Jeanine is unflappable and never disappoints – I know I can always count on her professionalism and design sense. She is a true gem!
–Judith Helf, Director of Development, The Metropolitan Opera
What I Do
Need a Partner in Your Marketing Plan? From annual reports and appeal packages to collateral materials for your gala event, I can help to make it all happen. I will work directly with you to produce beautiful pieces that resonate with your audience. Designing content for the multiple channels, you’re...
How I Help
Need to strike a chord with your audience?
Whether you need a direct mail package or collateral materials for a gala event, I produce effective and attention-grabbing designs that will strike a chord with your audience. I deliver personalized service for every job – nothing is done with a “cookie cutter” – so your project will get my undivided attention. You’ll find that I can complete your project quickly and at a lower cost than large agencies and in-house graphics departments. If you want a designer with fanatical attention to detail, who is easy to work and collaborate with, contact me today. There’s no cost or obligation, of course. I’m even WBE certified from NYS.Read More
Recent Blog Posts
March 9, 2017 |
Over the past couple of years, Google started ranking “HTTPS” sites higher than regular “HTTP” sites in non-branded searches. Then in September, Google announced: “Beginning in January 2017 (Chrome 56), we’ll mark HTTP pages that collect passwords or credit cards as non-secure, as part of a long-term plan to mark ALL HTTP sites as non-secure.” What does this mean for you and your organization? It means the time is now to add “HTTPS” to your list of items to get done sooner than later. If someone searches for your organization by name it will still come out on top but if they search for non-branded keywords you will lose ranking on the top pages because you are not compliant....
October 3, 2016 |
I was re-reading an article on building accessible emails, it talked about designing smart emails so audiences of all abilities can read it, see the link to the whole article here. Coming from the print world originally, and having had a color blind boss, I had been mindful of color blindness and making sure there is enough variation in color and tones and to steer clear of green and red together. But other elements such as how a screen reader moves through the page of email content was really interesting. Here are some of the stats: “285 million people worldwide are considered to be visually impaired, with 19 million people in the US (or, 8.8% of the population over the...