#BuddysBike

#BuddysBike

Graphics Supervisor/Graphic Designer: Jen Hiatt Client: Downtown Development Board Adding to my transportation repertoire, this week the City is unveiling the new official Mayor’s Bike, dubbed #buddysbike.  The bike will be released into the Juice Bike Share system as part of the expansion beginning Friday. Riders of the Mayor’s Bike can use the hashtag #buddysbike to post photos and video featuring the bike online via social media. The bike features a specialty basket, showcasing Orlando's skyline. Our design concept was simple – we wanted the easily recognizable skyline to be visible from afar. The…continue reading →
State of the City 2015

State of the City 2015

Graphics Supervisor/Graphic Designer: Jen Hiatt Client: City of Orlando Office of the Mayor Each Spring, the Mayor delivers his annual State of the City address. This year’s speech reflected on the City’s recent accomplishments in economic growth, public safety, transportation, sustainability, quality of life and ending homelessness. Mayor Dyer also made several announcements on the City’s priorities to keep Orlando moving ahead for generations to come. The design of the invitation for this event correlated with the interactive book that was created to highlight the City's accomplishments and goal for the next year. The design was also worked into…continue reading →
Spring Fiesta

Spring Fiesta

Graphics Supervisor: Jen Hiatt Artist: Bret Thomas Client: Office of Communications & Neighborhood Relations – Events The Spring Fiesta in the Park, now in its 26th year, is held annually during the second weekend in April. More than 150,000 residents and visitors to Orlando visit Lake Eola Park during this weekend to view and purchase arts and crafts from artists from across Central Florida. Goals: Each year the City of Orlando’s Office of Communications and Neighborhood Relations graphics team updates the artwork that is used in the marketing and advertising of the event. Being a signature event from…continue reading →