Bryant Ju

Graphic Design


I’m a graphic designer, illustrator, and confident perfectionist based in Houston, Texas.

I help the people and community I work with make functional yet elegant brand identities that may involve heart-warming imagery.

When I’m not designing, you can find me being inspired by watching animated cartoons, thinking about how to improve my skincare routine, and sketching down doodles that long to be on paper.

Let’s dive headfirst into a project together. I promise I’ll only be shy for the first minute of our call.

With a background in studio art (Go ‘Nads and Hook ‘Em!) and a passion for communicating visual stories, I discovered that art asks questions whereas design answers them. Together, I believe that the balance between these two practices can create unique solutions for anyone who has an idea.

My work helps people better navigate spaces by bringing clarity and ideas to the forefront, devoid of any excess clutter. My designs are research-focused and thought-provoking, making people question why things are the way they are. How do I get people to slow down and care more, to be empathetic and mindful of the present?

With this practice, I hope to create designs that are sincere and make this world a better place.

© BRYANT JU 2020

The Texas Tribune Festival

The Texas Tribune

Design and Layout
Flyer and Ad Design
Social Media

The Texas Tribune
I worked with The Texas Tribune’s design team as a Digital Art Assistant to help create digital assets in preparation for their annual Texas Tribune Festival. I was tasked to edit in-house ads, flyers, program pamphlets, signage, and deliverables for a variety of events in part of their Texas Tribune Event series. All modified digital assets were to live on their digital and social media platforms.

While working with them a second time, I drafted flyer designs used in different marketing campaigns geared towards a variety of audiences. I also designed livestream displays, gave feedback during brainstorming logo sessions for editorial stories, and participated in weekly design meetings to discuss program layouts.