marketing + social content
Designed social media posts, maintained brand consistency online, managed calendars, built brand personas, created presentation decks, and handled image editing and sourcing.
Graphic Design | Packaging Design | Social Media Coordinator | Iconography
SEO | Campaign Concepts | Copywriting | Photography + Editing
‘The Local Spot’
@FuelCoffeeSeattle is the place to go if you’re looking for a local spot that will satisfy your coffee cravings and literary wonder.
In 2020, Danielle Hulton went on to collaborate with the previous owner giving all three locations a dramatic revamp. Clean and illustrative by theme, the walls and counters of the Capitol Hill Cafe are enhanced by a playful arrangement of geometric tiles and vibrant blue accents, giving an intergalactic dimension to
the minimalist space.
At each location, you’ll get lost in the hand-curated mini library. It’s near impossible to leave without buying at least a few books and you’ll be grabbing your second latte by the time you’ve picked them all out. A laid-back vibe, conveniently located.
It’s the perfect place to take a break from the city.
Neighborhood Spots: Capitol Hill - Montlake - Wallingford
Noteworthy: ‘Sip Sessions’ on Fridays - Free, open
to the public, community classes on all things
coffee and tea
Specialty Items - Specialty seasonal drinks including
the ‘Mint Dream Sweet Cream’
#BrewYourBest #Seattlecoffee #localcoffeeshop #FuelCoffeeSeattle #cafelife #baristalife
Graphic Design | Social Media | Iconography
Promotional ads for U.S. National Distribution
Mock Ups for Tik Tok + Instagram | Social Media Thumbnails | Logo Design | Game Concept
The segment is about sharing funny jokes between friends
Each guest takes turns reading a card similar to a phrase you would find in Cards Against Humanity
The guest sings a song and places the phrase at a specific part
TikTok video inspired by @6.deadly.sins
(We pick the song and phrases)
Steady As We Flow
Both players watch a music video
They have 15 - 30 seconds to learn the dance
Both players then perform the moves from memory,
whoever choreographs closest to the actual moves, wins