GRAPHIC DESIGN CONCEPTS
A life steeped in graphic design began in the late 80’s. I used to spend hours at a Kinko’s store in my hometown of Houston, TX making flyers for my band’s rock shows. There was a very analog approach to graphic design then. We had to cut things out by hand and create “paste-ups” just to make black and white flyers. Our design needs quickly moved on from flyers to products like t-shirts, posters, stickers, CD and 7″ record sleeves.
With time and technology, graphic design methods have changed, but the goal is still the same. Artwork created for graphic design products must speak to its intended audience in a clear and cohesive manner. There are no second chances to make an impression when promoting your brand.
I have design clients in multiple countries that can get updates and changes to their graphical assets in a matter of minutes. With a keen sense of time management and the ability to adapt to most styles, rates are competitive and flexible.