The University of Missouri Division of Inclusion, Diversity and Equity gets a fresh design with a streamlined interface and responsive screen displays for smartphones to desktops.
As a staff member, I frequently received questions about important historical events—events that were often not published in the University's official histories. I researched and developed a visual timeline of notable firsts and other important events to help preserve and make available this information for current and future students, staff and faculty.
Many university students experience cyberbullying and often are unsure how to respond or what their rights are. I wrote and designed this bulletin board kit specifically for Mizzou residence hall staff and students.
The Speak Up! bulletin board kit gives university students and staff sample scripts for how they can speak up in a way that doesn't shame the other person but still calls attention to the situation. Embedded QR codes make it easy for students to scan them with their phones and immediately be taken to our website for more information and resources.
I coordinated the marketing and promotions for Mizzou's Black History Month events from 2013-2015. This included creating the master calendar of events and handling promotions through a variety of other channels:
The Civility, You and Mizzou eLearning module was created to support Mizzou's "Show Me Respect" civility campaign. I collaborated with a colleague who developed the copy for the module while I created the supporting graphics, interaction, and underlying HTML/CSS code. Our module is currently being used at other universities, and due to its popularity, we developed a second module specifically focusing on civility in health care settings.
I also designed the "Show Me Respect" campaign logo and website for the university-wide civility initiative.
I designed these logos for Mizzou's new Citizenship@Mizzou student program. The program introduces students to Mizzou's four values and what it means to be a citizen on a diverse campus. The logo builds on the central marketing and communications unit's "tigers of all stripes" messaging.