HEY THERE! MY NAME IS
Hello! I'm Brianna, a graphic designer and artist from Fort Myers, Florida. I attended the University of Florida, where I graduated and earned my B.F.A in Graphic Design. I have a love for photography, painting watercolor cards, swimming in the ocean and cooking food. I also have a passion for mental health & psychology and enjoy finding the intersection where design interacts with the rest of the world.
BORN: Manhasset, NY
FAVORITE TYPEFACE: Futura
FAVORITE HEX CODE(S): #80D4FF, #85E085, #00CCCC
ZODIAC SIGN: Cancer
MORNING PERSON OR NIGHT OWL:
Definitely Night Owl
FAVORITE UFGD STUDIO MEMORY: My favorite memory would be the end of our first (and last) fall semester in the studio when we had a Secret Santa gift exchange & made each other portraits for the door of FAC316.
DESIGN INSPIRATION(S): Emotions, Pinterest & nature are my biggest design inspirations.
CHECK OUT MY WORK BELOW!
S1621.157: "1621.157" is the number of miles stretching between Puerto Rico and New York. In a graphically designed book highlighting my heritage, I tell the stories that started in these two locations. The spiral bound book tells the story of my earliest relatives, and concludes with myself. The imagery used in the page designs are 35mm black and white film photos that I took while in New York City and Barranquitas, Puerto Rico.
Com:Com was the outcome of a “wicked problem” design project, which involved identifying an issue and then developing a design solution toolkit, of which my focus was on mental health support. Part of my solution was creating “Com”, an organization that caters to helping assist those with PTSD and sensory conditions, with a special focus on a mobile application that helps users uniquely function and interact with the world around them.
SANIBEL & CAPTIVA ISLAND
Sanibel & Captiva Island: For this biodiversity focused project, I created a 3D map of Sanibel and Captiva Island using pieces of 35mm photographs taken on location. The various shapes and heights that make the one collective image are similar to the vast wildlife and species that make up the biodiverse islands.
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