Did you know that people process images 60,000 times faster than they process text? The power of images comes from the fact that they affect us on an emotional as
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Running a business requires making tough choices about where to allocate your funds. With fixed expenses like payroll, advertising, and operating costs, hiring a professional graphic designer might at first
Do you speak graphic design? Like most professions, the graphic design industry has its own specialized vocabulary to describe the processes and products common to the field. The lingo may
Chris Dimensional Artist, Sculptor Chris brings his expertise in the commercial art/display industry to Illustrated Designs, Inc. as our 3-D artist and fabricator. Born in Atlantic City, Chris graduated
Karin Junior Designer Junior Designer Karin brings an enterprising spirit and a wealth of expertise in logo design, business cards, and social media graphics to Illustrated Designs, Inc. Coupling
Jay Senior Graphic Designer With over two decades of experience that span the transition from hand-drawn to digital design, Jay brings a clean and elegant aesthetic to his work as
Marissa Writer, Content Development As Illustrated Designs, Inc.’s copywriter, Marissa brings a love of words, and a passion for helping clients express their vision in a meaningful and authentic way.
Tracey Piechocki Owner, Account Coordinator As owner and account coordinator at Illustrated Designs, Inc., Tracey Piechocki continues to build on the rich heritage of the family business, honoring the expertise
Ed Piechocki Founder, Consultant Founder and Senior Design Consultant Ed Piechocki knew early on that design was his passion. Four years at Bucks County Technical School gave him a
Small caps, bold, italics, and a dizzying array of fonts—when it comes to typography, it’s easy to be dazzled by the options. For a design to be effective, though, the