Jessica Meoni is a graduate student and in-house graphic designer in the Marketing & Communications Department at Marywood University in Scranton, Pennsylvania. With an eye for color, type, and marketing solutions, Jessica is effective and flexible in creating promotional designs. Her philosophy correlates the tangibility of analog practices such as developing film to modern-day practices such as utilizing Adobe Illustrator. Thus, her outlook relies heavily on learning traditional methods of design first before venturing into more digitized techniques. Primarily,... CONTINUE READING
Shaina is the co-founder and Chief Editor of Websoulz, a blog that offers posts about everything related to the web and designing world. Shaina is a freelance designer, writer and blogger. She has been writing articles and tutorials for the design community for seven years now. Working mainly in the fields of graphic and web design, her work extends to print and web, social media management, copywriting and creative tutorial writing for on and offline publications. She is secretly... CONTINUE READING
Marc Scoleri is the Co-Founder of Creative Village and CreativeInterns.com. CreativeInterns.com connects new and emerging talent with innovative employers; creating opportunities to gain experience through internships and entry-level employment. In addition, we assist employers in creating quality internship programs and host webinars, workshops and events that bring value to students, job seekers and employers. Creative Village produces interactive events in New York City that connect creative industry professionals and businesses with resources, talent and services. Marc focuses on building... CONTINUE READING
Nathan Weller is the Founder & CEO of Black Cat Digital Publishing. His company – aside from producing their own products and websites – provides top quality content for digital publishers across multiple platforms. Nathan’s love for design stems from his broader love for creativity and the art of communication. As a ferocious reader and avid storyteller, having a job that entailed telling stories (both true and fictional) wasn’t really an option, but an inescapable trajectory that began in... CONTINUE READING
Nick Musica has been designing, marketing and managing websites since 2000. He is currently a user experience professional living in the San Francisco Bay Area specializing in search engine optimization, usability and information architecture. He holds a Masters in Graphic Communication Management and Technology from New York University and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Monmouth University. He’s been a Certified Usability Analyst since 2007. In 2009, he co-authored When Search Meets Web Usability with Shari Thurow, which... CONTINUE READING
I first studied introductory Graphic Design whilst on an Art Foundation at Kingston in London, finishing the one year course with a distinction. I then made the move away from home to the capital of Scotland, Edinburgh where I enrolled on the 3 year, BA Graphic Design Course at Edinburgh College of Art. Throughout my time there I developed much as a designer, and by the time I had reached my middle year I was working with live clients,... CONTINUE READING
Dave Gorum is the creative director and co-founder of Carbonmade, an online portfolio service that helps creative folks show off their work. The idea came about over the 2005 Christmas holiday when Dave and his coding partner Jason Nelson set about solving the problem of managing the unwieldy monster that was Dave’s ever-growing portfolio. A week of hacking and the first version of the app was born. Slowly, the word got out and now Carbonmade is home to over... CONTINUE READING
Denise Bosler is a graphic designer, illustrator and professor of communication design at Kutztown University in Pennsylvania. A self-professed designastrator, she creates award-winning design and illustration work for a wide variety of clients. Denise has focused her design work on print collateral, product packaging and identity development in both print and digital projects. She is the author of Mastering Type: The Essential Guide to Typography for Print and Web Design. When Denise is out of her studio and not... CONTINUE READING
Ted Leonhardt, who cofounded the brand design firm The Leonhardt Group (TLG) in 1985, with his wife and partner Carolyn Leonhardt, sold the company in 1999, when it had reached $10 million in annual sales and a staff of 50. Clients included: Microsoft, Nissan, Charles Schwab, Nordstrom, Washington Mutual, Electronic Arts, Apple, XO Communications, Boeing and Weyerhaeuser. TLG became part of Cordiant Communications Group, in 2000. Ted and Carolyn moved to Europe where Ted served Cordiant’s design and branding... CONTINUE READING
David has more than 20 years experience providing conceptual direction for Fortune 500 companies and serves as a consultant to leaders and marketing executives of small and medium businesses. Langton Cherubino Group is a communications design firm, based in NYC, dedicated to improving the way that businesses and their audiences interact. Its visual, messaging, and interactive solutions provide the visual intelligence needed to inform and captivate and have served some of the best-known names in health care, finance, business... CONTINUE READING
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