In 2019 we worked with The Wildlife Society at Texas Tech to create a professional identity that included a highly-recognizable and representative logo as well as a coordinated custom website design. Together these elements allow the student chapter to cohesively promote itself and further its impact and visibility.
Every last detail of the website for TTUTWS was designed and coded by hand, resulting in an extremely custom site tailored around both the aesthetic of the organization's logo as well as the welcoming, outgoing nature of the student members. The website features photo galleries, publication archives, interactive content, and also keeps the logo for the non-profit front and center with a fixed header.Launch Website
The logo created for The Wildlife Society at Texas Tech features both official university colors (in addition to others) and the unique visage of the Lesser Prairie Chicken. In terms of Texas, the Lesser Prairie Chicken is found only in the panhandle and for years has been a subject of departmental study and research. Four alternate versions of the logo - including single-color variations - were drafted in addition to the primary insignia. Rendered in vector format, the logo was built to serve any application. Conveyed master files were streamlined for quick color changes if ever needed or required.