Graphic Design services include logos, brochures, business cards, web design, flyers, promotional materials and more. Also offered are vector illustrations and spot graphics for web and print. Copy and content writing, along with copy editing, is a service available for any project. Digital files are created using Adobe software. In depth knowledge of Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator ensure a high quality product. Familiarity with html, css, and js contribute to functional web design.
Product Photos are high quality digital files for web and devices, and also available at high resolution for print, with appropriate color profiles. In addition, photoshop sevices such as retouching, resizing, color correction, and special effects are available for any image provided or created for individual projects.
Branding for "Ukes Make You Happy" employed consistant themes for logo, web, and product presentation. In addition to stationery, labels, buttons, notecards, and other print materials, a collection of ukulele themed jewelry was created for enthusiastic musicians. In the works are embroidered gig bags, pillows, tshirts, hats and music books. The Ukes Make You Happy website includes fun and inspirational videos, as well as a collection of hand painted ukuleles. Visit the website here.
Illustrations for Oatmeal Studios humorous greeting cards were created with water colors and ink, retaining a hand made look and feel.
A Florida native, Roxy White moved to the northeast in 1978 to pursue a variety of endeavors. In Vermont she was an Art Director for an ad agency, Art Director for a greeting card company, and created her own company selling hand painted silk garments.
She made a career change in 1996 to become an assistant, then associate editor at Threads Magazine in Connecticut. In that role she not only edited articles, she had multiple bylines, traveled the US and Canada to interview authors, and took countless process photos for the magazine.
In 2009, Roxy created a cottage industry constructing, marketing, and selling hand painted ukuleles. This enterprise concluded in a return to Florida to be a caregiver to her aging parents.
Happily situated in her home town, Roxy has returned to the creative field as a freelance graphic designer.
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