STUDENT PROJECT, 2015
By creating a small booklet that has the basics of sewing illustrated and explained inside, it's easy to quickly lookup and understand the process of stitching fabric together. The small size of the booklet makes it easy to carry in a handbag or keep in a desk drawer, and the bright color of the cover and inside pages makes it easy to find when you need to brush up on the directions before you make a quick fix.
The result is a short booklet that could be printed out and bound at home so that anyone can use it. Colors and typefaces were chosen to be easy to read quickly in the event that the sewing had to be done on the go by an everyday, working user.
Observational and hands-on research was done to understand fine movements and the most basic way to complete the task. Iterative drawings and illustration styles were explored to communicate these actions best.