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Jessica, a white disabled woman, in a power wheelchair, sitting in front of her family bungalow. She has light skin, green eyes, and brown straight hair. Wearing a white t-shirt and jeans.
Brand mark for Mel Makes a Mess in beige against a dark grey faded photo of a mantle. Abstract symbol of a script style M, that connects to a thought bubble shape with looping lines.
Two models' legs bending to show the classic high top shoe in white and black. White shoe with a black back and laces. The outer design with the Universal Love sticker, surrounded by colourful drawings with black outlines. Including a heart, clouds, sun, a peace sign and leaves. Black shoe with a white back and laces. Showing the inner design, with the same artwork, but smaller without the sticker. Models are wearing bright yellow bee socks, and denim jeans. Every Human logo in a sans-serif uppercase font centered underneath.
White button, labelled our process, with a dark border and drop shadow. A help cursor hovers over it, in black with a white outline. Combining the mouse icon and a smaller question mark to the bottom right of the cursor.
Laptop with the landing page for Jessica's website. White header bar. J O, and skip nav link. Nav menu. About, Services, Perspective, Resources, Contact. Main section in two columns. Jessica Oddi. Pronounced Oh-dee. Disabled Designer. What does she do? Call to action button. Description for the image to the right. Edited aerial scene of a cappuccino mug, tablet and pen.
I'm a disabled designer, creative, freelancer, brat, person. Each word is listed on separate lines against a teal background.
Close up of the sleep walking card deck box and Jessica's art card. Disconnected. Non-Disabled Apathy. De-Centered Advocacy. Photo was edited in contrast and saturation.
Digital black and grey sketch of mom in her 20s. Sitting down looking off to the left.
Jess' initials in dark text centred against a light background. Surrounded by 11 dots in a circle. Text centred at the bottom reads "loading..."
This year's holiday card leaning against a taupe background. Edited to correct colour balance, contrast and lighting. Letterpress with dark gold text on a grey-green card stock.
Jess from the waist up in front of trees and grass. Sitting in her power wheelchair, smiling with her hand up to her face. She has light olive skin and brown straight hair. Wearing a short sleeve black collared shirt. The sun sets in the background.
Floating laptop screen and phone against a grey background. Showing the desktop and mobile website for Pop Up Street Patios Inc.
Outer text wrapped as a border with dots in each corner. Disabled opinions with @oddi.jessica. Center text bold and left aligned. No incentive. Just access. Against a warm grey colour background.
Two overlapping boards, a beige rectangle and a teal circle, against a teal background. Showcasing vector drawings.
Graphic with black text on white background that reads: “A virtual event. Creativity starts from within. Accessibility for a more innovative world. December 2 at 4PM PT / 7PM ET. RSVP at g.co/rsvp-csfw. Swipe to view the program."
Isometric flat toned vector art of a pop up street patio. Including three planter walls, a corner bench and entrance ramp. With a dissected partial roof canopy. Done in a monochromatic bluish-grey colour.
Ad graphic with hexagons and a tablet. Text outside the tablet. The Design + Accessibility Summit. November 16-19. Tablet screen showing the cover page for Jessica's presentation booklet.
Brand mark. Isometric patio railing floating over a rectangle. To represent the patio on top of a street parking space. Done in a minimal outline style. The patio has three rows of panels. All the lines match up and connect to make it a unified piece.