Graphic Designer/Photographer in Madison, WI

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Welcome everyone to my graphic design page. I have been learning graphic design before I even knew what it was. I loved art and doodling when I was very young. Like photography I love creating, so it was another natural skill I picked up along the way. My photography skills paired with my skills in altering words, symbols, and images form my a great design skill. I enjoy creating visual representations that conveys a certain idea or message. So, naturally graphic design was the way to go for my college major. I am skilled in Visual Ideation/Creativity, Typography, Design Software (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver, etc.), Multimedia Design Software (Acrobat, etc.), Color Theory, Web Design/Basic HTML & CSS, Layout/Conversion Optimization, Print Design, and more. I have also picked up a few other online skills, which I enjoy working on, such as: web design, various coding, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), and Search Engine Marketing (SEM). I have also learned a lot about marketing and business from my degree as graphic design. At UIU the degree has many different components that make up a Graphic Design Degree. It includes; Marketing, Photography, Multimedia, Arts, Web Design, Creative Direction, and Industrial/Product Design. So if you are interested in seeing some of my work this is my website with some of my more recent work. If you would like specific design examples or you have questions feel free to contact me on my contact page. As I mentioned above, I have a Bachelors in graphic Design from UIU. Graphic design and photography are my biggest passions. I will use these passions to create whatever it is that you need for your business. I have a wide variety of graphic design skills that I combine with a wide knowledge of designing software which means I can design all sorts of stuff for your business.

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