National Forum on the Prevention of Cyber Sexual Abuse

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Meet the National Forum on the Prevention of Cyber Sexual Abuse (NFPCSA), a grant-funded project supported by the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and hosted by Tufts University. The NFPCSA aims to build a shared understanding of how digital violence is perpetrated and strategies for its prevention. The main purpose of this project was to bring visuals to the digital collection of writings found on their PubPub web page. Sexual abuse is a sensitive and triggering topic, so my goal for this design project was to keep the feeling of hopefulness alive. We often see ominous or violent imagery paired with sexual abuse; instead, I utilized bright-colored florals to signify hope and to invite people into the topic. The garden theme conveys messages that prevention starts at the roots and focuses on the growth and change that can happen.

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A mockup of the pubpub page in a tablet, macbook, and phone layout
A floral icon in orange and yellow
A floral icon in blue
A floral icon in pink
A floral icon in pink and yellow
A floral icon in pink
A floral icon in blue
A floral icon in yellow and green
A floral icon in pink
A floral icon in yellow and orange
A floral icon in yellow
A floral icon in blue and green
A floral icon in yellow and green
A floral icon in pink
A floral icon in pink
A floral icon in pink
A floral icon in blue
A floral icon in orange and green
A floral icon in pink
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The homepage of the pubpub with a banner image of abstract shapes in brand colorsA phone version of the homepage showing responsive design
A page of the pubpub showing the floral icons as publication headers
A large version of the logo flower in yelllowA large version of the logo flower in yelllow
After working with Erin on a federally funded grant program, I cannot recommend her highly enough. She quickly adapted to our team's dynamic and skillfully transformed our mission and tone into a graphic form that exceeded all expectations. In addition to her expertise in graphic design, Erin was a joy to work with. She collaborated in earnest, asked questions when clarification was needed, and reliably delivered beautiful products at or before established deadlines. If you need a talented graphic designer and natural collaborator, look no further. Erin's designs are the first things people comment on when they see our project!
Paige, Sr. Trust & Safety Policy Analyst

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