I am a freelance book cover and marketing designer, with a thorough knowledge of all aspects of publishing and the book trade. Why not create a package to sell your book including cover design, Facebook and twitter graphics. I can create eyecatching, imaginative covers whatever your project and budget. Contact me for a fast and friendly quote!
"Shona produces excellent covers quickly and is a pleasure to work with. Highly recommended." Humfrey Hunter, Silvertail Books
"We regularly use Shona for both artworking and original design work. She's great to work with - fast, creative and conscientious - and understands the publishing [and design] process inside out." Patrick Fox, Faber
"Shona can always get inside a new book and produce just the right cover image - a very rare talent! I wouldn't go anywhere else for my design work." Suzy Jenvey, Literary Agent
"Exceptional communication skills both visually and verbally.' Mark Swan, Art Director at Kid Ethic
"A highly organised and creative colleague." Noel Murphy, Sales and Marketing Director, Yale University Press
With ten years experience as a freelance designer in the book market, you can be safe in the knowledge I understand the publishing process and market inside out! As well as eyecatching imaginative book covers I also design all manner of marketing materials, including catalogues, brochures, postcards, twitter graphics, facebook banners and more!
As manager of a busy design studio, I gave key support to the Art Director and design team. I managed the workflow in and out of the dept., as well as a team of freelance designers. I commissioned illustrators, assessed portfolios and negotiated fees. I also managed a weekly cover design meeting and acted as liaison between creative team and various depts. I monitored costs, schedules and quality. As well as designing my own covers, I had creative input on all book cover design and marketing materials.
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