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I was almost hopeless in finding a web designer around here that actually does what they say! Cayman completed my project on time and had great results. He was very professional as well.
Rachel designed my wedding invitations! They were and are beautiful!
Although I didn't end up hiring any professionals for calligraphy via Thumbtack, as we decided to do something else...I couldn't help but think how ungrateful I would be if I didn't take the time to review J. Graham Lettering and Design. He was SO Professional and responsive. We spoke on the phone once and he was understanding of what I was wanted and helped paint a clear picture of what that would include. Although, I did not hire him, I follow his Instagram now just because he is so talented. His work is flawless. If I ever have needs in the future, I will 100% be reaching out to him. He is definitely the man for the job!!
She was the perfect person for our elopement wedding me and my husband had. We had talked to other photographer along with her but just the first phone call we had made us feel comfortable having her be there for our big day. She had a great personality and it was fun having to spend the afternoon with her and she always had a variety of poses for us to try, and kept the mood lively. Overall, a professional who does great work but also keeps it fun. I highly recommend Ms. Crawford!
We are an inspired, energetic, and creative media management specialist with superior design, communication and marketing skills. With a fresh perspective and innovative, out-of-the-box thinking, we use our skills to define and clarify your business.
My work is a one of a kind done with love and faith.
We make sites that are still being developed. We offer discounted website design. We also make SEO and logos. We cater to small businesses.
I am a photographer and graphic designer. I love to capture precious moments and nature shots. I am a people person and problem solver.
We are an award winning design team, working to give you a top of the line personal service at a reasonable costs. We view our clients as individuals -- our work is not a one size fits all. Our work is tailored to meet your needs.
We have more than 15 years of experience working with various Fortune 500 companies. We specialize in various work areas, such as the following: * Wireless engineering * Networking * Security * Computer repair * Photography * Graphic designing, etc. Please don't hesitate to contact us for any of your needs.
Our work is specific to our customers needs. Some companies might try to force a client into a design or structure, but we try to ensure that each client gets a design that is perfect for their needs.
I design logos for personal, business, religious, and commercial use. I also do residential and recreational drafting.
I am a recent BFA graduate and freelance graphic designer who offers an array of print work, including logos and identity/branding, packaging, stationery, posters, etc. Small budgets don't have to hold you back from an awesome product. I have won multiple design awards with my recent projects and will work just as hard on your everyday project needs.
I am a multi-discipline artist with over 15 years of experience in commercial graphic designing, photography, both academic and journalistic writing, stage sound and lighting production, landscape design and general horticulture, CAD design, 3D modeling, architectural design and rendering, web page design, and all aspects of print journalism production. The wide variety of experiences my background allows me to provide a wide variety of creative and artistic services for a wide variety of clients.
Education 1985-1987: completed bachelor's degree in graphic design at Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, LA. Specific areas of study include typography, layout, logo design and advertising campaign. 1982-1984: studied four semesters of commercial art at Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS. Completed courses in basic design, photography, fine arts and liberal arts. Capabilities Design concepts and problem-solving in visual communication. Skilled in coordinating imagery and verbal material to create unique, persuasive and marketable messages in advertising. Artistic abilities include logo design, creating animation, typographical treatments, layout, illustration, writing headlines and copywriting. Strong sense of spatial and color relationships, appropriation of design, and continuity in presentation. Experienced in Quark Xpress, Adobe CS4 Suite on Macintosh. skilled in all aspects of desktop publishing (scanning and altering graphics and photographs, adjusting formats, transferring files from email and the internet, importing files into page layout programs & outputting to various servers and printers). Work History June 2012 - present: Freelance graphic design: editorial design and production of The Man Mag, a Middle Tennessee publication for affluent men. Customer Service Advisor: Regal Auto Wash, involving sales and promotion of car care packages. Researching and archiving of digital images to be used in a catalog for Western Reflections, a decorative glass windows company. May 2011- June 2012: The Advertiser News - Spring Hill, TN. Graphic Artist. Responsible for editorial design and cover design for three local newspapers, as well as advertising design. Other responsibilities include the design of special sections, brochures and promotional material. June 1997 - May 2010: The Tennessean - Nashville, TN. Advertising Artist. Responsibilities include the design and production of advertisements and editorial content for print, online placement, special sections, promotional material and various events. Other duties involve coordinating and interfacing with sister publications within the company. Sept. 1994 - June 1997: freelance design for Saint Thomas Hospital and Bill Hudson & Associates - Nashville, TN, Adquick - Franklin, TN. Jobs include creating flow charts, designing brochures, posters, invitations and newspaper advertisements. May 1990 - Sept. 1994: Rome News-Tribune - Rome, GA. Assistant Art Director. Head of a three-person department primarily responsible for designing and writing copy for speculative newspaper advertisements. Other duties include designing covers for special sections and creating charts and graphics for editorial pieces. Recipient of 2nd place award in the annual Georgia Associated Press contest - graphics and illustration category.
My main interest is in illustration, but I have done a lot of work with advertising design and logo development. I have an AA in web design as well.
I strive to make my designs as unique as possible, while not over complicating it. Sometimes the best design answers aren't that far off.
I am a freelance graphic and web designer. I am also a freelance photographer and freelancer marketer. I do not do any website programming.
Eight reasons why you need a website: 1. Your competition has a website If you are in direct competition with another company that has a website, they have a clear advantage, particularly if they are effectively marketing their website. 2. You're open 24/7 A website will allow your organization or business to be open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. A lot of people surf the World Wide Web at night when most businesses are closed. However, if you have a website they can locate, you are just as good as open. Is your competition open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week? 3. Deliver significant information More than ever before, people are turning away from traditional ways of searching for information and looking online. Yellow pages, directories, and printed materials are being used less. 4. Improve customer confidence and corporate image With a professional website, your business will encourage customer confidence and will significantly enhance your overall image. 5. Small businesses have higher revenue According to the Small Business Administration (SBA), small businesses that have websites are averaging $1.07 million per year in sales more than small businesses not online. That equates to 39% higher revenue. 6. 175 million people That's a lot of people. Actually, it's the number of Americans that regularly use the internet. Of those, 43.7 million use broadband.¹ Worldwide internet usage is one billion. 7. Establish more customers According to the Small Business Administration, 50% of Internet sales come from new clients. Having a website will greatly boost your customer reach no matter what service or product being offered by your company. Want new customers? Get a website! 8. Not just local global Most small businesses are only able to market to their cities and surrounding areas. With a website, you can take your products, as well as services across the U.S. and around the world, if you prefer.
I became interested in what used to be called commercial art back in the mid '80s, when computers were beginning to be sold for personal and home use. I've always loved color, from deep rich mysterious hues and sultry jewel tones that tempt our senses to vibrant jump-off-the-page neon depending on my mood. Sometimes all of them in the same day. Color is definitely my passion. That's what attracted me to what's now known, instead of commercial art, as graphic design. While I can do various types of things business, products is what I design the most. If you need business cards, letterhead envelopes, party and wedding invitations, T-shirts, any trade show materials, flyers, brochures, any printed materials or even magazine, I would love to help you. If you tell me what you need, and if I can't make it happen, I have people who might. Let's talk, and let me share my talents and see how I can help you achieve your vision.