Homemade Apple Cider

This was a really fun Infographic to make! It’s fall time here in Idaho and the leaves are changing! The air is really brisk and it’s time to sip on some hot chocolate or apple cider!

I wanted to make this Homemade Apple Cider Infographic for those that want to try it! It’s a lot more fun than store bought! The apples used in the apple cider are very important, so pay attention to the details in this infographic.

Enjoy!

 

 

I came up with the colors from looking outside and seeing the leaves changing. I decided to make my own color scheme so that everything went in rhythm.

The apples are super important in this process so you’ll see them a lot throughout the info graphic. I looked at different apples through google clipart and designed my own in Illustrator along with the other graphics!

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Refine Week:

 

This week was really fun as I went through the Infographic, I was able to create more details in the graphics!

I wanted to “spice” things up (no pun intended) and add some apples that had already been sliced, a little more detail to the pot, the cup of apple cider at the end, and changed the font to New Times Roman 14pt.

I really like the color scheme I stuck with! I think this project went really well.

 

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Vanderbilt Ave Identity Design

Vanderbilt Ave was founded in January of 2017. My boutique business soon transformed into an Interior Design business as of last month. I had been needing a logo that would define my name as “Vanderbilt Ave” instead of just my name, Natalie. I needed something to show my style and type of design. In order to get the right logo, I had to do a lot of sketching…

I loved the “wheat” idea as well as keeping the logo simple and classy. I didn’t however enjoy the “N” even though that does represent my name well, it didn’t represent my business – “Vanderbilt Ave” well. So I continued to sketch…

I came up with a couple different designs and here they were:

 

After asking around and getting professional advice on my logo, I decided this fit me and my business well.