My name is Jalyn Bryce and I am an all-round Graphic Designer who is based in Sydney.
Below are some examples of my work.
Currently I am working as a Full-time Print Designer for Officeworks as well as a Freelance Digital Designer providing a range of services.
If you’re interested in working with me, please head over to contact page.
|I had the opportunity to work with PyxlHeart, a live twitch streamer, with their branding and logo redesign.
For this project I created banners that are used across Youtube and Twitch platforms.
|This is a hero web banner created for a Hooked Marketing client. With Hooked Marketing, I’ve implemented a range of digital projects including creating designs for websites, imagery for content and site banners. The key tasks include retouching and resizing assets for digital platforms such as WordPress and MailChimp.|
|Every year the Neapean TAFE runs an event called ‘Contact’. It is an open day that shows off all the work from the students from a range of art and design classes.
This project was for the branding of Contact 2017, to reflect the students of that year. I played with a few ideas, designs ranging from experiments with patterns, use of watercolour to building with Jenga blocks. The Jenga blocks were to reflect the building blocks of design, but what I really wanted to play with was colour. Colour being such an important tool of a design’s feel, and what type of message it is trying to portray.
|The Australian Women and Childrens research foundation was the client for this project.
We were to design a concept for their information brochure. They provided the text and some photographs to use. First we each showed the client some concepts for the cover, and these are some of the ideas I came up with.
|3 out of the 4 covers are made up of photographs of Play-Doh that I shaped trying to represent play of children. After getting feedback from the client I decided to combine two of the designs. The main reason for this was because of the Play-Doh stethoscope – while easy recognisable on a large computer screen, the client was unsure what it was at first glance on a smartphone, and the client approved of the child-like drawing. They wanted a brochure that felt real, not like another magazine you find on the shelf.|