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Patricia Adams
Designer Stats
Rank: #30
Points Earned: 710
Member Level: Silver
Contracts Won: 217
Member Since: 2007
Jacksonville, FL 32216 USA

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Average Client Rating 4.8 / 5 Stars.

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3 Client Ratings. 3 of these ratings came from verified Design Quote clients. 100% (4 out of 4) DesignQuote clients recommend this designer.

Project: Logo design: solar energy power plants
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Comment: Patrica did a terrific job working with me to tailor a design and logo for business cards and letterhead. She made numerous changes at my request and presented several different ideas for consideration all along the way. She was excellent to work with and I would not hesitate to use her services again.


Rutherford, NJ    
Project: Software Business Logo and Branding
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Comment: Very professional designer with fast turnaround time.

from TBA
Dublin, IRL    
Web: http://www.bizisoftsolutions.com
Project: Game Retailer Logo Design
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Comment: Patricia met and exceeded every expectation I had for my design project. She worked quickly without sacrificing quality, and she went out of her way to make me feel like I was involved in the creative process. If you want stellar work from a true professional, she's the designer you want!

from Strigis Games
Eugene, OR    
Project: Sock Manufacturing Package Design
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from Woollow
Monessen, PA    

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Please tell us a bit about your background. How did you get started in design?

I have always been an artist and that creative flow has had many outlets through the years: Drawing, painting, writing, photography and then Graphic Design, which is the embodiment of all my skills and passions. It turned out that I loved the computer and I loved creating art on the computer: We were a true match.


How long have you been with your company?

I freelanced for 6 years as PA Graphics, then joined Beta Images 5 years ago. I love the company and I love the work we do. David Miller is an exceptionally creative web designer and between us we have well over 600 happy clients.


Are you self taught or did you attend school for your industry?

I received an AA degree in Graphic Design.


What web browser do you use?

Firefox


What social media do you use for work and play? Do you have a favorite?

I am a member of Linkedin and Facebook, both under Patricia Adams. Beta Images also has a Facebook page.


What is your favorite thing about the type of work you do?

There are two favorite things: I love brainstorming with a client and then creating their vision perfectly. I feel I am very intuitive with my clients and I always strive to give them their vision, not mine. I offer input and suggestions and ideas, but the final product is what they dreamed of---even if they were not sure of that when we started---it always ends up that way.

I also love taking information and creating wonderful brochures. Don't know why, I just do!


Who is your typical client at the moment and what types of projects are you working on?

For graphic design, my typical client is in the process of planning and creating a new business and the first outward manifesting step is to create an identity for the new company. That begins with a logo. A logo is totally necessary for a new company, they have to have someway to identify themselves as a business.

For web design, many of our clients are corporations or existing business who need a more modern, upgraded web site.


What advice would you give a client in order to prepare for a new project?

Be thinking about your target group, who we are creating the logo or other design work for. Consider that your logo my start on a web site, but it will be on a business card and down the road, who knows: t-shirts, hats, etc. The rest we brainstorm!


What is the most common problem you deal with when working with new clients who do not have much experience with working with designers?

I have had very few problems with new clients. Once the process is explained, then everything seems to flow. I have found that most of my clients, once we have mockups to work with, have a pretty clear vision of what they want at that point and the conclusion---a fabulous logo----generally comes pretty quickly.


Do you have a minimum budget for a new client?

My prices are based on a combination of the project and the budget of my client. I try to accommodate their budget, yet still receive a fair price for my work.


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