Jeremy Clyde, who Alma does ongoing work with in the context of Chad and Jeremy, approached her in February of 2014 to work collaboratively on the graphic design of his solo album project. After a few rounds of conceptual art based on the name he’d chosen, The Bottom Drawer Sessions, Alma created a simple line art sketch. That sketch became the cornerstone of the entire graphics and marketing package, including album art.
Given the scope of the music project – Jeremy is simultaneously creating in-studio music videos and producing album tracks – Alma began to construct a robust and modern website, capitalizing on responsive design in HTML5 and CSS3 and providing a more immersive experience.
Alma selected a website design from a Creative Commons template, and heavily modified the appearance and structure to include several pages of multimedia, a shop, and extended album liner notes. Additional pages are planned to take advantage of social media tools.
Alma continues to be Website Administrator and Graphic Designer for the Bottom Drawer Sessions project, actively developing designs for marketing materials and other goods.-10-101