Hey there! I’m Alysha Ross,
a Visual and Interaction Designer.
My background in design pairs well with my skills in illustration, web development, understanding of object orientated coding languages such as Python and 3D modelling. I've worked on many projects varying from game design, digital product design and branding. My designs focus on human-centered approaches, allowing me to empathize with my clients and create the best products, systems, or services for their needs. I love to explore the way people interact and play within digital and printed spaces to create powerful user experiences. When I'm not working, you’ll find me exploring the cool parts of Edmonton (mainly restaurants and the river valley), trying to learn new skills and coding languages or catching up on playing video games that I’ve had my eyes on. So, let’s chat and create a thing!
University of Alberta
Bachelor of Design
Visual Communications and Industrial Design
Artificial Intelligence in Medical Students Society (AIMSS)
Volunteer Graphic Designer
September 2021 - Present
University of Alberta:
The Community Student Engagement Group
Contract Graphic Designer
December 2021 - April 2022
Capital City Regiment
July 2018 - December 2020
Designed and illustrated web graphics for social media
Built official organization site through a website builder.
Took charge of printing posters, flyers and physical forms of advertisements.
Created new advertisements for student recruiting events (print and video).
In the process of updating their logo and creating a cohesive set of branding guidelines.
Collaborated alongside co-presidents and co-founders to determine the direction of designs.
Created flyers, social media graphics and ad’s to promote upcoming AI and science related events on campus.
Worked within the U of A brand visual system.
Created and presented initial concepts, sketches, research, and strategy to stakeholders and the Engagement group.
Designed a book featuring the 11 student works in a bound and digital formatted publication.
Collaborated alongside local printers to produce the final publication.