I have worked for a number of sectors from corporate to travel and everything in-between each with varying design needs and target audiences, which has also included advertising concepts, handling brand guidelines and working alongside marketing teams and editors providing options and needed route suggestions, doing so has allowed me to gain much transferrable knowledge from digital to print process and added to my versatility as a designer.
Past clients work ranges from posters, banners digital & print, brochures, annual reports, creative concepts, stationary, logo branding, editorial and more across print and digital. I enjoy versatility and new challenges this should be evident in my portfolio, so If its not shown visible then it is either confidential client work or I have not been given the brief as of yet.
To me design is a universal language in which I try to convey that message/theme, throughout my work whether for personal or client projects, through the use of colours, fonts, iconography, and structure allowing your work to be understood globally.
Choosing a freelancer can be a cost-effective way to get your design needs met, without blowing the budget. There are fewer overheads and agencies demands to deal with. In which you can get much more dedicated time and service to your project, and work in a more cohesive fashion whether in-house or externally.
Working with a freelancer you get the chance to work directly with the source that most agencies use for contracted work, this can be beneficial when it comes to quick turnarounds of work and applying quick amendments avoiding account handlers and excessive agency costs. As a freelancer we are more willing to work outside of traditional hours to achieve desired results for our clients, maintaining a healthy balance of creativity, customer satisfaction and an excellent piece of work for the portfolio.
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