Chicago Graphic Design

Chicago Graphic Designer

by editor |April 18, 2018 |0 Comments | Work |

Looking for a Graphic Designer with a strong portfolio of work in both print and digital mediums to work with your in-house marketing team in Chicago, IL. Utilizing skills in creating meaningful marketing materials that represent your internal and external Buildout brand. I am passionate, team-oriented, self-motivated and able to balance multiple projects in a fast paced environment.

Chicago Graphic Designer Skills:

  • Assists with creation of assets for both Brand and marketing objectives
  • Multi-faceted campaigns including e-mail creation and print/digital long format content pieces
  • Assists in digital asset creation
  • Maintaining Blogs, websites and some social media campaigns
  • Industry research on best practices and new trends

Chicago Graphic Designer Experience:

  • 20 years of professional experience
  • Strong portfolio of design work
  • Proficiency in Adobe CC Suite applications
  • CSS, HTML Expert
  • Comfort in print and digital mediums
  • Self-motivated
  • Ability to multi-task and prioritize
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Video editing, motion & animation skills
  • Email Marketing automation

About John Schuster:

A specialist in creative, marketing and digital design, John Schuster offers services to associations design agencies and non-profit organizations across the U.S. With 20 years of experience in graphic design and web development he seeks to create the best digital campaign for you.

Go Make $1

by editor |March 30, 2018 |0 Comments | Work

Freelancing Fundamentals

Uh… Nobody cares.

Nobody who might have been your client has lost sleep over your name, logo, website, or business cards. They really don’t care. They might have cared if you had offered to solve their problems, but you were more interested in being impressive than you were in asking the right questions.

The thought-provoking questions you ask are your positioning. The A-ha moments you create are your portfolio.

People will forget the color of your logo, but they will remember that you helped them unravel an annoying problem.

Or, if you’re a photographer, they’ll forget your domain name, and they will remember how your images made their products look desirable.

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