The Design Work of J.D. Reeves
J.D. Reeves is an Oklahoma-based freelance graphic designer endeavoring toward clear and effective communication.
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Editorial Design

A piece on combating climate change.


A design based on the positive effect that spending time in nature has on your brain.


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Longreads

An article design for a Longreads piece about using conversation to break through to people with different political views. See it live here


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LONGREADS

A design for Longreads about how requesting documents via the Freedom of Information Act has become a bureaucratic nightmare. See it live here.


A piece celebrating the progress our nation has made in recent weeks.


UPWORTHY

A piece based on the lack of racial diversity in the Academy Awards.


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THE RINGER

An article design for a piece on The Ringer. See it live here


A design inspired by "The Big Meh" by Paul Krugman in which he asks whether the technological revolution has been overhyped.


A piece inspired by "Errors and Lies" by Paul Krugman in which he explores the error of the Iraq War.


A piece based on the worrisome things shown every night on our local news.  


A piece based on an article exploring the complex history of church segregation in America.


A piece based on an article exploring the complex history of church segregation in America.


EVERYTOWN

Postcard mailer design intended to send to governors encouraging them to veto any guns on campus bills that make it through the legislature.


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A piece based on an article suggesting a genetic component to people's ability to save money.


PATAGONIA + CREATIVE ACTION NETWORK

A campaign urging voters to vote for environment-friendly candidates in the midterm elections.


Based on an article asking whether we will master artificial intelligence or it will master us. 


Design based on an Op-Ed discussing the vast expanse between the middle class and the wealthiest .01% of Americans.


Design based on our obsession of weather apps in a time when weather is more unpredictable than ever.


EDITORIAL DESIGN

Some for real clients, some for school, some for practice.