Joslyn has had the pleasure to design a variety of projects. From logo design to user experience flow, she uses her knowledge of storyboarding, problem solving, and taking account the audience, to take a project from the early stages of conception to final delivery.
Find Your Inspiration experimental poster.
Bunny and Birthday Sprinkles Trendboard and Process. On the left is the research and trends. The bunny logo and pattern was designed by Joslyn and used for her webshop The Jolly Jawbreaker.
Floral Shape Toss Pattern. This was an experimental toss pattern Joslyn created while attending a Digital Pattern workshop.
Menu page Joslyn prototyped for an e-learning course at Allen Interactions.
This is the second menu page Joslyn prototyped as a secondary option and idea of the direction the team could take the project.
This was an example of a text image page. The biggest challenge a designer faces is lots of text that has to be incorporated. Using the text across the whole page helped utilize the space better here.
Mock up menu page created for a government project. The style of the course the client chose was this morphed style of realistic and illustrated.
Here is an office scene for the Spot the Hazards e-learning. Joslyn designed the layouts and illustrated scenes for this course. Based on team/client feedback, the final outcome changed a little so that the hazards were easier to see.
Here is a cleaned up drawing and final production piece Joslyn created for one of the team’s clients. In this e-learning course the learner explored multiple scenes and had to “spot” the hazards. Most of Joslyn’s time was used up front to sketch and create a final drawing for the client to approve so there would not be many changes during production and building.
Studio B Logo design.
The Studio B logo is versatile and can be used in different colors. Each member of the Studio B team received a different color mug to fit their personality.
Studio B logo on the final product.
One of Joslyn’s favorite projects she worked on. This client needed training on safety practices at their facility. The trainee would encounter multiple locations and click the hazards they see. For this project Joslyn created custom graphics and integrated an illustrative and photo-real style. The client was pleased to have a realistic aspect of being able to see their facility in the background.
In the previous screen, the user clicks on the lift. They are then brought to a screen that shows three different scenarios for the object that they have to choose is the safest.
Feedback screen from the three choice screen. Joslyn went with a comic style that illustrates a before and after with feedback. Since they user chose correct, nothing bad happens and they are safe.