I graduated from Auburn University in December 2017 with a BFA in Graphic Design and a minor in Marketing.
I enjoy staying active in AIGA, and am a member of the Atlanta chapter. I hope to one day live in Atlanta, but I am currently located in Birmingham, AL. I love art, coffee, science, and challenging “normal” views of the world and society.
I am a graphic designer who believes that design can change the world. Design is all around us, and shapes our world. Design and Marketing, when used effectively, not only has the chance to create powerful brands and businesses, but also change our very perceptions of the world we live in.
Black holes, and graphic design!
Paula Scher or Debbie Millman. They've done so much for graphic design, and have truly paved the way for women. They have changed the way I think about design, and continue to make work that helps me see the world in a different way.
The recipe for my favorite salsa. mmmm.
How to make scrambled eggs.
Jennifer’s CreativeMornings activity
Don't design for some mystical, cute, little old neighbor lady because that's the wrong frame. You're designing for a jazz musician, for a college professor, an airline pilot, for a soccer coach, a navy commander. Because to design, to delight, you need to design for emotional reality, which is the truth of who they are.
To design for seniors, we have to be looking in ourselves more. Design to that emotional truth. Design to that timeless you inside of you. You are not your meat suit. You are the vibrant, alive, breathing, loving, engaging, whole, thoughtful, hilarious, joyful you.
Busy Burr Designing For Seniors