Additionally, my client asked if I could also design a few letterheads and honoree packet for their upcoming gala. I just mirrored the elements from the presentation deck for a seamless visual identity.
BROWN WOMEN IN MEDIA
When my client reached out to me to help her nonprofit organization enhance their professional presence, I knew I had to answer the call. She needed an informative presentation deck that she could show to potential partners and investors that would help her seal the deal.
Brown Women in Media already had a logo, but it was up to me to bring the rest of the branding home. I provided brand colors, fonts and mood photos that were featured on the slides above.
My client also had all of the copy ready to go. She didn't exactly ask me for infographics, however I found opportunities within the text to visually reinforce what was being said. I also grew fond of the square/rectangle for majority of the design elements because the number 4 represents foundation and stability; the square and rectangle have 4 sides and give a feeling of sturdiness and dependability.