During the summer of 2017 I worked for the Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) in downtown Chicago as a Web Data Migration Project Specialist. I assisted in designing the layouts of the pages of their new website. However, in addition to designing the website's layouts, I designed a thank you card, donation card, a Snapchat filter for their yearly Interfaith Leadership Institute conference, and name badges for the conference attendees. All of the designs were created in accordance to the IFYC style guide.
Thank You Card
IFYC, as a part of their branding, has looping and intersecting pathway elements. These elements are meant to represent the intersectionality and cooperation of faiths and belief systems that IFYC works to bring together. I felt it was important to include these elements within their thank you card as a reminder of IFYC's mission for the donors who receive the notes.
I designed the donation card to match the thank you card. I did this as a way to help remind the donors of the gracious contribution they are making to IFYC.
Snapchat Filter for the 2017 Interfaith Leadership Institute
For the Interfaith Leadership Institute, IFYC's head designer wanted to implement some of their secondary colors to represent and identify the different groups of people who would be in attendance. I took those colors, and applied them to the familiar pathway elements. These colors and elements were found all throughout the conference on signs, handouts, and in presentations. I found that using these colors and elements for the filter expanded the conference experience seamlessly into the digital realm.
Name Badge for the 2017 Interfaith Leadership Institute
For the 2017 Interfaith Leadership Institute, the head designer for IFYC wanted to use a light blue to represent the students who went to the conference, and the pink for the educators and college staff members. Here, I designed a front and backside to the name tag, in both the pink and the light blue.