Social Media graphics

We all know how huge social media has become as a platform. It helps shape a sense of community. Just like any company or organization, it's important to effectively represent the brand they have worked so hard to develop in a social setting, such as on Facebook. Of course the way written content is posted is one way to represent the brand, but a visual component must also reflect the brand. Since college, I've helped develop social media graphics for organizations I was part of and also some simply for good causes. Take a look and see what I was able to come up with!  

Used for Instagram and Facebook posts, Alpha Omicron Pi (AOII) Sorority needed a social graphic to promote their lemonade stand to raise money for the Arthritis Foundation. Acting as a member of the communications committee for AOII, I was able to design this graphic. 

Once a year, Ball State University's Alpha Omicron Pi (AOII) Sorority would celebrate their chapter by promoting it on campus. As a communications committee member, I was able to develop this image to act as both Instagram and Facebook posts, but also to act as a profile picture. 

Along with the profile picture for AOII's Pride Week, I also created a cover photo for Facebook. My goal was to allow the cover photo and profile picture to work together to appear as one cohesive design. 

As if designing for a living wasn't enough, I also run a Rodan+Fields business on the side! I designed this social graphic as a way to promote a live stream I was speaking in. 

During the holidays, people are looking for the best deals for gifts and for a little something for themselves. This was a graphic I designed to offer a customer to my social media friends. 

To kick off my business with Rodan+Fields, I hosted a party to promote my business launch. My goal was to really play it up as a fun event that people were not going to want to miss out on. By playing it up as a fall bash, people percieved this as more of a fun place to learn about the products while conversing with friends rather than a dryed up presentation or your average sales party. 

Animals hold a HUGE part of my heart. Whenever I am able to help animals in need, you bet that I'll be there. My hometown's animal shelter was hosting a fundraiser running event and I came to them to ask if I could help in anyway. I created various social media graphics to help spread the word about the event. 

As part of the Furry 5k & Half Marathon Fundraiser, I designed a profile picture that participants and promoters of the event could temporarily change their profile pictures to. It was also used on the event page. 

The Furry 5K & Half Marathon event was an event I was truly honored to volunteer my design skills to. Featured here is the cover photo along with the profile picture of the event page.