These tools were used to collect data on low income, low literate families about their nutrition and sometimes physical activity behaviors. Most of these tools included a companion instruction guide to help nutrition representatives administer this tool.
This was a constant project that happened throughout the 3 years I was working at UC Davis. I worked with my former design professor at UC Davis on the design, layout and photography of/in these tools as well as coordinating with Nutrition Education Specialists for their nutrition content and research results (to improve the clarity of future tools). I worked with the now defunct NoNeg commercial printer in Sacramento to select materials, finishing products, pricing, and file handling.
For the "On the Go: De Prisa" tool, I worked with a graduate student within our lab. This was her thesis project. This tool was built from the ground up in regards to design. I departed from the original design layout (1st photo) and created a collage for the front page comprised of elements that would be represented within the tool. Each page had pastel colors to lessen the distraction from the content. I was the main photographer and photo editor on this project.