Posts written in April 2007

CLEO Edge 2007 UT Law Advertisement

CLEO Edge 2007 Advertisement

I’ve been commissioned on three occasions to make print ads for the University of Texas School of Law to appear in CLEO Edge magazine, a publication for minorities seeking information about education in the legal field. I don’t usually do much print work, so I enjoyed having the chance to lay out some type, play with CMYK inks, and work with the excellent photography of Mark Rutkowski (which I heavily tweaked in Photoshop — sorry, Mark!).

Where Columbia Sets Her Name

Where Columbia Sets Her Name

Romney Hits the Retail Stump

Romney Hits the Retail Stump

No Such Thing As Junk

No Such Thing As Junk

Rx

Rx

Lost in Townes Hall?

The University of Texas School of Law is housed in three interconnected buildings, and is noted as being one of the more labyrinthine sets of hallways on campus, so I’m pleased to report that the new maps I designed are officially live. They’ve been redrawn from the ground up (literally!) using Illustrator, which gives us the ability to spit them out in pretty much any format or size we want while keeping the ease-of-editing very high. Also new are the PDF versions that allow for zooming and text searching, handy for finding that obscure room number or named classroom. This new design replaces our old set of inaccurate, flat .gif files, so I’m very happy with the results…