Digital and print ready documents that align perfectly with your branding.
Send me the content and your style guide and get on with what you do best.
The art and process of designing typeset material, including choice of fonts (see also typeface personality), legibility, kerning, layout, and the use of white space.
I take your words and craft them into a visual spectacle, expertly amplifying both their message and your professionalism. A masterful marriage of brand and meaning.
Why work with me?
I've been taught how to use Illustrator and InDesign by the best. My design style is one that favours simplicity for an end result that is bold and uncomplicated: perfect for elegantly showcasing your content.
I'm also a human geography graduate with excellent visual sensibility. I've spent many years thinking about data and how to best present it. Your infographics and reports? They're in good hands.
I'm a native English speaker with university level language skills, formal training in functional grammar and business writing, and a thorough understanding of the Australian business context. And I offer complementary inhouse proofreading and copy editing for every project.
Let your creativity run wild and leave it to me to catch the typos, blitz homonyms, cut the fat, and get it all to flow logically from concept to concept. I'll turn your raw brilliance into engaging copy that elegantly communicates who you are and what you have to offer.
Benefits of copy editing
Consistency of language use and style.
Clean, concise copy that captivates and clearly communicates your message.
Well structured written communication can boost credibility and establish trust.
I am fresh eyes and a fresh perspective.
What I can design for you:
Professionally designed brochures to promote your business and outline your services.
Elegantly showcase who you are, what you stand for, and where you're going next.
Help your audience cut through the noise, engage with the data, and effectively communicate your key findings with infographics.
People find it easier to process and retain data that is presented visually. This is because our brains are wired to process visual information.
FACT: Visual information is processed in as little as 13 milliseconds.
Content is only as good as its presentation.
FACT: Visual design was the most important factor in a study exploring online credibility.
SOURCE: Stanford Persuasive Technology Lab.
Visual elements help online content perform better: they boost views and engagement.
FACT: Text with visuals will get almost twice as many views as text only content, and is 40 times more likely to be shared on social media.
You've spent days compiling your data.
Make sure it's read and understood.
Whether they tell a story, provide you with vital information, or guide you through the process of learning something new, books are universally treasured.