Cardno is an infrastructure, environmental, and science company that aims to make a difference for the environment, animals, and people that live in it! The work created for Cardno spanned across different forms of marketing materials including but not limited to brochures, service disciple sheets, seed packet design, social media, website graphics, signage, and more! Working hard to provide top-quality services Cardno can help with all of the clients’ needs both on and off the field. Whether it be gopher tortoise relocation or developing on-site signage this company will deliver! 

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Cardno Native Plant Nursery

Each region within the united states has a unique ecosystem that houses different species of native plant species, while also having its fair share of invasive plant species. Cardno takes on the challenge of removing invasive species from project sites, replacing them with native plant species, and restoring the ecological sustainability of the site through various services.

As a graphic designer, I help to deliver designs for the native plant nursery to fulfill all of their marketing needs. For example, the large native seed bags that we bring to project sites and sell to clients. Through the native plant nursery, we also get external client requests to develop personalized seed packets.

Each seed packet hosts several different native plant species to the region in which the client is located. The seed packets are designed with the clients’ needs in mind while also effectively communicating to the reader what is inside of the seed packets.

Cardno ChemRisk

Cardno ChemRisk is comprised of talented scientists that are devoted to studying health risks that can be found in work environments, consumer products, environmental impacts, and epidemiology. The work Cardno ChemRisk provides our clients is highly valued and full of important data. While designing for Cardno Chemrisk, one of the challenges I faced was to include all of this important data while also allowing the eye to breathe. To do this, the designs were constructed with organization, imagery, visual hierarchy, and as much white space as possible.

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