Parks Division Hybrid Car Wrap

Parks Division Hybrid Car Wrap

Graphics Supervisor: Jen Hiatt Graphic Artist: Bret Thomas Client: City of Orlando Parks Division When the opportunity to wrap the new Parks Division Hybrid arose, I knew that this would be a great place to showcase hand-drawn illustrations of the City's many diverse parks. With 83 parks in the City limits, we had no shortage of inspiration.  I tapped Bret for this project; his hand drawing skills have come so far in the past year and this was a great place for him to flex his illustration muscles. It started with a brainstorm – what park…continue reading →

Downtown Orlando Historic Walking Tour Interactive Map

Graphics Supervisor: /Graphic Artist: Jen Hiatt Web Developer: Natalie Bednarz Client: City of Orlando Historic Preservation Board This was a little bit of a passion project for myself that took me way out of my comfort zone. Not only did I (finally) find a good way to represent interactive maps on our website, but I also built the City's first StoryMap for the Downtown Historic Walking Tour using a platform I was completely unfamiliar with. So, from the beginning. For about the past 6 months, Natalie and I have been researching different options for interactive…continue reading →
#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 →
Green Economy Summit Event Promotion

Green Economy Summit Event Promotion

Graphics Supervisor/Graphic Designer: Jen Hiatt Client: Green Works Orlando Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer hosted a Climate and Energy Summit bringing together more than 200 community, business, nonprofit and public sector leaders to discuss sustainability best practices and solutions to support economic growth and clean, reliable and renewable energy in Orlando and Central Florida. The Summit was part of Mayor Dyer’s Green Works Orlando initiative, a comprehensive plan to ensure Orlando is one of the most environmentally-friendly, economically and socially vibrant communities in the nation. Goals: To promote the Climate and Energy Summit to community and…continue reading →

Green Works Orlando Community Action Plan

Client: Green Works Orlando Graphic Designer: Bret Thomas In 2012, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer appointed a 20-member task force to make recommendations for a Community Action Plan to make Orlando one of the most environmentally-friendly cities in the Southeast. The task force considered input from 14 round table meetings with subject-matter experts on seven topics related to sustainability, in addition to public comment from community meetings and an interactive online forum. The results of the task force were documented in the inaugural Greenworks Community Action Plan. In this plan, Orlando set a goal for government operations to be…continue reading →

“Here We Grow” LYMMO campaign

      Art Director/Graphic Designer: Jen Hiatt Downtown Orlando Marketing Coordinator: Judy Frisby Client: Downtown Development Board LYMMO, the free bus-rapid transit system that circulates Downtown Orlando, will be launching two additional lines in spring/summer 2014. To promote the changes, as well as the new bus routes, we launched a marketing campaign called "Here We Grow." The campaign tagline stemmed from the new citrus-inspired bus route names, Orange, Lime and Grapefruit, a result of a contest online where residents could submit their ideas. The artwork and the copy played off of the citrus/fruit tree theme.…continue reading →
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