Mass Conference for Women 2019

Screenshot of the center part of our Videowall display during one of their sponsor pieces

Screenshot of the center part of our Videowall display during one of their sponsor pieces

Screenshot #2 of the center part of our Videowall display during one of their sponsor pieces

Screenshot #2 of the center part of our Videowall display during one of their sponsor pieces

Mock-up screenshot of one of the event's Videowall pieces to help client get a clearer sense of what their content will look like live

Mock-up screenshot of one of the event's Videowall pieces to help client get a clearer sense of what their content will look like live

Mock-up screenshot #2 of one of the event's Videowall pieces to help client get a clearer sense of what their content will look like live

Mock-up screenshot #2 of one of the event's Videowall pieces to help client get a clearer sense of what their content will look like live

Mock-up screenshot of one of the event's Marquee display pieces

Mock-up screenshot of one of the event's Marquee display pieces

A selection of sponsor content designed to play on our Hi-rez bottom screens of the Marquee display structure

A selection of sponsor content designed to play on our Hi-rez bottom screens of the Marquee display structure

Full Welcome Piece created for the Marquee display

Full Welcome Piece created for the Videowall display

Mass Conference for Women 2019

I got to take the lead on this project after the Creative Producer of the Digital Media Team stepped down. I worked with one other team member on this project from start to finish. Carefully following the client's style guide and instructions, I was able to craft an initial design which I iterated on after some critiquing with my fellow designer. Afterwards, they were able to take my Videowall design (from my clean and organized file) and convert it for our Marquee display. The client ordered a total of 6 pieces: 3 on the Marquee and 3 on the Videowall. During this whole process, we laid out expectations with our client at the beginning and kept communications open to prevent last any minute re-designs. That being said, there were some small changes needed at the very last minute, but we stayed flexible for them and got those changes done on time.