Design Portfolio

of Melissa Delzio, an independent designer in Portland, Oregon

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Marriott Travel Game

User Interface Design, Illustration

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Portland Mercado

Exhibit Design, Infographics

EcoTrust Future Economy

EcoTrust Future Economy

Editorial Illustration

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Take Part Infographic

Infographic, Illustration

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Uprooted Exhibit

Interactive Design, Exhibit Design

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The IPZ

Logo Design

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Redwood Hotel and Casino

Interactive Design

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OMSI: Roots of Wisdom

Exhibit Design, Logo Design

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Our Portland Story

Book Design, Creative Direction, Publishing

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Arciform

Branding, Advertising, Signage

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GOOD.is Interactive Infographic

Interactive Design, Illustration

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PSU Political Archives Website

Interactive Design

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OMSI: Renewable Energy Exhibit

Branding, Exhibit Design

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Typography Collection

Variety of Clients

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Logo Collection

Variety of clients

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Our Portland Story Summer Expo

Exhibit Design

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Album Cover

Illustration, Packaging Design

How to Sell Yourself as a Designer in Portland

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Congratulations! You moved to Portland to start your career as a graphic designer. You’ve just joined the ranks of the young, gifted and under-employed. Before you thrown in your organic cotton towel and head to the barista stand, try these foolproof tips to achieving creative success in the weirdest city…

Portland Design in the 1960s: Tom Lincoln

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“I had a crush on the Jantzen smile girl, Dolores Hawkins,” relates Tom Lincoln with a grin. “One of my first assignments was for Pendleton, to help direct the photography for an ad in front of Robinson’s Department Store in Los Angeles,” Tom recalled. “In the ad, we were using…

Portland Design in the 1960s: Byron Ferris

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If a council were formed to determine a list of the “Founding Fathers” of the Portland design community, Byron Ferris’s name would have to be near the top of that list. Sure, there were others who grew to be big-wigs in advertising, but you’d be hard pressed to find someone…