I’ve been a graphic designer for almost all my career.
Before becoming a freelancer I worked as the marketing department for a large(ish) multinational manufacturer where I designed and produced all the company’s print and web output.
You don’t need a list of things I did there1, just think of something such a company might need…. yep, done that.
If you you’d like digital (including presentations) or printed graphics that need smart thinking and clear presentation, get in touch.
I can also do your print buying.
I’m particularly interested in work with lots of type and anything that needs organisation and clarity. Also, I’m not frightened of other languages. 2
- But if you insist: adverts, flyers, brochures, catalogues, data sheets, instruction manuals, packaging, product fascias, logos, vehicle graphics, exhibition stands, banners, posters, presentations, video, video animations, photography, photo-retouching, website graphics, technical diagrams, merchandising, clothing, reports.
- I’ve worked as a graphic designer for a translation company. I’ve produced documents and/or websites in twelve of the top eighteen European languages, Chinese, Japanese and Thai. If you get in touch with me before you start your project I can manage the translating for you.