"My identity can be found somewhere between being your average 24-year-old Chicana, and a designer striving to create a positive impact by designing for people. Practicing human-centered design not only allows me to see how things are, but create how things should be. I am passionate in exploring all things related to typography, brand identity, user research and experience."
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Jasmine holds a BFA in Interaction Design from California College of the Arts in San Francisco. She has worked with clients as a freelance graphic designer for the award-winning restaurant, Floriano's Mexican Food, in her hometown of Lompoc, California. She has also worked with Design Tech High School, the first public high school to have a new campus funded by a Silicon Valley company, Oracle's Education Foundation.
Lately, Jasmine has been learning about computers working as a User Support Specialist and is concurrently taking visual design courses. Her unorthodox career path reflects her ability to adapt with the ever-changing design environment and her strong belief of lifelong learning. Jasmine is actively seeking a career in design and research.
Chicana | Designer | Lifelong Learner
San Francisco, CA 94107
System Identity of Marbles Collection
Graphic Design Project - 8 weeks
Brief: Create a system identity of a collection to be presented as a museum exhibition.