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Design is hardwired in me. I can't remember a time I wasn't involved with visual media of some kind. Formal training and years of experience have served to hone my professionalism.
I have been an independent designer for a long time, after having worked in a Washington DC studio specializing in corporate, publishing, and institutional accounts, and then holding the position of Art Director of the American Film Institute.
I attended Kutztown State College (now Kutztown University) in southeastern Pennsylvania. I further my education constantly with courses to expand my expertise.
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Working with great clients to create beautiful solutions.
No matter what platforms come along to streamline the web design process, it's always essential to understand what goes on under the hood,
I like frameworks for working in WordPress
As soon as you name one, another comes along!
I am doing a lot of book design. New portals for self-publishers have democratized publishing, but there's no escaping the absolute importance of a professional design.
Know your market, know the adjectives you want your audience to perceive about you, then be willing to let the pro do her job.
They have no idea what a professional designer can bring to a project! They don't know what they don't know. I call it "matching the wallpaper." They often get bogged down in some personal preference or idea of how it should look that has nothing to do with pitching the look of the job at the right level to hit the audience the way it should.
No. It depends entirely on the nature of the project.
I don't use software like this. Each proposal and each project gets direct attention.
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I design effective visual communications for corporate, institutional, public interest, publishing, and media clients. I create the graphic body language of your verbal message, to make your story come to life in a coherent, effective, beautiful form.
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