Hi I’m Jenna.
Since moving to Manchester a year and a half ago, I have gotten to explore different avenues of graphic design. I played with branding, logo design and produced all sorts of collateral between freelancing and an internship at Decor Fusion (an interior design and branding company). This experience led me to bigger and bolder ventures - my current graphic design position at Eventpad/Duuzra Software International. I answer directly to the head of design, building interactive presentations for some of the world’s leading brands. This quick-paced, ever-evolving position has offered a wealth of experience and has reinforced my passion for UX design.
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I was approached by National Trust to build a brand for the Wimpole Winter Festival from concept to completion.
This is a work in progress. I’ve been working with the excellent folks at Cadell Entertainment to design their logo influenced by Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘The Rope’
This is a logo that I have designed for a sole trader in Ireland, who is setting up a language school. The larger image shows an example of my work process.
This is an example of a digital painting that I completed earlier this year using a Wacom Intuos Pro.
An example of portrait retouching, emphasis on eyes, lip shape and skin tone.
This is an example of some corporate business cards. I made this image as an answer for an OP on Graphic Design Stack Exchange, check out my profile.
While working with Vita Media, I designed custom wedding stationary including invitations, place cards, thank you cards, menus and seating plans. I also designed leaflets and graduation certificates for pre-schoolers.
This is sample flyer made to a sample brief. I own none of the photos and the piece is purely for demonstrative purposes.
This is an arrangement of a quote from the poem ‘Wings’ by poet Pages Matam.
A logo for a game project, that I provide assets for. We work on indie games in our spare time.
Here are some pages from a brochure designed and printed by myself for K.T. Metal Design. The final brochure was clasped together by a piece of their metal work and was based on their already developed brand.
A poster completed using the Intuos Pro. This piece is a digital rendition of a piece that I made during my time at the University of Miami.