Vault Ledger

Notebook
 

Overview

As a collegiate vaulter, I ritually wrote down everything regarding my vault during a practice or competition. This included the pole I was jumping with, where I ran from on the runway, what height or drill I was attempting, and more.

The Challenge: Create a product that assists pole vaulters with the cumbersome task of keeping track of every mechanical detail of their vault.

The Solution: I went on to create Vault Ledger. A notebook for pole vaulters to maintain all these details in an easy and usable way.

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Graphic Designer

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Personal Project

Iconography

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Approach
The distance from the box one marks to indicate where they start running from.

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Pole
What pole is currently being used. This includes a length and a weight measurement.

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Grip
The position where a vaulter's top hand is holding on the pole.

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Standards
Standard placement allows one to adjust where the bar is in relation to the box where one plants the pole.

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Height/Drill
Indicates the height or drill being attempted.

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Take Off
The distance from the box one steps at when they jump off the ground.

The Table

The table allows vaulters to write in all the numbers of their vault. This includes all of the measurments listed above with an additional blank space. The design provides clear dividers to cleanly organize content. The custom icon set was created for visual interest and association with a specific column.

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Conversion Chart

The Vault Ledger provides a clean conversion chart for english–metric measurements, a common necessity for pole vaulters and other field event athletes.

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Splash Page

Designed and coded a splash page to promote the sale of the notebook.



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