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The University of Central Missouri's Missouri Innovation Campus in Lee's Summit, Missouri was rarely featured in The Muleskinner due to it being a satellite campus located about 40 minutes away from the main campus. Despite that, the MIC is home to excellent programs for those in the Kansas City metropolitan area — all housed in a large yet beautiful, purpose-built building.
For The Muleskinner's March 7, 2019 print issue, we featured the MIC and its programs. The issue's design reflected the MIC theme. My design for the MIC issue called for the color schemes to match the color schemes used in the MIC building. I also suggested abandoning the traditional sections of the paper (news, opinion, sports, etc.) to categorize stories by the different areas in the building (general/admin, health, technology, etc.) to match the color schemes.
This issue was in full color. I modified the flag to match the color scheme, placing it in front of a full-page picture of the building at sunrise.
This issue, as with all other issues of The Muleskinner, was assembled in Adobe InDesign, using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop for graphics. The print product was printed by the Sedalia Democrat in Sedalia, Missouri, while the online issue was hosted by Issuu.
The history of the campus newspaper for the University of Central Missouri stretches back almost as far as the history of the University itself. First known as “The Normal Student” then “The Student,” it wasn’t known as “The Muleskinner” until October 1972.
Because Homecoming 2018's theme was "Once A Mule, Always A Mule," we decided to mimic the design of the original October 13, 1972 Muleskinner with a special edition throw-back issue. The design was originally applied to the entire issue, but was later scaled back just to the front page.
The issue was assembled in Adobe InDesign, with Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop for graphics. EJ Henderson designed the throwback flag, inspired by the original 1972 flag. The print product was printed by the Sedalia Democrat in Sedalia, Missouri, and the online issue was hosted by Issuu.
I designed some of the advertisements featured in this issue, as well. I designed the "Winky's" ad (pg. 5), the JB Grace ad (pg.14), the Clinical Research of the Ozarks ad (pg. 17), the United Rentals ad (pg. 19) and the ProCuts ad (pg. 21.) All advertisements were designed in either Adobe InDesign or Illustrator.
Each year in Boonville, Missouri, area churches and the CCBC, Inc. team up to host the Emancipation Proclamation Celebration. The celebration commemorates the freeing of slaves after Former President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863. Celebrated on the first weekend of August, the celebration draws people from all across the country.
In 2015, the CCBC and I worked together to produce program booklets for the festivities. Area advertisers purchased ad space in the booklets. Information about events were published in the book, along with QR codes to quickly access online information and maps.
The only advertisement I did not design in the booklet was Isle of Capri ad. All other advertisements were designed using Pixelmator. Page layout was done in Pages for macOS. Printing was done by Columbia Printing of Columbia, Missouri.
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