GTTSi needed a newsletter that that anyone if the office could edit. I created a customized template in MS Word, User Instructions, and two large libraries of photos to be used in the newsletters. Sid Crouch, the client was happy with the results
Entries for the American Lung Cancer Wig Program in NYC on June 1st.
Graphic design requires both left and right brain thinking, at least for me.
With several design packages, front-end programming languages, history and current information about design, marketing, branding, and more I am constantly learning. Now I am enrolled in a two year program which is called a Masters of Web Design Certificate program, www.sessions.edu.
Sessions holds contests for pro bono work. I illustrated the wigs and created the logo for this entry. I hope to be of service to all those in need in NYC.
I just got the call that I have a happy client. Marty Yigdall of Upstate Printing used my graphic services for an engineering client, GAP. GAP helps expatriates relocate automotive businesses in the upstate. I created a folder for information to help sell their services to Europeans. Drawing on branding experience at Siemens and closely listening to the needs of the clients, I created a product he was happy with. I saved this client money by knowing where to find appropriate images.