digital color print
In Spring 2015, I took on the role of Layout Designer for Grey Matters, an undergraduate neuroscience journal at the University of Washington. Before I was hired, the journal had not had a designer on staff. Rather, the layout of the journal was done by a few well-intentioned but inexperienced members. Over the following summer, I developed a new, cleaner look for the print journal that is easier to read and more beautiful, but still supports the original logo and title typeface.
Since the big redesign, I have stayed on as Grey Matters' Design Director, and strive to improve the layout with each new issue. I also oversee junior designers that have come onto the team to speed up production, and work with the Art Director to develop the identity of the annual Evening With Neuroscience conference.
This is a sampling of the most recent work I've done for this organization. Full issues can be viewed on the Grey Matters website, found here.