Brianna combines open-minded design and exceptional service to ensure that her clients achieve their goals and have their needs met. She is an honest, accountable, and hard-working designer who works well independently and in collaborative environments. Her goal is to continue to learn and grow as a graphic designer, expanding her knowledge and skills while helping others realize their dreams.
BryPi is a skate brand that celebrates rebellious life. All of the decks are hand painted and the wordmark was hand-modified.
The brand emphasizes community-sourced creativity. The skateboards would be made by collaborating with an artist and hand done so that no board is the same. Customers who personalize boards could put their design onto any surface that BryPi sells, such as grip tape, T-shirts, helmets, etc. The company would also mass produce boards printed on vinyl for customers who value affordability over customization.
It Doesn't Only Hurt You
Constraints: Must mix something human made with nature.
Problem: Smoking and cigarette litter
My solution was to create a poster series that discourages smoking and littering by superimposing gigantic cigarette butts on images of nature and children. The photorealistic images are intended to evoke curiosity by dramatically exaggerating the effects of smoking and littering butts on people and the environment.
Constraints: Redesign an existing gas station to make it more user friendly; design for an existing gas brand.
Problem: Distracted drivers can make it dangerous for motorcyclists to fill their tank; entering payment information at the outset of every transaction is a hassle
Goal: Make filling up a safer and more positive user experience
Solution: An Exxon app that anyone can use to locate gas stations and fill up their tank faster with pre-entered information that is remembered so users don't have to enter it every visit. The concept also includes exclusive small vehicle fueling.