Category: junior

11
Feb

The Typography Reference

By: Alejandra Ross

The Typography Reference is a collection of accordion books that provides straightforward typographic definitions for people of all skill levels. The collection offers typography-curious people quick references to peak their interest toward the impact of typography in their lives.

11
Feb

Sederberg Teas & Oils

By: Steven Libby

My brand identity is a simple black and white packaging using an foiled cedar tree as a logo, with a single accent color, in two tones, relating to the flavor/scent of the product. Each product uses the color in a chevron pattern in a small strip across the bottom and top of the box, as well as on the bottom panel of the box, or the inside of the bottle label. The name uses the Afrikaans spelling of the Cederberg wilderness area near Clanwilliam.

11
Feb

Fee Good: Teas, Oils & Scents

By: Shaina Patel

This packaging system was inspired by the way teas, oils and scents make their users feel. Based on a fictional South African company with a desire to appeal to customer satisfaction, this design incorporates both digital and hand-drawn aspects to create a relaxed yet professional appearance. Details to note include the use of foiling, hand illustration, copywriting and important packaging items (i.e. barcodes, recycling reminders, product details).

11
Feb

Nuuvo

By: Dalal Semprun

Nuuvo sells tea, candles, and body oils in California made from plants produced on a farm in Clanwilliam, South Africa. The branding was based off of the cave paintings found in the region in combination with typography and colors that would appeal to a young American audience and the name possesses Dutch/Afrikaans but sounds like the English word new. The packaging combines American and Afrikaans culture in the same way the products themselves do.

11
Feb

What Is Typography?

By: Brianna Ostrowski

A small colorful coffee table book with a little over 100 typography definitions, about one per page, with a visual of each word.

11
Feb

Type Hype

By: Isabella Meredith

The app Type Hype teaches typographic terms to people who do not have any knowledge about design. This app is a fun interactive way to engage people and help them learn all about typography. The specific audience this app is targeting includes a combination of high-school students and millennials who are extremely interested in design, but are not designers and do not have any previous knowledge of anything design related.

11
Feb

Cahaba River Outfitters

By: Isabella Meredith

After doing some research, I discovered that there is more to the Cahaba River area than just a river. I was inspired by the entire environment surrounding the river (roads and walking trails) as well as the river itself. I wanted to combine what is urban with nature in order to show the cohesion and oneness of everything in the Cahaba area. This project is a logo mark combing these aspects of urban and nature.

11
Feb

A-Z Typography

By: Shaina Patel

Learning the basics of typography has never been easier thanks to A-Z Typography. Intended for young designers interested in pursuing a higher education in design, these double-sided index cards provide typography terms and corresponding visuals for every letter of the alphabet. The cards also separate the terms into categories such as anatomy, alignment/spacing, punctuation/symbols, and styling to make the learning process easier and efficient. A major detail to note includes the use of hand-drawn type.

11
Feb

Thirst for Type

By: Cheyenne Ami Nix

Hand-crafted collectable typography coasters to quench your thirst for design.