design for print and advertising
Taking a creative concept and making it a visual
reality is what its all about. From annual reports and corporate
identities to catalogs and specification sheets to ad campaigns
and billboards, I create designs that deliver the message effectively.
Oh yeah, I can work with those nasty deadlines and budgets.
There's content and there's delivery. I'll give
you both for that interactive CD you've been meaning to get to for
how long? Demo a product, digitize a catalog, distribute a manual
or deliver a training session without anything but a plastic disk
in a jewel case. Isn't technology amazing!
It's hot. The Internet is all over the place and
so is your web site. If you need a fresh look, or it's getting to
be too complicated to manage, or you've been burned by the 17 year
old hacker who lost your site when he hooked his PC to his skateboard,
give me a call. Besides, it won't cost you anything to talk (Hey,
I'm not a lawyer)
Boxed, bagged, wrapped or formed, your products
must be displayed to their optimum visibility. And then there's
the nitty gritty details like ingredients, bar codes and EPA regulations.
All you need is a strong design with the ability to make everyone
happy . . . that's what I deliver.
I have a unique style that's especially suited
to industrial and technical kinds of illustrations. Line drawings,
schematics, diagrams and other ways to describe a process visually
can be both informative and attractive. As a matter of fact, I demand
You have 300 products to put in a catalog or on
your web site. You get a price from the photographer that doesn't
include film, processing, expenses, etc. and it's already twice
the budget. Oh, and you still have to scan those suckers in. Digital
Photography just might be the answer.
Some people call this retouching, but since it
is all done electronically, I don't. Simple scanning services to
creative digital montages can be yours. Take a look and let me know
if you see anything you like.
Wouldn't it be nice to find a writer who actually
understands your products? I make it a point to do this. After all,
how can you write about something you don't understand? (don't answer,
that's rhetorical since people do it every day.)