And… of course, we’re in the middle of Spring and I’m just now posting the Winter issue! But hey, better late than never right? I really loved how the home features and guides turned out. If you like what you see, check out shelleylai.com to see more of my work!
Breckenridge and Winter Park Come Together
As we all know, last year was just all over the place, so I held off on posting. Right before the pandemic, we published a dual sided issue featuring Breckenridge and Winter Park magazines. Here are a few layouts from it.
Fort Collins Winter 2018-19 Issue
I had a lot of fun with the home feature this issue, and really love how the cover turned out! Here’s a few layouts but you can always go here to see the whole issue online!
Colorado Gift Gear Guide!
I just finished the Winter 2018-19 issue of Breckenridge Magazine. Still having trouble deciding what to give someone who’s an adventurer? Check out the latest issue for some Coloradian gift ideas! Merry Christmas Everyone!
Saving room for dessert?
Then you’ll need to check out Ginger and Baker in Fort Collins. I got to work with amazing photographer Julia Vandenoever to shoot the cover and food feature for the Fall issue of Fort Collins Magazine and love how it turned out!
Latest Ft. Collins Magazine Designs
I can’t believe it’s been a year since my last post! Here’s my latest work for Ft. Collins Magazine. If you ever visit, be sure to grab a copy when you’re there or visit here to find out where to shop, eat and play!
Taking on Breckenridge Magazine
It’s been a year since I started working on Breckenridge Magazine, so yea… I think it’s about time to post some work from it. The major design change made is the cover. I’ve given it a more updated look. With some creative freedom, I also had some fun with the features. Here’s a few samples. To see more, please visit http://breckmag.com. And don’t forget to pick up a copy if you’re ever in the area!
Travel Feature Magazine Design
This is a feature layout I did for The Society Diaries, a high-end glossy magazine. When laying out a feature about a destination, I feel that the pictures should be the focus point and be able to speak for themselves. With this, the opener started with a two-page spread image with just the header and subhead. A few key words were highlighted in a complementary blue to make it a little more interesting than just keeping all the text white. Since the feature was about paradise in Hawaii, I felt it was important to keep the layout clean, simple and breathable. Ideally, I would’ve liked to have another spread just for the island photo shown on the second spread. It’s such a gorgeous photo and it encompasses the beautiful island of Hawaii. Overall, I’m really happy with how the feature turned out!