Hello!

My name is Jennifer Mead.

I am a freelance graphic designer and marketing professional with over seven years of experience. I earned a Bachelors Degree in Graphic Design from the Southwest University of Visual Arts in 2011 and served on the Board of Directors for AIGA Arizona (the professional association for design). As principal of Jennifer Mead Creative, I specialize in consistent branding across multiple platforms. From web design to print, logos and beyond, I have refined my technical skills and design abilities to help my clients put their best image forward. I have received awards for my design work but am most proud of the glowing reviews from happy clients who value attention to detail and who have described my work as “creative and original” and “innovative”.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Graphic design can mean many things! Here are some examples of the types of projects I can help with:

Logos, business cards, posters, flyers, brochures, advertisements, catalogs, book covers, digital ads, social media graphics, email marketing, signage, websites, and more! If you have a specific request not mentioned here, just ask!

I provide customized estimates based a project's details (type of project, timeline, resources required, etc.) and require a 50% deposit before starting work on a project.

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Good design relies on good designer-client communication! Each project is different, but in general I view the design process as a collaboration between me, the designer, and you, the client.

First, I ask questions and listen to your needs for your project. After we agree on a plan for your project, I will present you with design solutions and refine to a final product that meets your needs.

Maybe! It depends on my current project schedule, and rush fees may apply in some cases. Contact me to check my availability.

Absolutely! I am happy to meet / talk with you and listen to where you are at and offer suggestions on where we can start.