This project has been going on for quite some time. Here are ALL the updates on the CODE Zika Brasil homepage banner sorted by type and date:
March 11 (3/11):
These are the first 3 drafts of the banner.
Theses are the mockups of the first 3 drafts.
March 18 (3/18):
Next 2 drafts; new color, more icons, different title.
Theses are the mockups of the 2 new drafts.
March 19 (3/19)- Part 1:
These are the next 2 drafts; background design’s opacity is lowered.
Theses are mockups of those 2 drafts.
March 19 (3/19) Part 2:
Theses are the adjusted versions of the previous 2 drafts.
These are the mockups of the adjusted 2 drafts.
March 25 (3/25):
Theses are the newer 3 drafts of the banner; white BG, variation in icon alignment, different text colors and position.
Theses are the mockups of the newer 3 drafts.
April 1 (4/1):
I had a meeting with the client and produced the drafts and mockups below.
Even newer drafts of the banner; different languages for the banner, background pattern further faded.
Mockups of the newer linguistically differing banners.
New drafts with different fonts.
Mockups of the new banners of differing fonts.
Previous drafts but with borders.
I was tasked to make a banner for CODE Zika Brasil’s website. Here’s some progress images.
They’re a little plain, but I consulted Suloni about these images. She gave me lots of advice and helped steer me in the right direction. She suggested that I show an intersection of these images, select colors from the COLA web pages, fully render the pregnant woman, and use a san-serif font.
I finished a v-lab interactive and am currently working on my second one. It took quite a bit of time, but it looks pretty neat now. There were a lot of layers involved and I wasn’t really anticipating that.
I’ve been working on the Psyche CE diagrams for a course powerpoint a lot lately and finished them up! Here are the diagrams I helped make:
A lot of my time spent making this graph was mostly organizing my many layers. I wanted to ensure that if a change was necessary, it would be easy for the user who has access to the .psd file. Here’s what the graph looks like currently:
And here are all the layers I organized..
And here’s what they look like collapsed into their respective groups.
This will definitely be done on Monday and I will start on another graph/diagram then! That’s all for this shift 🙂