The 2022 senior class of graphic design student yearbook by Brandon Rodriguez
Yearbooks are catalysts of memory, reflection, and the epitome of our student experience at University.
However, the University of the Arts does not have a yearbook. There is no product in place for capturing our memories beyond the student work archive.
Therefore, I developed a two-form design system that required students answer questions based on academics and personal design elements that they feel represent them. From this form I developed, I was able to gather the information from the students and then design the beautiful spreads presented to represent each student in our own yearbook fashion.
Through my approach, I seek to communicate a brand’s true narrative with tools like shape, color, typography, and imagination.
View the selection of projects below to gain an understanding of my process.