These designs were created with the Adobe creative software line (including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and PageMaker) as well as customer-supplied and free royalty-free images.
Web Ads, Art, and Banners: Various Clients
Many sites relied on advertising for revenue, directing people to places of interest, and highlighting themes.
Web Ads: Hudson Headwaters Health Network
These ads were part of the Adirondack Rural Health Network website in 2009, when Web Sights & More, LLC won an Outstanding Achievement Award for design in the Health/Nutrition Category from the Interactive Media Council, Inc.
Brochures/Flyers: Champlain Canal Tour Boats, LLC
Champlain Canal Tour Boats, LLC relied heavily upon yearly brochures and flyers.
Brochures ranged from simple, mostly-text versions to multi-photo product/service displays.
Expanding your business through networking wouldn't be complete without business cards.
Trudeau|Architects supplied calendars during the holiday to their clients and friends. I handled all of the research and design for this project.
These were recreated as a Christmas present using free clip art (from ClassroomClipart.com), adjusting images as necessary to ensure character consistency. The addition of extra large sewing thimbles colored with permanent markers as playing pieces, recreated spinners and movement cards, and added some dice... and the past came rushing back!
Product packaging labels came in all sizes and required attention to detail ranging from logos, ingredient lists, usage warnings, and UPC bar codes.
Your company logo is the core of a consistent corporate marketing package. A well-designed logo ties everything together, planting your company in the fertile minds of customers.
Just like sports, events (no matter how small) deserve all the attention they can get. A great logo embodies the spirit of the event, urging participants to attend.
Restaurants live and die by, among other things, their food. A menu displays the chef's range of dishes and inspires patrons to try something new.