I designed this website, so if you like that, you might like the other things I have in store.
LANDMINES & OLD MAGIC IN CAMBODIA is an infographic I researched and created for my MEJO 182, a graphic design course at the Hussman School of Journalism & Media, final project.
As the child of Khmer immigrants, this topic was important to me, as it allowed me to blend qualitative and quantitative data-visualization to tell the story of my people.
PERSONAL BRANDING. I crafted a logo a mockups of freelancing documents. The design centers on the concept of the "butterfly effect," which states, in essence, that the flap of a single butterfly's wings can, far in the future, influence the winds of a hurricane. The idea speaks to the unexpected agency of small things to have rippling effects in the course of time.
The negative-color center of the butterfly has a gestalt effect. One can view the shapes inside as just a continuation of the butterfly. Or, as a looking-glass peering into an odd shape of "another dimension." Or, even as the strands of the multiverse. How would we be different if we made some small decisions differently?
GETTING THE NEWS, an infographic I designed very early into my college career as a proof of concept for my graphic design skills, centering on how Americans consumed news media in the U.S. in 2018.