As a graphic designer at The Watershed Company, building from 50% designs, I finalized two interpretive signs for King County Department of Transportation on an extremely tight budget. One sign explained permeability in an urban setting; the other discussed the function of a new rain garden. The border, text, and raingarden illustration outline were provided. I updated the colors, type, and overall style. I painted the raingarden (as well as adding the animals) and created the other graphics, reorganized the sign content for clarity, and provided final layout. Digital files were prepared for printing.

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Large Format Design

Multi-Page | Short | Logos