Alynn Ramoie Graphic Design

Semantic Interpretation A typographic study to create meaning through the use of type. I interpreted the definition of the word bite and conveyed it using the letters of the word.

HSG Talents Conference Complete marketing program for Switzerland’s largest recruiting event including integrated design of brochures, book covers, logo, facebook and twitter pages, online banners, newspaper ads and large scale trade-show banners.

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Dada Cafe Identity System An identity system for the Dada Cafe, inspired by my study of the art movement Dada. This handmade system reflects the absurdity of Dada by embracing experimentation, chance and originality.

Junior Management Kaderseminar 22 Tage in 7 Modulen Training
Start: 21. April 2010

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Datum: Dauer: Seminarort: Preis: 1. – 3. September 2010 3 Tage Hotel Einstein, St.Gallen (CH) CHF 3'800.-

Die Leadership-Herausforderung
Als Führungskraft bewegen Sie sich andauernd in einem Spannungsfeld von anspruchsvollen Aufgaben, Veränderungsanforderungen und Handlungschancen. Dabei stellt sich immer wieder die Frage, wofür und wie Sie Ihre Kraft, die Energie Ihres Bereiches und die Potenziale des Unternehmens sowohl freisetzen als auch effektiv bündeln können. Hierzu ist Ihre LeadershipKompetenz gefragt. Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen am Institut für Führung und Personalmanagement der Universität St.Gallen belegen, dass Leadership mit Energie und Fokus einen massgeblich positiven Einfluss auf den Unternehmenserfolg hat. Doch wo können Sie als Führungskraft ansetzen, um diese Erkenntnis zu Gunsten des Unternehmens und zu Ihrem eigenen Wohl einzusetzen?

Dr. Bernd Vogel Lehrbeauftragter der Universität St. Gallen

Lernziele
Das neue St.Galler Leadership-Modell zeigt Ihnen praxiserprobte Techniken zur Stärkung Ihrer persönlichen Führungswirkung. Hierzu haben wir Konzepte entwickelt, die Energie und Fokus im Unternehmen konsequent verstärken. Das Seminar setzt dabei systematisch auf drei Ebenen an: Selbstmanagement von Führungskräften Am ersten Tag stellen wir Ihnen innovative Konzepte, Methoden und Werkzeuge vor, mit denen Sie zu mehr Willenskraft und Durchsetzungsvermögen gelangen und die Ihre persönliche Führungswirkung erhöhen. Führung von Teams Um im Markt gewappnet zu sein, gilt es, Wachstum und Innovation proaktiv zu fördern. Hierzu lernen und arbeiten Sie mit Konzepten für inspirierende und ergebnisorientierte Führung sowie für Leadership in Hochleistungsteams.

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University of St.Gallen Marketing Campaign The University of St.Gallen is one of the most prominent business Universities in Europe. Designed an integrated marketing campaign consisting of brochures, web sites, newspaper and online ads.

Das Seminar verfolgt einen besonderen methodischdidaktischen Ansatz: Sie arbeiten sowohl mit den Experten, die das neue St.Galler Leadership-Modell entwickelt, empirisch fundiert sowie in der Praxis umfassend angewendet haben, als auch mit erfahrenen Praxistrainern und ihren ebenso effektiven wie anwendungsorientierten Trainingsmethoden. In den drei Seminartagen wenden Sie die aktuellen wissenschaftlichen Erkenntnisse in Kombination mit praxiserprobten Methoden unmittelbar auf Ihre eigene Führungssituation an. So werden Sie, unterstützt durch eine systematische, individuelle Standortbestimmung und einen konkreten Massnahmenplan für Ihre Führungspraxis, Ihre Leadership-Kompetenz gezielt verbessern.

“Wirksame Ansätze zur Überwindung negativer Energien und zur Stärkung der inspierierenden Führung.”
Prof.Dr. Heike Bruch Professorin für Leadership

Entwicklung der Energie der Gesamtorganisation Der dritte Schwerpunkt zeigt, wie Sie mit der Energie des Unternehmens arbeiten können, um Hochleistung und Fitness der Organisation zu erzeugen.

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New Issues Poetry Book Cover and title page design for a New Issues Poetry book. To develop the design, I read the book and visually interpreted it’s themes with various mediums in a collage method. I then transferred my collages onto the computer to complete the cover design.

DATA Non-profit Magazine Ad Designed a magazine spread for the non-profit organization DATA, focusing on their concern for the challenges facing Africa’s developing nations.

one million

will die of aids.
Africa has some of the world’s poorest nations, with seventy percent of its people living on $2 a day and starving. This year at least one million young africans will die of malaria. Africa’s future is under threat, struggling with a triple crisis that keeps its people poor. Its nations are weak with the heavy burden of unpayable debt—money that should go to healthcare and education. The epidemic of aids is taking the lives of an entire generation. Unfair trade policies keep them from selling their products at world prices to overcome poverty. Africa is at a critical turning point. The crises could get far worse, or you can help. How we save Africa now is a test of our humanity, and our willingness to respond to the moral crisis of our time.

How will you respond? www.data.org

Finanzielle Führung & Controlling

Werte steigern. Risiken steuern.
Prof.Dr. Peter Leibfried
Professor für Auditing und Controlling

Finanzielle Führung ist eine der wichtigsten Aufgaben des Managements. Wer die modernen Instrumente beherrscht, trägt damit zum Unternehmenserfolg bei. Accounting, Controlling und Finance sind keine reine Zahlenakrobatik, sondern schaffen gezielt konkrete Werte für Kunden, Aktionäre und Mitarbeitende.

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FINANZIELLE FÜHRUNG & CONTROLLING
16 TAGE | 4 MODULE | START 5. MAI 2010

DAS FINANZ-ZERTIFIKAT FÜR NICHT-FINANZLER
• Gesamtrahmen der finanziellen Führung und Controlling-Verantwortung • Finanzielle Führung: Kennzahlen, Cash Flow, Liquiditäts-und Finanzplanung • Unternehmensbewertung und -finanzierung • Betriebliches Rechnungswesen: Controlling, Budgetierung, Wertschöpfungsanalyse

www.FinanzielleFührung.com Info: 071 224 23 69

University of St.Gallen Advertisements Designed a system of print and online ads for the University of St.Gallen, advertising across Europe’s most important media platforms.

Xiril Business Card Business card design for Swiss company Xiril AG, specialists in liquid robotics. Existing identity was enhanced through an updated design channeling the movement and sophistication of liquid robotics.

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Lirix³ Software Identity and Interface Designed the Lirix³ software identity and helped design the Lirix³ software interface. A long-term design project updating the look and usability of the new liquid robotics software for Swiss-based International firm Xiril, AG.

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Counterpoint Pilates Identity Identity system designed for Counterpoint Pilates Studio in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Created meaning using simple letter forms to reflect the movement and balance of pilates.

Type Primer Typography studies crafted by hand without the use of a computer. Basic letter form studies experimenting with gradation, rhythm and deconstruction were later translated into a book.

Sigma-Aldrich Marketing International sales concept for Fortune 500 chemical company Sigma-Aldrich, featured in Europe, US and Asian Markets. Included brochure, direct mail and tradeshow designs.

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Element Skateboards Women’s Apparel Created T-shirt designs for the women’s apparel division of element skateboards. T-shirts were sold online and in select stores around the world.

Kalamazoo Scene Publication Designed a monthly publication featuring various activities such as entertainment, food, shopping and art events in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

bronze appeal
art & all that jazz
5:00 P .M. - 7:00 P .M.
Great art, live music, and food! Several years ago, a writer for the Kalamazoo Gazette grasped for words to describe the figures in Kirk Newman’s sculpture People, which greets visitors at the KIA entrance. “Some are comic, ample, ridiculous, gangly, absurd, lumpy, buxom, and perhaps political. All are enigmatic, relaxed, appealing and bronze. ” And so it goes with Kirk Newman, who is nothing if not a fascinating paradox. His works emphasize movement and motion, yet are made from bronze, one of history’s most permanant, stable materials. The social commentary in these pieces is as timely as today’s headlines, yet Kirk’s remarkable career is now in its sixth decade. His figures have both provoked and pleased audiences for years, but he has done much more for our community than create this wonderful body of work. Since his arrival in Kalamazoo more than 50 years ago, Kirk has been a tireless proponent of the arts. As associate director for education at the KIA (1966-1978), he created programs that gave thousands of people the opportunity to create art. Kirk’s influence has brought in nationally acclaimed exhibitions and internationally known artists to the KIA. Kirk Newman’s retrospective provides us with some revealing new insights about him, his views on art, humanity, and is not a show to be missed.

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April 14, 2006
Kirk Newman: The Next Step Music: Northside Jazz Quartet

young artists of kalamazoo

May 12, 2006
Teatime: The Art of the Teapot Music: The Hummingbirds

March 25 - April 30
A delightful exhibition of art produced by students kindergarten through 8th grade.

June 9, 2006
KIA Permanant Collection Music: Kelly Jones and Friends

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kirk newman retrospective
April 1 - June 18
A 50 year evolution of Kirk Newman, an American sculptor who has explored the relationship between man and his world.

Since its beginning in 1924, the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts has offered a place for the enjoyment of the visual arts through exhibitions, lectures, special events and a permanent collection. The KIA aims to cultivate the creation and appreciation of the visual arts throughout the community. The museum’s 10 galleries showcase temporary exhibitions and portions of the KIA’s significant permanent collection. While the collection‘s emphasis is 20th century American painting and sculpture, it also includes an extensive European and American print collection, as well as collections of photography and ceramics.

permanent collection

kalamazoo institute of arts

Superb examples of American paintings, master prints, photographs, african masks and much more. The KIA’s permanant collection always makes for a great art experience.

teatime: the art of the teapot
May 13 - July 16
This KIA exhibit will celebrate the artistic and inventive form of the teapot by showcasing the work of over 100 ceramic artists.

highlighting a wide variety of artists
Kalamazoo may at first seem like a small town with a funny name that’s stuck between Chicago and Detroit, but it is in fact a city of over 250,000 residents, two large universities, and many writers and artists who have found a home with plenty of character and a supportive community. It’s not uncommon to go out on any given Friday night to the red-bricked Burdick Street in downtown—the world’s first outdoor mall—to find people trekking from one event to another in the city’s Art Hop. This monthly event that showcases local artists features various musical performances and visual art exhibits at the numerous galleries downtown and around the Kalamazoo area. Here is what you need to know if you plan on checking out the Art Hop this spring: Art Hops take place year-round on the first Friday of the month starting at 5:00 pm. Kalamazoo’s art galleries and businesses open up to highlight a wide variety of different artists. Many locations offer hors d’oeuvres and beverages. Visitors can hop from one exhibit to another and learn, enjoy and purchase art directly from the artists. It aims to celebrate artists and new art exhibits in the Kalamazoo area. The exhibits are open to the public, and are a fun and casual way to meet artists, visit with friends and enjoy a variety of artwork. Don’t forget to check out the website to get specific locations and times for the Art Hop each month.

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The Art Hop is a free event open to the public that lets you enjoy new art exhibits in a fun, casual atmosphere. Locations throughout downtown will showcase original art and allow visitors the opportunity to interact with the artists. In most cases, the artwork is for sale, and the artists are present to meet visitors. The Art Hop is coordinated by the Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo.

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Join your Kalamazoo community downtown for the Art Hop presented by the Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo. It is an opportunity to see some fantastic art, interact with the artists, and meet new friends. Art Hop Information Time: 5:00 P .M. - 9:00 P .M. Location: Various locations Phone: 269.342.5059 Check online for specific locations and times. www.kalamazooarts.org

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Influential Designer Timeline The life history of two influential graphic designers working in Zürich, Switzerland. Siegfried Odermatt and partner Rosemarie Tissi are well-known for their clear, yet dramatic use of typography and color.

Sigma-Aldrich Newsletters Designed newsletters in multiple languages and formats for a global audience while following the strict corporate guidelines of Sigma-Aldrich.

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HYDRANAL Product Line Overview Innovative Improvements to Karl Fischer Titration
Water content can affect product quality, texture, shelf life, chemical stability and reactivity. Karl Fischer titration is a universally accepted method for measuring water content in all types of substances, including chemicals, oils, pharmaceuticals and food. In 1979, researcher Eugen Scholz improved Karl Fischer titration by replacing noxious pyridine with imidazole. This innovation became the foundation of HYDRANAL, the world’s leading pyridine-free reagents for Karl Fischer titration. Since Dr. Scholz’s pioneering research and with a spirit of ongoing product improvement, Sigma-Aldrich has launched a wide range of Karl Fischer reagents for both volumetric and coulometric titrations for nearly all types of samples. Sigma-Aldrich is a pioneer in the supply of safe, reliable and easy-to-use pyridine-free Karl Fischer reagents.

Volumetric Titration with One-Component Reagents HYDRANAL-Composite
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Advantages of one-component titration • Unlimited range of water concentration • Convenient and easy to use • Long shelf life Composition HYDRANAL-Composite is a one-component reagent for volumetric Karl Fischer titration. It contains all the reactants including iodine, sulfur dioxide, and the bases imidazole and 2-methylimidazole, dissolved in diethyleneglycol monoethyl ether (DEGEE). Using 2-methylimidazole in addition to imidazole improves the stability and eliminates the formation of crystal which can interfere with titrators performance. This development is patent protected. Stability HYDRANAL-Composite is stabilized with DEGEE rather than 2-methoxyethanol (2-ME). DEGEE improves stability; the concentration loss is less than 5% per year.

Toxicity HYDRANAL-Composites are free of pyridine and 2-methoxyethanol. DEGEE is non-hazardous unlike 2-ME which is fetotoxic and teratogenic (see ECETOC Technical Report No. 17). Using HYDRANAL-Composite We recommend the following procedure for titrations with HYDRANAL-Composite (Figure 1): 1. 2. Fill the burette with HYDRANAL-Composite Add HYDRANAL-Methanol Rapid or HYDRANAL-Methanol dry or HYDRANALCompoSolver E into the titration vessel Titrate the working medium to dryness with HYDRANAL-Composite Add the sample Titrate the water content with HYDRANAL-Composite

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Figure 1 Volumetric onecomponent titration with HYDRANAL-Composite

HYDRANAL Product Line at a Glance
HYDRANAL-Composite HYDRANAL-Solvent/Titrant HYDRANAL-Coulomat HYDRANAL-Coulomat Oil HYDRANAL-Methanol Rapid HYDRANAL-K Types HYDRANAL-E Types HYDRANAL-Water Standards The most frequently used pyridine-free Karl Fischer reagent for one-component volumetric titration Volumetric titration with two-component reagents for higher accuracy and stability Coulometric titration for samples with low water contents Coulometric water determination in oils Contains accelerants that speed up the reaction compared to methanol alone Specially designed reagents for determining water in ketones and aldehydes Reduced toxicity over methanol-containing reagents for both volumetric and coulometric titrations Standards with a certified water content for titre determination, monitoring precision and accuracy and validation and inspection of Karl Fischer titrators

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Advantages of HYDRANAL Reagents • High speed titration • Stable end points • Accurate results • No unpleasant odor • Lower toxicity for increased safety and decreased environmental impact • Long shelf life • Wide applicability The Chemistry of Karl Fischer Titration The Karl Fischer technique for water determination is a titration reaction based on the Bunsen equation:
(1) ROH + SO2 + R’N [R’NH]SO3R (2) [R’NH]SO3R + H2O + I2 + 2R’N 2[R’NH]I + [R’NH]SO4R (R’N = base, ROH = alcohol, typically methanol)

How the Base Affects Reaction Kinetics The type of base (R’N) and its concentration affect the overall reaction rate. Traditionally, pyridine was used as the base. However, because of its weak basicity, pyridine cannot completely neutralize the alkyl-sulphurous acid intermediate. As a result, reaction (1) does not go to completion, the reaction is slow and the end point is not stable. Because of this lack of stability, the repeatability of the results is often very poor. In addition, pyridine has a noxious odor. Imidazole and 2-Methylimidazole as Alternatives to Pyridine Dr. Scholz and his research team sought to replace the pyridine with a stronger base with a higher affinity for the alkylsulfite. Imidazole was found to have all the benefits of pyridine, but without the noxious odor. As imidazole allows reaction (1) to go to completion, this is very rapid and the end point is very stable. Later on researchers at SigmaAldrich found that adding a second base, 2-methylimidazole, to the imidazole, enhances stability and reduces crystal formation.

Advantages of two-component titration • Higher titration speed • Greater accuracy for small amounts of water • Higher buffer capacity • Exact and stable concentration Composition With two-component reagents, the reactants are in two separate solutions: the solvent and the titrant. HYDRANAL-Solvent is a solution of sulfur dioxide and imidazole in methanol. HYDRANAL-Titrant contains a solution of iodine with a precisely defined concentration. Stability The titrants have a shelf life of three years, the solvents five years, as long as the bottles are unopened.

Toxicity Non-toxic HYDRANAL-E-Type Reagents based on ethanol rather than methanol allow safer Karl Fischer titrations. Using HYDRANAL-Solvent/Titrants We recommend the following procedure for the two-component titration technique (Figure 2): 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Fill the burette with HYDRANAL-Titrant (E) Add HYDRANAL-Solvent (E) to the titration vessel Titrate the titration vessel to dryness with HYDRANAL-Titrant (E) Add the sample Titrate the water content with HYDRANALTitrant (E)

HYDRANALSolvent (E)

Figure 2 Volumetric two-component titration with HYDRANALSolvent (E)/Titrant (E)

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Visiting Artist Poster A poster for Western Michigan University’s School of Art’s visiting artist program, announcing the arrival of artist Dejan Atanackovic, from Florence, Italy, Studio Art Centers International (SACI).

The University Theatre Logo Logo design for the University Theatre at Western Michigan University. This identity is the official logo of the University Theatre and is used on posters, brochures, mailers and other advertisements.

The University Theatre Marketing Campaign Designed an identity system for the University Theatre 2007—2008 season, including brochures, postcards, posters, programs and newspaper ads.

FUSE 1
AN INNOVATIVE NEW PERFORMANCE WORK

GILMORE THEATRE COMPLEX

MARCH
20, 21, 22 27, 28, 29 30 8:00 P.M. 8:00 P.M. 2:00 P.M.

FOR TICKET INFORMATION

269–387–6222
www.wmich.edu/theatre

Art Direction: Minja Sung, Photography and Design: Alynn Ramoie, Lauren French The Design Center, School of Art, Western Michigan University

Thank you, please contact me for more information or inquiries.

Alynn Ramoie

433 W 43rd St, Apt 2A New York, NY 10036, USA

+1 231 360 5108 alynnramoie@gmail.com

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