For many of my clients, I supply a range of graphic solutions, from business cards to T-shirts.
With one call, clients can get a wide range of quality designed graphic products, all consistent with their overall design and branding. Fast, efficient, and affordable.
This three-fold flyer was designed to mirror the design of the website that I created for Jonathan Pond's investment services website. The flyer contains sample client types, each of whom describes how Jonathan Pond's investment services work for them. I also wrote much of the copy for this flyer, which has been quite successful and has been reprinted a few times.
I have created logos for a number of web clients. They range from simple type-font treatments to more elaborate illustration style logos. Usually I will also supply related materials such as business cards and letterhead using their new logo, designed to coordinate with their new website.
It seems that one pre-digital artifact seems to be surviving well into the digital age: the card-stock business card. There are many options for business cards: single-sided or double-sided; vertical or horizontal; modern or traditional. For some clients I supply the design files and they order the cards. For others, I actually print the cards as needed.
From postcards to letter size flyers, I often create print materials for clients that mirror their websites. Clients can rely on me to follow the branding that I have created for them in other media.
The ubiquitous Powerpoint presentation lives on, and organizations often ask me to create a Powerpoint template that matches their website and general branding. I have worked with Powerpoint since the very first version and have a pretty solid understanding of how it works, plus a series of tricks that make presentations stand out.
Clients often need me to adapt the logos and graphics I have created for them to T-shirt designs. Printing on fabric has very different requirements from web or print work, and it is important to design T-shirts that can be printed properly.
Jonathan Pond asked me to redesign a book of his that had been created in-house. I designed a new cover concept that matched his website and added illustrations throughout the book. I then converted the book to an eBook for both Amazon Kindle and other e-reader devices.
I create quick, affordable graphics for my clients' email and blog posts. I use a variety of software programs to add life to simple graphics. The results are distinctive and original.