Introducing Adobe Creative Resident Jessica Bellamy

Introducing Adobe Creative Resident Jessica Bellamy

Introducing Adobe Creative Resident Jessica Bellamy

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Sep 23, 2017

 

Today marks the celebration of Jessica Bellamy, our fifth Adobe Creative Residency talent hailing from the lovely Louisville, Kentucky. Bellamy specializes in infographic design by telling visual and personalized stories using data with a focus on driving social change. As a former PR professional myself, I personally appreciate this vertical within design as infographics are something I have heavily relied on to catch media’s attention with a story idea. Bellamy has a strong (and might we add altruistic) belief that good work deserves good design predominantly partnering with nonprofits and community groups to help create compelling materials that break down complex customer, service and policy information. During her year long residency thanks to Adobe,  Bellamy will be pursuing new approaches in her creative process and execution of her designs as well as encouraging the creative community to support and promote working with nonprofits. Peek our favorite visuals from Jessica Bellamy’s portfolio below and be sure to check out what it takes to join Adobe’s Creative Residency for 2018 here. 

 

Jessica Bellamy

Jessica Bellamy

As an Adobe Creative Resident, Jessica’s overall goal is to change the face of Communication Design. She’ll be tackling new approaches to her creative process, execution, and evaluation in order to develop a new method to provoke a cultural shift.

 

 

 

 

 

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MORE ABOUT ADOBE CREATIVE RESIDENT JESSICA BELLAMY

Jessica Bellamy graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Louisville (UofL) with degrees in Drawing (BFA), Graphic Design (BFA), Pan African Studies (BA), and a minor in Communication. As a former Neurodevelopmental Science research analyst at UofL and activist in Kentucky, Jessica created a business that combines grassroots community organizing, research, and information graphics. That business was GRIDS: The Grassroots Information Design Studio.

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Huggies: The World’s First Marathon for Babies

Turns out babies move around way more than anyone has ever realised. Studies suggest that once babies become mobile, they can cover anywhere between one and seven kilometers in a single day. Huggies® wanted to bring this fact to life and show moms that their moving babies need nappies designed specifically for the job. Think about it. You wouldn’t run a marathon in a pair of jeans, would you? Well, the same principle applies to diapers. And this is the logic that underpins The World’s First Baby Marathon.

Driven by real data collected by specially-designed, wearable distance-tracking devices, the campaign follows four ridiculously cute and decidedly amusing babies, as they crawl and toddle their way through twenty-one adult-length kilometers in the comfort of their own homes. The marathon plays out on the website (babymarathon.co.za) and their progress is packaged as four humorous, and sometimes rather dramatic, online episodes.

The result is a campaign that is part experiment, part product demo, part web series. The result is four babies wobbling bravely where no baby has wobbled before: The World’s First Marathon for Babies. Brought to you by Huggies®. Comfy gear for moving babies.

The World's First Baby Marathon Trailer

Video of The World's First Baby Marathon Trailer

The World's First Baby Marathon Episode 1: Ready, Set, Go!

Video of The World's First Baby Marathon Episode 1: Ready, Set, Go!

The World’s First Baby Marathon Episode 2: Hitting their stride

Video of The World’s First Baby Marathon Episode 2: Hitting their stride

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