Maia Leggott shares her experience with various period tracking applications and her discovery of Clue, which she argues to be the best option on the market.
I designed this logo for my personal brand. The bright colours are meant to reflect my bubbly, outgoing personality. I included a tagline to show the basis of my work.
No reel is long enough to cover the 50 years of creativity at Humber.
The scam that steals from the poor and gives to the rich, the reverse-Robin Hood of modern business.When something sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
Some nights are for quick, cheap bites. Some nights are for going all out (hello, payday!). Here is your easily digestible guide to impeccable Toronto restaurants, whatever your budget may be.
This newsletter was created for a project. I was asked to design a newsletter to showcase some exciting things 2019 would bring to Humber College.
The boy in the striped blue polo is heading our way. Are you going to get to see him?
This invitation was created as part of a project during my postgraduate at Humber College. I was meant to design an appealing christmas-themed invitation to a charitable giving keynote speech.
Not your Grandma’s scones. Dare I say it, traditional scones are terrible. My family has passed down a recipe through generations, each scone as dry and boring as the next (sorry, Grandma!).My Aunt, however, knew that scones should be lively and moist, like a shortcake. Single-handedly, she redeemed our family recipe and changed scones forever. Presenting the … Continue reading Scones reinvented: how to make scones that make people happy (recipe)
Having environmental integrity often means tedious daily responsibilities—researching respectable brands, sorting recyclables, avoiding plastics. You commit to the motto “reduce, reuse, recycle,” yet never see a measurable difference. Businesses feel an even greater drive towards environmentalism.