Hi, I'm Stephanie. I’m the kind of graphic designer that enjoys connecting innovation and empathy through branding, design systems, and brand experiences. I’m based in Los Angeles and I have my own side hustle, iso studio.
Outside of the studio, I enjoy hand lettering, eating good food, and coming home to my dog.
A brand inspired by the significance of giving. Good Mood believes that writing letters isn’t a lost art, and it’s rather a thoughtful gesture to brighten someone’s day. Each item ordered for someone else comes with a hand-written letter with a message by you. The products resemble a tender memory, a warm feeling, or a nostalgic moment in time.
A custom character set was developed and used as the primary typeface in the Good Mood wordmark. Each character is a modern take on traditional blackletter typography.
Outline is a sleek app that helps you prepare and plan for a trip. It’s not another checklist app — it suggests a checklist based on specifications made in the planning phase, shows the forecast for the planned dates, and assists in trip budget management.
Plan a trip
Pack for a trip
wow. is the identity for a non-profit supporting the female force in neighborhoods of poverty by distributing donations of unused feminine hygiene products. The name is in short for world of women, period.
A woman’s curves are features that are to be embraced and empowered, because curves contour the body that holds all of the greatness within the woman. Inspired by the strength of women, I developed an identity that incorporated unique curves in each letter. The wordmark is derived from the font, Ivy Mode.
An annual report that envelopes information and infographics for MUJI, a Japanese company that offers products such as apparel, household items, and food. MUJI is a lifestyle —the products and packaging are simplistic, modern, and universal.
An infographic utilizing the structure of MUJI’s storage products representing the Percentage of Revenue from Operations by Location.
A website redesign project for Holden Outerwear to reflect their new brand during my internship with Extendedplay. We developed creative ways to incorporate call-to-action elements and developed interesting product detail layouts so that each page has a unique and unified user experience.
Dex is a design-driven brand curated towards the modern and detail-oriented homeowner. The story steps towards redefining the reputation of power tools. It’s a household name for tools and a brand that belongs in the home, not the garage.Modern, humble, and durable are the three key words that help define the brand.
Derived from dexterity— meaning a person with a skill in performing tasks well, especially using the hands. dex understands that projects require mindful planning, so they applied these philosophies into crafting a design-minded identity.A label system was developed to support power tool sets and individually packaged products at multiple sizes.