a reflection of the book as well as a part of the design process that I see to be very significant when designing. This part of the design process involves thinking about how a particular finished design will effect the environment, other cultures, and ecology in the future.

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Design is establi company to have value within thei Designers are always thinking about how they can help their clients succeed in the real world. The designer should always want the consumer or user to come back to that site. If the user navigation in the site is horrible, then a person will probably never want to visit the site more then once. The same kind of rules apply to branding a company. If a designer creates a great logo, the logo may be remembered. If there is no identity system or touch points to go along and communicate to the company’s audience, then the audience will more than likely spread their interest towards other products or services.


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This was a real client based project for a class. The class split into two groups to create two different design proposals for the company. Our group went through extensive company research, client and customer interviews, design ideation, collaboration, and design development. Everything that has been produced within this identity system accurately reflects the practices and philosophies that Health and Harmony has.

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Health and Harmony is an individually focused, holistic healtht and wellness studio based out of Cherry Creek in Colorado. The company is already well-established, and it is lacking a strong brand and identity system in order to grow and differentiate itself from other companies within the industry.

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Contact and credentials are on the next page!


Contact and Credentials Education

Special Design Experience September, 2010–December, 2010

Health and Harmony, Graphic Designer Actual Client Based Design Project. Developed new brand identity based off industry research. Collaborated and served as project leader with two other designers. Presented finished project to the owner of the company. Full Throttle Riding Academy, Graphic Designer Designed a new logo for this company. Help establish the company more professionally. Gained client recognition for the company.

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RMCAD AIGA Student Group Design informative posters for on-campus events. Visit professional design studios around Colorado. Interact with design community.

January, 2010–April, 2010

Electronic Prepress Class at RMCAD Set up files correctly for output. Visited printing companies to discuss printers checks, and the full operation of the companies. Attained estimates for projects from various printers around Denver.

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December, 2009–January, 2010

Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design (RMCAD), Denver, CO Bachelors of Fine Arts in Graphic Design, 2008–2011.

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Awards and Recognitions

Best of Communications Design in RMCAD’s 48th Annual Student Show, 2011 Participant in RMCAD student shows from 2009–2011 Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design’s Dean list, 2008–2011


Skills

Bestway Insulation Loaded trucks With Cellulose Insulation. Delivered necessary supplies to coworkers. Received ordered supplies from supply company. Strong skills in: building brand identity systems, web design, user interaction design, poster design, book design, and typography. Also proficient in: Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Office, Photography, Illustration, and Painting. Working knowledge of: HTML, CSS, Final Cut Pro, Adobe Flash, and Adobe Flash Catalyst. *References will be provided upon request.

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April, 2010–October, 2010

Student Learning Center at RMCAD Assisted fellow students in ideating designs. Taught students Adobe CS5 Programs and Final Cut Pro. Helped students with all stages of writing papers. Expanded upon identity system and created collateral.

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Cody Thompson Design Design identity systems for small based companies. Work on small commissioned artworks. Photograph projects, multiple subjects, and people.

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Designisms: Cody Thompson's Graphic Design Portfolio