A love of design & real communication
My goal is to provide beautiful, purposeful and professional logo, print, website and digital design while offering incredible customer service and down-to-earth communication. With over 10 years' experience working in marketing, advertising and graphic design, my skills have been sharpened to adapt to a variety of industries and applications. I believe that clear and purposeful communication puts you far ahead of the rest.
I have a Bachelor of Science degree in graphic design and advertising and have worked with clients on many levels–from individuals to small-business owners to corporate executives–connecting one-on-one, exploring and understanding their needs, and creating something that speaks to them as well as their audiences. I work hard to find solutions that empower my clients with the knowledge and design they need to accomplish their specific goals.
A LITTLE MORE ABOUT ME
How I started:
I started Jodi Richey Design in 2008 after creating several logo designs for others in my off-hours while working as a designer and marketing specialist in the marketing and public relations office for a local, non-profit hospital. I eventually felt it was time to focus more specifically on design and take it to the next level. Having a love of the creative as long as I can remember, I find using design software an exciting outlet with the added satisfaction of helping others accomplish their specific goals. My background in the non-profit sector means I am adept at sticking to a budget and maximizing every dollar.
I enjoy being active outdoors cycling, camping, walking, and water and snow skiing. I also like sewing, crafting, Pinterest projects and watching movies. Family is important to me and I love spending time with them both in- and out-of-state. I grew up on a hard-working, mid-western family farm–spending hours maintaining machinery, harvesting wheat and milo, restoring old cars, and running around my local community. That same hard-working and responsible, do-it-yourself spirit continues today as my husband and I renovate our 100-year-old home while chasing after our busy two-year old. Read and follow our adventures at theunintendedarchitect.blogspot.com or on my social media outlets: