Project objective was to create a design to help solve an environmental, social, or political problem. Our group decided to focus on the problem of the invasion of the species of Asian Carp. We found a way to help with the invasion, and created an interactive family activity, while also feeding the impoverished. My contribution to the project: I chose the typeface for the logotype, as well as the color palette. Using elements from a teammate logo and button designs, I combined the best assets for an event poster, info-graphic poster, and pamphlet. I also designed a wall for donating customers to sign their name on a fish badge and stick it to the wall.
This is the advertisement poster for the four events. It was designed by Kenna Mangan.
This is the info graphic poster, designed by Kenna Mangan.
This is the inside of the pamphlet, designed by Kenna Mangan. It would be handed out at sporting goods retail store counters.
This is the back of the pamphlet, designed by Kenna Mangan. The pamphlet folds along the vertical lines to create a square shape with rounded corners.
This is the donation wall where the fish badges would be hung in the retail stores where donations are made upon check-out.
Fish Fry event signage in front of High Ridge Church of Christ. Photo taken and mocked-up by Kenna Mangan.
 Fish fry wayfinding signage in front of High Ridge Church of Christ. Photo taken and mocked-up by Kenna Mangan.
Fish fry banner advertisement at back of High Ridge Church of Christ. Can be seen from Highway 30. Photo taken and mocked-up by Kenna Mangan.
Fish Fry projector advertisement inside the High Ridge Church of Christ during service. Photo taken and mocked-up by Kenna Mangan.
Wayfinding signage for Camp Carp Part 1: Rod & Reell. Photo taken and mocked-up by Kenna Mangan.
Wayfinding signage for Camp Carp Part 2: Bowfish & Gig. Photo taken and mocked-up by Kenna Mangan.
Potential website screenshot for Carp4hunger.org. The water in the background actually moves. Designed by Kenna Mangan.
T-shirts were designed by teammate Matt Washausen. He actually screen printed t-shirts for all of our team members.
These are button designs. We made real buttons to be handed out at sporting goods retail stores, the camps that we would host for the children, and also to be handed out at the church and local food pantry corresponding events. Buttons were designed by teammate Matt Washausen.
This is me, wearing the T-shirt designed and screen printed by teammate Matthew Washausen.
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