Web + Visual Designer
Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop
Dec 2015 - April 2017
For 1.5 years I led the design efforts in Cal Poly CubeSat/PolySat, an organization for students involved in multidisciplinary space technologies and building satellites at Cal Poly.
I worked as a sole web and graphic designer throughout PolySat and CubeSat from 2015 - 2017, collaborating with engineering students and lab managers. This has included designing mission logos and patches, a NASA publication, infographics, collateral, banners and posters, and multiple websites. After finishing CubeSat's website, I have recently finished designing PolySat's website. Some of my work is shown below.
ISX MISSION LOGO
The purpose of the ISX mission is to measure how plasma tubes in the ionosphere burst when full of energy, by waiting until sunset and reading DTV signals from the ground. I wanted to the ISX Logo to reference the plasma tubes in a clean, minamalistic manner.
[Left:] The plasma tubes made to look graphically, for initial design reference.
Large Scale Infographics (trifold)
CubeSat 101 - NASA
Formatted a 88 page publication for basic concepts and processes for first-time CubeSat Developers over a course of three months. I worked directly with the head producer, CubeSat Systems Engineer Alicia Johnstone, and employees at NASA.
The online viewable PDF is at https://www.nasa.gov/content/cubesat-launch-initiative-resources