The front cover design for Behind The Lines, a WWI book about a little-known American Story.
Collaborating with the author by learning what his book was about and the strong statement he wanted to make, I took on the job of developing a front cover. Working through a few ideas, I was able to develop a front cover that conveyed a sense of boldness and attention getting when viewed both small and on a bookshelf.
Infographics are great ways to share data about any subject. The key is to make them interesting and easy to read and understand. Here are samples of infographics designed for the publication Executive Memo for Colorado Society of Association Executives.
The Colorado Getaways issue of the AAA EnCompass magazine is always fun to create with new challenges in every issue. The magazine features various locations in every corner of the state and offers information on things to do for all ages. The feature section is photo intensive with line maps for location and to add interest.
Laurie Shields Design has worked with JFS to provide publication design and production services for collateral material that help support their mission “To restore well-being to the vulnerable throughout the greater Denver community by delivering services based on Jewish values.”
We provide various collateral design including annual reports, brochures and overview flyers as well as vehicle wraps and signage.
“I have worked with Laurie Shields for 20+ years. And I keep coming back. She’s creative, detail-oriented, fast, and responsive. Her rates are fair and the quality of work is excellent. She’s helped us create attractive and compelling annual reports, newsletters, brochures, ads, and more. Laurie’s technical ability is impressive and she gets it when it comes to our brand and…more.”
John Kayser, Director, Marketing & Communications at Jewish Family Service of Colorado
This is a children’s book that describes what it is like for a child with sensory integration disorder.
Sensory Processing/Integration Disorder A neurological disorder that is characterized by the brain’s inability to accurately process information coming from the senses, which results in inaccurate judgement of sensory information such as sight, sound, taste, touch, and movement. The seven senses that can be affected by S.P.D. are the proprioceptive sense, or sense of body position; the vestibular sense, or sense of balance; the tactile sense, or sense of touch; the visual sense, or sense of sight; the auditory sense, or sense of hearing; the olfactory sense, or sense of smell; and the gustatory sense, or sense of taste.