The design activity works best when incorporating the thoughtful input of all involved parties, so I listen to you—what you want to get across to your reader—and interpret that into engaging designs. Your feedback is important, and I make sure we have mutual understanding all the way through the process.
At a glance:
• non-fiction: book covers & interiors;
• 20+ years professional experience;
• coordinating social media graphics, ads/mailers, promos, posters, logos;
• expert color advice;
• branding & marketing insights re your book as a product;
• 8000+ licensed fonts available;
• curious, logical, flexible, dedicated.
As one recent client said, "Thanks for putting together such an awesome cover design for our book. It's selling very well, and I'm sure the eye-catching cover is part of the successful formula. —Jeff"
I have an independent design business providing expert graphic design services and consultation directly to businesses, nonprofits, government, and as an extension of marketing and in-house teams. I specialize in long form design (reports, publications), marketing materials, identity and branding, and concept-based solutions (covers, infographics).
Senior Design Project: Taught publication design to undergrad seniors, culminating in a small brochure and a book, with an emphasis on concept development, articulation, design execution, and production.
Graphic Information Design I (Typography): Taught intensive overview of the history and principles of typography, idea conception and execution, and particulars of letterforms, layouts, and principles of design.
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