A computer and a word processing program won't make you a bestselling novelist. Layout software and clipart don't make you a professional designer either.
Talent, skills, and experience do.
Use the drop-down menu above right, or links in the list below, to view samples. Keep in mind that a single piece may contain more than one example: for instance, a design project often includes the creation of a logo or copywriting.
- publications: newspapers, magazines, newsletters, annual reports, books
- marketing: brochures, posters, flyers, product sheets, catalogs, menus, ads, press kits
- packaging/products: bottle and box labels, CD/DVD discs and cases, book covers, clothing
- identity: logos, stationery, Twitter backgrounds
Read Kate's article in Oz magazine on logo design
- environmental: signage, installations
- copy & content: advertising, press releases, feature articles and columns, proposals, scripts, web pages, proofreading
- web sites: creative and organizational consulting, content development, HTML and CSS coding (custom design or modify templates), image creation (backgrounds, buttons, rollovers, etc.), Flash-style animations
I don't do what I do to collect awards. I'd rather my clients (and their clients) — not some committee — praise the work. However, I have earned some recognition: