Graphic Design Portfolio

Please note this is only a selection of my graphic design work. For inquiries please email me at contact.dianatung[at]gmail.com. 

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Zeroing In on Place and Race (2015)

Product: Research Report. 4-color, 36 pages.
Design specs: Cover design, report layout and design, infographic design, data and table manipulation. Adherence to existing brand identity. Design for a public audience.

This report focusing on youth disconnection in the United States was the focus of a New York Times editorial, and garnered extensive media coverage.

 

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Geographies of Opportunity (2015)
Product: Research Report. 4-color, 70 pages.
Design specs: Cover design, report layout and design, infographic design, data and table manipulation. Adherence to existing brand identity. Design for a public audience.

This report examines well-being in the United States by congressional districts, utilizing the American Human Development Index.

 

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Fifteen Years of Humanity In Action (2014).
Product: Research Report. 2-color, 31 pages.
Design specs: Report layout and design, infographic design, data interpretation.

The client wanted a simple uncluttered design that was different from the official organization’s branding to denote an independent report. The report was largely for internal purposes to examine and evaluate the impact of the organization’s programs.

 

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Congress and Us (2014)

Product: Web-based infographic.
Design specs: Layout design, adherence to existing brand identity, original infographic design, and design for a public audience.

This infographic compares the demographic details of U.S. Congressional representatives with that of the general U.S. population, with data separated by party also.

 

 

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Infographic Design (2013)
Product: Infographic design for Powerpoint presentation.
Design specs: Create from scratch images to match the text supplied by client.

This infographic explains the client’s business model to potential investors in one simple easy-to-understand image.

 

 

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Ad design (2013)
Product: Print advertisement design. 2-color.
Design specs: Advertisement design to introduce organization to new audience, in particular the readers of Mother Jones magazine. Adherence to existing brand identity.

I first sketched the profile images of both women with pen and paper, and later utilized Adobe Illustrator to stylize and edit the pen strokes and overall design. This ad appeared in the print version of Mother Jones in the fall of 2013.

 

 

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Business Card Design (2013)
Product: 2-color business card, front and back.
Design specs: Utilize core organizational brand identity elements such as font and colour.

The back end of this business card design capitalizes on the bold red colour and wide font, with the text bleeding to the edges. The design is clear and confident, and balanced by the more functional and informational front side. The logo in the top right demonstrates the original design element, and shows the play between negative and positive space between the two sides.

 

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Halve the Gap by 2030 (2013)
Product: Research Report. 4-color, 107 pages.
Design specs: Cover design, report layout and design, infographic design. Data, table, and map manipulation. Adherence to existing brand identity. Design for a public audience.

Design for a report on disconnected youth in America’s cities, with a call to arms to halve the current trends by 2030.

 

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Women’s Well-Being (2012)

Product: Research Brief. 4-color, 21 pages.
Design specs: Cover design, report layout and design, infographic design, data and table manipulation. Adherence to existing brand identity. Design for a public audience.

A brief focusing on women’s well-being in the 25 most populous metro areas in the United States.